Florida employers should consider including this statement in their handbook to show their compliance with Florida's Ban on Texting While Driving Law, to promote driving safety, and to limit liability from accidents involving employees who are driving and using electronic devices for work-related purposes or while driving a company-owned vehicle.
New York employers that "monitor or otherwise intercept" their employees' telephone calls, email or internet access or usage by any electronic device or system should consider including this statement in their handbook to demonstrate their compliance with New York's Civil Rights Law.
All New York employers must include an airborne infectious disease prevention plan in their handbook if the employer maintains a handbook. New York employers can fulfill this legal requirement by completing and adding the New York State Department of Labor's Model Airborne Infectious Disease Exposure Prevention Plan as an addendum to their handbook.
Updated statement and guidance to reflect the Firearm Carry Act, effective September 1, 2021; and updated threshold and statement to reflect law allowing employees to store weapons in their locked vehicles on company property.
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