A sweeping new law that affects Colorado employers is set to take effect on January 1, 2024. Businesses in the Centennial State should be prepared to comply with this new law.
The EEOC issued the first enforcement guidance on workplace harassment in over two decades. It addresses issues relevant to workplace harassment such as sexual orientation and gender identity, remote/telework and social media, and contraception and abortion.
A new ruling from the National Labor Relations Board might require many employers to review and revise their employee handbooks.
The recently enacted Pregnant Workers Fairness Act seeks to eliminate pregnancy discrimination and support pregnant workers. It provides some new standards that employers should be aware of.
A new U.S. Supreme Court decision could have significant liability implications for organizations that do business in multiple states and they may need to consider ways to reduce liability.
The EEOC has released new guidance for employers on disability accommodations in the workplace, specific to visual impairments. The outlined process is similar for all disabilities, though the specific accommodations vary depending on the disability.
A recent ruling by the National Labor Relations Board makes it harder for organizations to demonstrate that their workers are independent contractors rather than employees.
Colorado’s legislature updates the Equal Pay for Equal Work Act to address ambiguities and discrepancies in compliance. This article updates employers on how to comply.
A recent ruling by the National Labor Relations Board changes how employers may discipline or fire workers for misconduct when they are protesting.
In Part 4 of this series, we will look at restrictions on political activities and on benefiting from nonprofits (private benefit and private inurement), and how to avoid getting into trouble with the IRS on those issues.