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June 7, 2024

In Advance of July 1 Compliance Deadlines, Chicago Agency Posts Updated Guidance and Notices for the City’s Minimum Wages, Paid Leave, Fair Workweek Thresholds, and Required Notices

A Chicago agency recently posted updates to its website regarding minimum wage obligations, paid leave and paid sick and safe leave, new fair work week thresholds, and updated required labor notices.

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June 7, 2024

More Changes to Minnesota’s Employment Laws are Imminent

In recent years, Minnesota has enacted sweeping legislation impacting Minnesota employers at a break-neck pace. As the most recent legislative session came to a close, another set of new and supplemental laws was passed and quickly signed by Gov. Walz.

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June 7, 2024

Virginia’s 2024 Legislative Session Sees Few Employment Bills Passed and Record Vetoes

The 2024 session of the Virginia General Assembly has come to a close, and as with its 2023 session, which saw relatively little action with regard to employment legislation, there were relatively few employment-related bills enacted in 2024.

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June 5, 2024

Two Utah Laws Related to Religious Expression in the Workplace Take Effect

The Utah legislature wrapped up its seven-week legislative session on March 1, 2024. Among other measures, the legislature passed two laws now in effect related to religious expression in the workplace for both public and private employers.

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June 5, 2024

Minnesota Amends its Earned Sick and Safe Time Act and Paid Family Leave Law

The Minnesota legislature continues to be busy, amending and clarifying the sweeping paid sick and family leave laws it passed last year.

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May 23, 2024

Connecticut to Make All Private Employers Provide Paid Sick Leave by 2027

A new law will significantly expand Connecticut’s existing paid sick leave law by requiring that virtually all private employers in the state provide employees with paid sick leave no later than January 1, 2027.

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May 16, 2024

Colorado’s Landmark AI Legislation Would Create Significant Compliance Burden for Employers Using AI Tools

Colorado Senate Bill 24-205, landmark legislation that expressly creates statutory tort liability for AI algorithmic discrimination in the employment context, has passed both houses of the Colorado General Assembly, and is expected to be signed into law.

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May 13, 2024

New Guidance Permits Oregon Employers to Rescind Previously Protected Unpaid Family and Medical Leave Effective July 1, 2024

On May 8, 2024, the Oregon Bureau of Labor and Industries issued temporary and proposed rules to help employers navigate paid leave changes in the state.

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May 6, 2024

New Employment Legislation in Maryland: Essential Updates

The Maryland legislature addressed a wide array of labor and employment law topics this session.

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