The Oregon Workplace Fairness Act, which includes household employers, creates several requirements for employer policies related to harassment, including how and when those policies are distributed. It also prohibits certain clauses in confidentiality agreements.
Nannies, in-home senior caregivers, housekeepers, and other household employees in New Mexico will soon be protected by the state’s minimum wage standards and other wage protections.
If you have hired an employee to work in your home, you are considered an employer and your home is a workplace. That means you are subject to applicable labor laws that are designed to prevent discrimination in the workplace.
This guide shows states and cities with 2018 minimum wage increases.
The Nevada Domestic Workers’ Bill of Rights takes effect January 1, 2018, impacting all employers of nannies and other domestic employees in Nevada.