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Texas Data Privacy Law: 10 Things Businesses Need to Know

Soon, Texas will be the newest state with a comprehensive consumer data privacy law. The Texas Data Privacy and Security Act will take effect on July 1 and will require…

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Mid-Year Reminder: 2024 Laws Passed

At the start of the Mid-Year, we would like to remind you about the recent legislative changes that came into effect in 2024.  As your trusted partners, we provide a…

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Are You Ready For Senate Bill 553 (Sb 553)? A Workplace Violence Prevention Plan

Attention All Employers: Introducing VertiSource HR’s Comprehensive Workplace Violence Prevention Plan (WVPP) We’re excited to announce a significant milestone: Our meticulously crafted WVPP is now available! This essential document spans…

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New Pay Transparency Laws in Maryland and Washington D.C.

It seems the push for pay transparency isn’t going away, as Maryland and Washington, D.C., recently passed new pay transparency laws.  Maryland’s Pay Transparency Law Prior to this new law,…

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California’s Indoor Heat Illness Prevention Plan

For over a decade, California employers have been tasked to ensure their outdoor workers are protected from heat related injuries and illnesses.  Measures such as a written heat illness prevention…

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Avoid Getting Sued By The EEOC and File Your EEO-1 Reports

Federal workplace law officials sued 15 employers in 10 states because they failed to file their EEO-1 reports. These lawsuits were filed in states like New York and North Carolina,…

California’s Healthcare Minimum Wage Delay

Just a day prior to its implementation, California Governor Gavin Newsom delayed the state’shealthcare minimum wage bill (Senate Bill 525) to July 1 to better align the increase with the…

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What You Should Know About The Labor Department’s New Overtime Rule

A new lawsuit was filed recently that challenges the Labor Department’s overtime rule.  This new rule, expected to impact nearly 4 million workers, raises the salary threshold for “white-collar” exemptions…

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Landmark AI Discrimination Bill Just Passed by Colorado Lawmakers

On May 8, 2024, Colorado’s state legislature passed a bill imposing rules on the use of AI in businesses. Set to take effect in 2026, the law specifically targets the…

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June’s Visa Bulletin

The federal government publishes a list of dates each month to inform immigrant applicants when to expect notification from officials to collect and submit required documentation. An Overview of June…

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Services Offered at VertiSource HR

Since 2007, VertiSource HR has provided turn-key outsourcing solutions to help companies seamlessly and efficiently handle essential functions. These solutions enable companies to focus on their core operations while staying…

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The Secure Act 2.0

The Secure Act 2.0 contains several amendments that help improve the retirement system and the financial preparedness of Americans for retirement. The law continues earlier legislation that increased the age…

Key Takeaways for Employers Regarding New EEOC Harassment Guidance

Company policies, procedures, and training might need to be updated in light of the new Equal Employment Opportunity Commission’s guidance. For the first time in 30 years, guidance on workplace…

New Title IX Regulations: The Biggest Changes You’ll Need to Make in Your Institution

Recently, new Title IX regulations were released that make significant changes to how institutions respond to sexual harassment and discrimination.  These new regulations also mean that the 2020 changes that…

What to Do In Light of Banned Non-Compete Agreements

The federal government made a groundbreaking move by finalizing an official rule to ban all non-competition agreements between employers and employees. With this rule, you will be prohibited from entering…

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How Employers Can Prepare for New Federal Overtime Rule

With the new salary threshold from the US Department of Labor, millions of workers will soon be eligible for overtime pay. Starting July 1, 2024, the salary threshold will rise…

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Forced Lateral Job Transfers Can Potentially Support Discrimination Claims

According to a new SCOTUS decision, an employer’s decision to transfer an employee to a lateral job without affecting their pay may violate federal civil rights laws. Here’s what you…

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What to Know About Finalized Pregnancy Rule That Requires Employers to Accommodate Abortion

Finalized rules released by the EEOC will require employers to accommodate those who need time away from work or other modifications in their workplace for an abortion procedure or recovery.…

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The Impact of New “Right to Disconnect” California Bill 

California is examining legislation that would allow nearly all employees to disconnect from their employer during non-working hours. If passed, the bill would be the first in the United States. …

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An Overview and Action Plan for May’s Visa Bulletin

The federal government publishes a list of dates each month to inform immigrant applicants about when to expect notification from officials to collect and submit required documentation.  Overview of What’s…