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OSHA Update OSHA proposes to give employers until Dec. 1 to electronically submit injury summaries — and will propose changing other parts of the rule

OSHA has published a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking in the June 28, 2017 Federal Register to extend the July 1 deadline for filing Form 300A for five months, until December 1, 2017. In addition to proposing the five-month delay, OSHA announced in the Notice that it intends to issue a separate proposal to reconsider, revise, or remove other provisions of the new injury and illness tracking rule.
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Senate Releases Health Care Proposal

This morning, Senate Republicans released their proposal to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act (ACA). Called the Better Care Reconciliation Act of 2017 (BCRA), the Senate proposal adopts H.R. 1628, the bill narrowly passed last month by the House of Representatives, but replaces all the text.
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ThinkHR’s Take Your Dog to Work Day Best Practices

Tomorrow, June 23, is Take Your Dog to Work Day. For some businesses, like ThinkHR, dogs are always welcome. On any given day, we have two to three pups under desks, in meetings, and sometimes scampering across conference room tables. Even though we’re accustomed to our furry friends, we’ve put extra thought and planning into tomorrow’s event to ensure it goes smoothly.
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Nevada Employment Law Update – June 2017

Domestic Workers’ Bill of Rights On June 12, 2017, Nevada Governor Brian Sandoval signed legislation (S.B. 232) creating the Domestic Workers’ Bill of Rights. The law provides for the mandatory...
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Oregon Employment Law Update – June 2017

Equal Pay Updates On June 1, 2017, Oregon Governor Kate Brown signed legislation (H.B. 2005) expanding pay equity protections by strengthening existing protections, disallowing employee or applicant’s salary history to...
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Texas Employment Law Update – June 2017

Benefits for Mental Health Conditions On June 14, 2017, Texas Governor Greg Abbott signed legislation (H.B. 10) requiring specific health benefit plans to provide benefits and coverage for mental health...
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