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By Becki Haines, PHR, SHRM-CP on Wednesday, June 15, 2022
In the final of our two-part employment law series, several laws and violations were discussed. It is imperative that business owners and managers know and understand these laws and violations.
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President Joe Biden has signed dozens of executive orders preventing discrimination, enforcing worker health and safety requirements, providing guidance for minimizing the spread of COVID-19, raising the minimum wage, and speaking to reopening schools. It is important employers take the executive orders into consideration as penalties may occur if the organization is not in compliance with federal laws.
On Friday, March 12, 2021, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) initiated a national emphasis program (NEP) to ensure that workers in certain high-risk industries receive the necessary protections from Coronavirus Transmission while at work.
What will a change in the Presidential administration mean to employers?
This election cycle has been emotionally charged for both sides. Although there are still no concrete answers at the time of this post, we wanted to provide you with meaningful insight into what to expect in the event of a change in administration.
A recent survey has shown that businesses who had the backup of a PEO (Professional Employment Organization) fared far better than the odds would suggest.