Legal Advice for Employer Requirements — 32 results
Written by attorney Vincent White, about 2 years ago.
New York Labor Law Section 206-c:An employer shall provide reasonable unpaid break time or permit an employee to usepaid break time or meal time each day to allow an employee to... more
Written by attorney Kenneth Chung, almost 5 years ago.
Effective January 1, 2005, California's new law, AB 1825, now requires employers with 50 or more employees to provide at least two hours of sexual harassment training to all supervisors.... more
Written by attorney J Ferrari, about 4 years ago.
Who is required to pay the prevailingwage?
Employers who are petitioning to get green cards for foreign workers are required to pay at least the prevailing wage for the position, if the... more
Written by attorney Kenneth Lavan, over 1 year ago.
To collect Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits when you suffer from ovarian cancer you must meet certain requirements. The following are general requirements set by the... more
Written by attorney Brenton D. Adams, over 2 years ago.
When you are disabled there are many benefits you can qualify for through the Social Security Administration (SSA). Once you have proven you are unable to perform substantial gainful... more
Written by attorney Amanda Deering, almost 4 years ago.
Under California Labor Code 3550, nearly all California employers must post a notice that includes the following:
The name of the employers current workers compensation carrier or,
Written by attorney Louis Barr, over 1 year ago.
Although the IRS has announced that it will delay the effective date of the pay-or-play provisions of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA also known as ObamaCare), until... more
Written by attorney Salvatore Curcuru, over 1 year ago.
An employer covered by the Fair Labor Standards Act must provide each of its employees (part-time and full-time) with a notice informing theemployees of their right to enroll in health... more
Written by attorney Gerald Lutkenhaus, over 2 years ago.
If you we're injured at work in Richmond, Virginia, you can handle the claim yourself. However, if your injury is significant, then you should consider retaining a Richmond Workers'... more
Written by attorney Russell Thomas, over 4 years ago.
New provisions added to the California Labor Code which will become effective in January 2011, will require employers with 15 or more employees to grant as much as 30 days paid leave within... more