Austin, Texas, Earned Sick Time Ordinance has been temporarily postponed by a Texas court. In response, XpertHR has removed the two Austin handbook statements from the Coming Soon page and the Texas Handbook Table of Contents, pending final resolution of the matter.
Updated to reflect the removal of the paid sick leave employee handbook statements for Austin, Texas.
San Antonio has become the second major Texas city to pass a paid sick leave ordinance, but whether it ever takes effect is uncertain as a legal challenge is likely.
Enhanced to link users to the most comprehensive coverage of each law and to improve the organization and scope.
Enhanced to improve the comprehensiveness, organization and topics covered of state employment laws.
Austin joins nine states and several other municipalities that have enacted paid sick leave laws in recent years. It is the first in the South to do so, establishing a beachhead for potential expansion of this trend into other liberal-leaning cities and towns in an otherwise-conservative region.
A federal judge has blocked the EEOC from enforcing an Obama-era pronouncement in Texas that advised employers to use criminal background checks only when they are job-related or tied to legitimate business needs.
As mandated by the Texas Department of Insurance, covered employers must complete and file the Texas Employer Notice of No Coverage or Termination of Coverage, DWC005.
Updated to include the standard UIFSA interstate child support order compliance requirements.
A round-up of the comprehensive state coverage XpertHR offers to help Texas employers ensure they are compliant with state HR and employment laws.