Pay transparency laws are popping up across the country. Household employers should be attentive to this trend as pay transparency may affect how they post their job openings and how they talk about pay and pay history during the hiring process. Here’s what families with household help need to know.
On the success of its Wage Theft Task Force, New York has launched a new hotline and announced plans to develop a state-of-the-art online wage theft reporting system to create more opportunities for workers to report wage theft and receive what they are owed.
It’s been a busy first half of the year in household employment compliance. Here’s what’s happened, what’s new, and what’s coming in 2022.
Household employees in New York gained new protections under the state’s Human Rights Law with New York City domestic workers extended additional rights under the city’s Human Rights Law. Here’s what families with household help need to know about their new responsibilities and to stay compliant with labor laws.
The start of the new year has seen changes to a few state paid sick leave programs. Household employers in Connecticut, Massachusetts, and New York should review these updates to ensure compliance with labor laws.