2016 saw a number of new regulations being enacted. CRA works to make sure you know the current rules to remain compliant with the laws. Read on for information on Minimum Wage, Reasonable Accommodation Law for Pregnant Employees, New I-9 Form and elimination of Colorado Affirmation Form, and new Labor Law Posters.
With the new year underway, we remind you about amendments to OSHA’s recordkeeping regulations that became effective Jan. 1, 2017. The revised regulations require many employers to annually submit to OSHA certain electronic injury and illness data, which will then become publicly available. The new rule also includes anti-retaliation language that covers the entire scope of employer policies on the reporting of workplace injuries and illnesses.