Each state and local government has its own layer of complex, evolving labor legislation built with the intention to keep your teams and your businesses safe. But often when details in these workplace mandates get revised overnight it can be cumbersome to ensure your operations are remaining compliant.
Ina F. Young, Attorney-at-Law at Ogletree Deakins has gathered a comprehensive labor legislation roundup by state in order to keep you close to any issues that may impact your workforce as they progress.
State-by-State Labor Legislation Information
Health insurance is one of the most important benefits an employer can offer, regardless of size. Employer sponsored healthcare can be a make-or-break factor for both recruiting and retention, offering current and prospective employees a sense of security and a contingency plan if they should ever get sick.
To say that the last year has been a tough time for restaurants would be a massive understatement. The COVID-19 pandemic has hit no industry harder than the hospitality space, which has been on a grueling rollercoaster of lockdowns, reopenings, and more lockdowns.
Amid the pandemic, there was a lot written on business agility and the ability to pivot business models in reaction to the dynamic environment. The year 2020 certainly put the hospitality industry to the test.
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