KPA HR Newsletter — December 19, 2017

by Jill Schaefer on December 19, 2017

Happy Holidays!

We wish you a restorative holiday season! We value your business and take great pride in making compliance easier for you! For example, you can now access 18 new trainings through KPA’s HRDrive!

Top 2017 Employment Litigation Cases & The Lessons Learned — Read More

This year’s prominent cases revealed several insights and cautionary tales for employers. See what common themes emerged and how your organization can protect itself and foster a respectful workplace culture.

December 2017 Regulatory Updates — Read More

– EEO-1 Reporting Updates
– Beware: USCIS Form I-9 Scam
– OSHA Electronic Filing Deadline Nears

– Minimum Wage Increases in 18 states
DE: Pay History Inquiries Banned
NC: New Employment Poster
NV: Leave for Domestic Violence Victims
NYC: Sick Time Includes Safe Time
WA: Paid Sick Leave Takes Effect Soon

Ask the HR Expert — Get the Answer

Q: If we offer a full-time RN position to the current part-time RN and she doesn’t accept it, would we be able to lay her off and hire a full-time RN if we could justify enough full-time work?

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Jill SchaeferKPA HR Newsletter — December 19, 2017