From rising minimum wage rates to expanding domestic worker protections to new health benefits, here are 9 developments in household employment for 2020 that families with domestic help should know.
Across the country, states and cities enacted a number of laws – from minimum wage increases to paid family and medical leave to domestic worker protections – that had significant impacts on the household employment industry. Here are 11 of the biggest household employment compliance highlights from 2019.
From protecting employee medical privacy to domestic violence victim leave, several new employment laws will go into effect in New York at various points in the new year. Household employers will need to comply with these seven new laws.
Here’s what families need to know about the laws surrounding New York domestic employment when hiring or employing a nanny or other household workers.
New York’s new rules for paying home healthcare employees now requires that those employees be paid for all hours in a client’s home in a 24-hour period, including sleep and meal periods.