June 2020 HR Updates
HR updates for June include general notifications in addition to specific information for the following states:

  • Arizona
  • Arizona Implements Enhanced COVID-19 Mitigation Measures
  • California
  • CDPH Provides Guidance for Employers Responding to COVID-19 Outbreaks
  • Governor Newsom and CDPH Issue New Face Mask Regulations
  • New California Workplace Safety Standards for Nighttime Agricultural Workers
  • Paid Family Leave Duration Increased Two Weeks
  • Summary of State Laws (Q1 & Q2 2020)
  • Colorado
  • Colorado Passes Law Requiring Employers to Provide Three Types of Paid Sick Leave
  • Summary of State Laws (Q1 & Q2 2020)
  • Connecticut
  • Summary of State Laws (Q1 & Q2 2020)
  • Florida
  • Florida Emergency Order Restricts Sale of Alcohol for On-site Consumption
  • Summary of State Laws (Q1 & Q2 2020)
  • Illinois (Chicago)
  • Chicago Enacts COVID-19 Anti-Retaliation Measures
  • Summary of State Laws (Q1 & Q2 2020)
  • Indiana
  • Summary of State Laws (Q1 & Q2 2020)
  • Iowa
  • Summary of State Laws (Q1 & Q2 2020)
  • Maine
  • Summary of State Laws (Q1 & Q2 2020)
  • Maryland
  • Maryland Employers with 50+ Employees Must Submit Sexual Harassment Survey by July 1
  • Summary of State Laws (Q1 & Q2 2020)
  • New Jersey
  • Summary of State Laws (Q1 & Q2 2020)
  • New Mexico
  • Summary of State Laws (Q1 & Q2 2020)
  • New York (New York City)
  • New Rules Adopted Clarifying the “Safety-Sensitive” Exception
  • Summary of State Laws (Q1 & Q2 2020)
  • Ohio
  • Summary of State Laws (Q1 & Q2 2020)
  • Oregon
  • Summary of State Laws (Q1 & Q2 2020)
  • Pennsylvania
  • Summary of State Laws (Q1 & Q2 2020)
  • South Dakota
  • Summary of State Laws (Q1 & Q2 2020)
  • Texas
  • Texas Restricts Sales of Alcohol on Site, Limits Restaurant Capacity, Closes Businesses Temporarily to Combat COVID-19
  • Summary of State Laws (Q1 & Q2 2020)
  • Utah
  • Summary of State Laws (Q1 & Q2 2020)
  • Virginia
  • Summary of State Laws (Q1 & Q2 2020)
  • Washington, D.C.
  • D.C. Paid Family Leave Available July 1, 2020

General notifications include Supreme Court Affirms LGBTQ+ Protection Against Discrimination, EEOC Denies the Use of Mandatory Antibody Tests for COVID-19, Nonimmigrant Visas Severely Restricted, and Remote I-9 Verification and E-Verify Temporary Policies Extended.

Sincerely,

Vensure Employer Services