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Updated to reflect Arizona's legalization of recreational marijuana, effective November 30, 2020.
Updated to reflect changes to reopening status and relevant resources in Colorado, Iowa, Pennsylvania and Washington.
Updated to reflect North Dakota face covering requirements, effective November 14, 2020.
Updated to reflect Nebraska's prohibition of the use of e-cigarettes in workplaces, effective November 14, 2020.
Updated to reflect Idaho's, Indiana's and South Dakota's ban on the use of handheld mobile devices while driving, effective July 1, 2020.
Updated to reflect an amendment to the Vermont Security Breach Notice Act, effective July 1, 2020.
Enhanced with links to applicable employee handbook statements and to streamline content pertaining to private sector employers.
Updated to reflect the ability of employees in West Virginia to store firearms in their vehicles on employer property, effective June 8, 2018.
This chart details legal requirements for employers regarding the recording of employee communications and video surveillance of employees.
Some states have their own occupational safety and health plans as approved by OSHA. This chart shows employers which states have their own plan.
State-by-state charts covering key employment law requirements by topic, including select municipal law requirements, with links to in-depth resources and “export-to-Excel” option.
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