Tennessee employers with 15 or more employees should consider including this statement in their handbook to educate employees about the availability of reasonable accommodations for medical needs arising from pregnancy, childbirth or related medical conditions and to demonstrate compliance with Tennessee law.
Numerous legislative changes take effect on or about July 1, affecting minimum wage rates, discrimination, workplace safety, paid leave and more. HR should take note of these legal developments and take appropriate steps to comply.
Virginia employers with five or more employees should include this statement in their handbook to educate employees about the availability of reasonable accommodations for pregnancy, childbirth and related medical conditions and to comply with a handbook policy requirement.
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