Recently signed into law. the New Jersey Domestic Worker Bill of Rights provides a range of rights and employment protections for household employees including wage protections, anti-discrimination and anti-harassment rights, health and safety protections, and privacy rights.
Did you know that nearly half of U.S. states and dozen of cities and counties will boost their minimum wage rate at some point in 2024? Don’t get caught with a costly wage violation if your nanny’s pay rate slips below minimum wage.
The Chicago Paid Leave and Paid Sick and Safe Leave Ordinance will expand paid time off for workers in the city, including household employees, to 10 days of paid leave. It’s considered one of the most generous policies in the country. Here’s how household employers will need to comply.
It’s that time of year again for many minimum wage rates to increase. Now is a good time to check the hourly rate you’re paying a nanny, senior caregiver, or housekeeper and make sure it’s still compliant with the law.
Minnesota becomes the latest state to pass a paid sick and safe leave law that includes all employers – including families with household help.
Washington, D.C. has joined 10 states and two major cities in enacting domestic worker protections. The major components of the district’s Domestic Workers’ Bill of Rights include a requirement for work agreements in household employment and an extension of human rights as well as occupational health and safety protections for household employees.