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Workplace Public Health Rights

Employers are required by law to post certain posters. Please review the Colorado laws and download any applicable posters: Colorado Automate the process of monitoring state regulations & delivering required forms to employees. Compliance Library ensures employers remain compliant with state-mandated notification and acknowledgement requirements,

Workers’ Comp

For more information regarding Workers Compensation requirements, when bills went into effect and fines for non-compliance, see state specific sites below. Pennsylvania Texas Automate the process of monitoring state regulations & delivering required forms to employees. Compliance Library ensures employers remain compliant with state-mandated notification

Wage Theft

The Wage Theft Prevention Act requires all employers to provide a “Notice of Hire Form” to employees. For more information regarding requirements, when bills went into effect and fines for non-compliance, see state specific sites below. California District of Columbia City of Seattle, WA City

Discrimination and Harassment

Legislation has been passed in these states to promote and maintain a work environment where persons are treated with dignity, decency and respect. For more information regarding requirements, when bills went into effect and fines for non-compliance, see state specific sites below. California Connecticut Delaware

Family Rights

The Medical and Family Leave (FMLA) Act and Family Rights Act (FRA) are often confused. The differences between the two acts include the following: FMLA allows you leave to care for an injured or ill service member who is a child, parent, spouse or other next of kin. FRA restricts

Gender Equity

Under the New Jersey Law and Discrimination Act any employer with 50 or more employees must post a notice of their freedom from gender inequity and bias in compensation, benefits or other terms and conditions. For more details see below: New Jersey Automate the process

Medical and Family Leave

The Medical & Family Leave Act authorizes eligible employees to take a certain amount of paid or unpaid job-protected leave during a certain period. While on leave, employees keep the same employer-paid health benefits they had while working. Eligible reasons and other details related to

Paid Sick Leave

Sick leave is paid time off from work that workers can use to stay home to address their health needs without losing pay. It differs from paid vacation time or time off work to deal with personal matters, because sick leave is intended for health-related