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All Items: Paid Family Leave

  • January 1, 2023: New Year Brings in 130+ New Compliance Requirements

    New federal, state and local employment laws will take effect on January 1, 2023, covering topics such as minimum wage, pay equity, employee leaves, payroll and more. Employers should review these developments and make any needed updates their policies and procedures.

  • California Employers: January 2023 Brings Host of New Employment Laws

    Many new state and local employment laws will take effect in California on January 1, covering topics such as minimum wage, pay equity, discrimination, workplace safety and more. California employers should review these developments and take steps now to ensure they are ready to comply.

  • Coronavirus (COVID-19): California Compliance Concerns

    With the coronavirus (COVID-19) affecting employers worldwide, XpertHR offers many tools and resources to help California employers ensure that their response to the coronavirus complies with applicable state and local laws.

  • Coronavirus (COVID-19): New York Compliance Concerns

    XpertHR offers many tools and resources to help New York employers ensure that their response to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak complies with applicable state and local laws.

  • July 2022 Brings 40+ New Employment Law Requirements

    Date:
    July 6, 2022

    New federal, state and local employment law requirements will take effect on July 1, covering topics such as minimum wage, employee leave, marijuana and more. Now is the time to review these developments and ensure your organization is ready to comply.

  • Countdown to January 1: New Year Rings in 100+ New Employment Laws

    Date:
    January 7, 2022

    New federal, state and local employment laws will take effect on January 1, 2022, covering topics such as minimum wage, discrimination, employee leaves, payroll and health care benefits. Employers should review these developments and make any needed updates to policies and procedures.

  • Childcare Issues Are HR Issues: Supporting Working Parents and Caregivers

    Date:
    October 25, 2021

    Working parents faced many challenges during the COVID-19 pandemic, and many employers responded by offering increased work flexibility. Employers seeking to do more to improve job satisfaction and retention for working parents should look beyond flexibility to add programs and benefits to support families into the future.

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Editor's Choice: HR guidance on handling paid family leave.