Does This Law Apply to My Organization in South Carolina?
Author: XpertHR Editorial Team
Below are some of the most significant employment-related South Carolina laws applying to private employers and which employers must comply with each law. Be aware that there are other laws an employer might need to follow that are not listed here.
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|Bone marrow donation leave law||Employers with 20 or more employees|
|Child labor laws||All employers|
|Crime victim leave law||All employers|
|Drug testing law||All employers|
|Emergency responder leave law||All employers|
|Health care continuation law||All employers|
|Job reference immunity law||All employers|
|Jury duty leave law||All employers|
|Military leave law||All employers|
|Payment of wages law||All employers (except the wage notice and pay statement provisions apply to employers with five or more employees)|
|Quarantine leave law||All employers|
|Safe driving laws||All employers|
|South Carolina Clean Indoor Air Act||Certain public indoor areas|
|South Carolina Human Affairs Law||Employers with 15 or more employees|
|South Carolina Illegal Immigration and Reform Act||All employers|
|South Carolina Occupational Safety and Health Act||All employers|
|Unemployment compensation law||Employers that pay at last $1,500 in wages in any calendar quarter|
|Workers' compensation law||Employers with four or more employees|