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The Growing Power of State and Local Workplace Regulations: Employer Compliance Trends, Part 2

During the past several years, state and local laws and ordinances affecting the workplace have grown. Recent legislative activity has continued to add to the growing patchwork of state and local employment laws, creating additional complexity and expense for employers.

The multitude of and variances between the state and local laws to which employers are being subjected could result in significant administrative burdens and costs, including tracking legal obligations and confusion on part of employees with regard to their specific rights. What should employers be looking out for in this challenging environment?

In Part 1 of our series, we discussed wage and hour matters (FLSA), the paid sick leave movement, pay equity laws and EEO-1 reporting, and the American Health Care Act. Join us on May 23rd at 11am or 3pm EST for Part 2, where you will learn about the challenges and the outlook of these top employment law trends:

  • Scheduling restrictions
  • State retirement plan mandates
  • State responses to U.S. Health Care Reform
  • Other state and local actions under the new administration

ADP remains at the forefront of helping employers understand the complex compliance, financial, and strategic issues surrounding workforce management. Tap into our expertise to ensure you’re in the best shape possible for future reporting and regulatory updates that may come about along the way.

Join us today!

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