OSHA Enforcement Updates You Need to Know: A Weekend Roundup

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Federal regulations governing the workplace could be up for major changes in 2017. President Donald Trump and GOP members of Congress have made statements promising to cut back on many regulations, and many of the cuts would target workplace safety rules and Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) enforcement. Recent actions from members of Congress have suggested that Republican leaders will follow through on these promises. The U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) has stated, however, that they are continuing with ...

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What Will Donald Trump’s First 100 Days in Office Mean for Employers?: A Weekend Roundup

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President Donald Trump’s first 100 days will focus on several major policy issues, many of which will affect employers. A primary policy concern for the administration is the Affordable Care Act, which many employers have voiced concerns about. Congress is a slow-moving entity, but the first 100 days of a presidency are often highly influential on policy changes. Trump has said he would like to move quickly on these policy initiatives, and here’s what is most likely to be ...

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Are You Giving Employees Time Off For Voting?

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Texas Law Says Yes

You are either likely really excited for election season or really sick of it with no in between. Many of your employees will be interested in placing their vote for Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump, or vote in local elections come election day. Have you allotted time for them to be able to vote?

Texas currently does not have a medical leave law, but it does require employers to give employees time off for military service, jury duty, ...

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