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  • Payment of Wages: South Dakota

    Type:
    Employment Law Manual

    In-depth review of the spectrum of South Dakota employment law requirements HR must follow with respect to payment of wages.

  • Payment of Wages: Tennessee

    Type:
    Employment Law Manual

    Updated to reflect changed pay frequency and lag time requirements, effective May 11, 2017.

  • Payment of Wages: Mississippi

    Type:
    Employment Law Manual

    In-depth review of the spectrum of Mississippi employment law requirements HR must follow with respect to payment of wages.

  • Payment of Wages: Michigan

    Type:
    Employment Law Manual

    In-depth review of the spectrum of Michigan employment law requirements HR must follow with respect to payment of wages.

  • Payment of Wages: Louisiana

    Type:
    Employment Law Manual

    In-depth review of the spectrum of Louisiana employment law requirements HR must follow with respect to Payment of Wages

  • Payment of Wages: Hawaii

    Type:
    Employment Law Manual

    In-depth review of the spectrum of Hawaii employment law requirements HR must follow in respect to wage payment methods.

  • Payment of Wages: Iowa

    Type:
    Employment Law Manual

    In-depth review of the spectrum of Iowa employment law requirements HR must follow with respect to payment of wages.

  • Payment of Wages: Kansas

    Type:
    Employment Law Manual

    In-depth review of the spectrum of Kansas employment law requirements HR must follow with respect to Payment of Wages.

  • Separation from Employment Handbook Statement: California

    Type:
    Employee Handbooks

    California employers seeking to provide an overview of separation from employment, including classifications of the types of separation and recommended procedures, should consider including this model policy statement in their handbook.

  • Vacation/Paid Time Off (PTO) Handbook Statement: Illinois

    Type:
    Employee Handbooks

    Illinois employers that provide paid vacation or paid time off (PTO) are required by state law to pay employees for accrued but unused vacation days or PTO upon termination of employment and should consider including this model policy statement in their handbook.