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  • 2020 Washington Paid Family Medical Leave Program
    May 8, 2020 Bold Commerce Collaborator

    2020 Washington Paid Family Medical Leave Program

    The Paid Family and Medical Leave program is a state-run insurance benefit passed by the Legislature in 2017.Beginning in this year, 2020, it allows most employees to receive up to 12 weeks of paid leave for: Bonding after the birth...

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  • 2020 New Mexico State Minimum Wage Rates
    April 24, 2020 Bold Commerce Collaborator

    2020 New Mexico State Minimum Wage Rates

    Minimum Wage Beginning January 1, 2020, minimum wage rates across New Mexico will increase according to the following schedule: Albuquerque: $9.35 (January 1, 2020); Bernalillo County: $9.20 (January 1, 2020); Las Cruces: $10.25 (January 1, 2020); Santa Fe: $9.00 (January...

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  • 2020 Colorado State Minimum Wage Rate Change
    April 24, 2020 Bold Commerce Collaborator

    2020 Colorado State Minimum Wage Rate Change

    Colorado State Minimum Wage 2020 If an employee is covered by federal and Colorado state minimum wage laws, then the employer must pay the higher minimum wage. Federal minimum wage is currently $7.25 per hour, which is lower than the...

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  • AB 132: Nevada Bans Pre-Employment Screening for Marijuana
    April 22, 2020 Bold Commerce Collaborator

    AB 132: Nevada Bans Pre-Employment Screening for Marijuana

    AB 132: On Jan. 1, a Nevada law took effect prohibiting the denial of employment because of the presence of marijuana in a screening test taken by a prospective employee with certain exceptions; authorizing an employee to rebut the results of...

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  • HB 2341: Oregon Accommodations for Pregnancy Related Conditions
    April 21, 2020 Bold Commerce Collaborator

    HB 2341: Oregon Accommodations for Pregnancy Related Conditions

    HB 2341: The Oregon Legislature recently passed House Bill 2341 (2019) which provides additional employee protections related to pregnancy, childbirth or a related medical condition, including lactation.1 The law becomes effective January 1, 2020. Existing state law has long prohibited employers...

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  • AB 1223: Paid Leave for Living Organ Donors
    April 9, 2020 Bold Commerce Collaborator

    AB 1223: Paid Leave for Living Organ Donors

    AB 1223: Existing law, the Michelle Maykin Memorial Donation Protection Act, requires a private employer to permit an employee to take a leave of absence with pay, not exceeding 30 business days in a one-year period, for the purpose of...

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  • Overtime Requirements for California Agricultural Workers
    April 9, 2020 Bold Commerce Collaborator

    Overtime Requirements for California Agricultural Workers

    AB 1066: Agriculture employers subject to Wage Order 14 have new overtime requirements. For employers with more than 25 employees, overtime must be paid after 9 hours of a workday or 50 hours in a workweek (down from 9½ and 55 hours in...

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