With the New Year here, new laws, rules and regulations are now in effect that may impact your company’s business. While finalizing employee handbook revisions and preparing for the year ahead, employers should consider the following: State Minimum Wage Changes The federal minimum wage ($7.25/hour) has not changed in over a decade, but state and local laws […]
Updating The Company Employee Handbook Should Move to the Top of Every Company’s Year-End To Do List
As year-end approaches, companies, both large and small, are busy closing out 2023 and putting plans in place for 2024. A key priority that should not be neglected as you make preparations to close out an old year and start a new one is updating your employee handbook. An updated employee handbook can be an
Listen now to the newest episode of The Employment Law Counselor, Hosted by Jeff Stewart in collaboration with the Professional Liability Underwriting Society. Two new laws – the PUMP Act and the Pregnancy Worker Fairness Act – have recently been passed and put new requirements on employers. In this episode, host Jeff Stewart is joined
Laura Corvo returns to the podcast as she and host Jeff Stewart continue their conversation on the subject of effective employee handbooks. Check out more episodes of The Employment Law Counselor Podcast.
The traditional office environment is transforming. While necessity led to office employees performing their work remotely during the pandemic, long-standing perceptions of working in a traditional office setting have shifted, and many employees now highly desire or expect flexible working arrangements for themselves. These arrangements can come in the form of a fully remote work