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Maryland HR and Employment Law

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  • Meal and Rest Breaks for Retail Employees Handbook Statement: Maryland

    Type:
    Employee Handbooks

    Maryland employers that maintain a retail establishment in Maryland with at least 50 or more retail employees or who own one or more retail establishments with franchises working with the same trade name and have at least 50 or more retail employees in Maryland for each working day in each of 20 or more calendar in the current or preceding year should consider including this model policy statement in their handbook.

  • About This State Supplement Handbook Statement: Maryland

    Type:
    Employee Handbooks

    Maryland employers seeking to explain how the handbook and supplement should be read together and that neither the handbook nor the supplement alter an employee's at-will status should consider including this model policy statement in their handbook.

  • Pregnancy Accommodation Handbook Statement: Maryland

    Type:
    Employee Handbooks

    Maryland employers with 15 or more employees for each working day in each of 20 or more calendar weeks in the current or preceding year are required to include this model policy statement in their handbook.

  • Deployment of Family Member in the Armed Services Handbook Statement: Maryland

    Type:
    Employee Handbooks

    Maryland employers with 50 or more employees seeking to advise employees about the availability of leave for service members' families and demonstrate compliance with Maryland law should consider including this model policy statement in their handbook.

  • Civil Air Patrol Leave Handbook Statement: Maryland

    Type:
    Employee Handbooks

    Maryland employers with 15 or more employees seeking to advise employees about the availability of leave for Civil Air Patrol missions and demonstrate their compliance with Maryland law should consider including this model policy statement in their handbook.

  • Time Off to Vote Handbook Statement: Maryland

    Type:
    Employee Handbooks

    Maryland employers seeking to advise employees about the availability of time off for voting and demonstrate compliance with Maryland's voting leave law should consider including this model policy statement in their handbook.

  • Jury Duty Leave Handbook Statement: Maryland

    Type:
    Employee Handbooks

    Maryland employers seeking to educate employees about the availability of leave to serve as a juror and demonstrate their compliance with Maryland's jury duty leave law should consider including this model policy statement in their handbook.

  • Crime Victim Leave Handbook Statement: Maryland

    Type:
    Employee Handbooks

    Maryland employers seeking to educate employees about the availability of leave for crime victims and demonstrate compliance with Maryland's crime victim leave law should consider including this model policy statement in their handbook.

  • Emergency Responder Leave Handbook Statement: Maryland

    Type:
    Employee Handbooks

    Maryland employers seeking to inform employees about the availability of leave to allow covered employees to respond to certain emergencies and demonstrate compliance with Maryland's volunteer emergency workers leave law should consider including this model policy statement in their handbook.

  • Smoke-Free Workplace Handbook Statement: Maryland

    Type:
    Employee Handbooks

    Maryland employers with an enclosed workplace seeking to advise employees that smoking is prohibited in the workplace and demonstrate compliance with Maryland law should consider including this model policy statement in their handbook.

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