Updated to reflect Austin's ban the box ordinance and its conditional employment offer requirements, effective April 4, 2016.
Updated to reflect Austin's ban the box criminal history law affecting most private employers, effective April 4, 2016.
Austin will become the first Texas city to restrict the use of criminal history information by private employers in the hiring process. The ordinance will prohibit both criminal history inquiries and criminal background checks until after a covered employer makes a conditional job offer.
As recommended by the Texas Workforce Commission, every employer covered by the Texas child labor laws should post the Texas Child Labor Law Poster.
In-depth review of the spectrum of Texas employment law requirements HR must follow in respect to new hire paperwork.
Updated to reflect new limitations on claims for wrongful termination in violation of public policy as a result of Peine v. Hit Servs. L.P..
Updated policy and guidance to address the prohibition of employees openly carrying a weapon into the workplace, effective January 1, 2016.
In-depth review of the spectrum of Texas employment law requirements HR must follow in respect to involuntary terminations.
In-depth review of the spectrum of Texas employment law requirements HR must follow with respect to performance appraisals.
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