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State Law Chart Builder

State Law Chart Builder

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State Law Chart Builder

Your Challenge: Keep your multi-site HR policies and practices compliant with differing and constantly changing state laws and regulations.

BLR’s Solution: The online management tool that instantly explains both HR’s rights and obligations to employees in 76 policy areas, for every state in the country.

Why:
State Law Chart Builder is the online information tool that saves hours of research for HR professionals and employers who have to comply with employment laws in more than one state.

Whatever the question you get from a front-line supervisor, a field office, an employee or another executive, you’ll find the answer in seconds. Clear side-by-side comparison charts tell you in one or two sentences what your policies and practices must contain to avoid the attention of state labor department watchdogs and aggressive plaintiff’s attorneys.

From Alabama to Wyoming, we’ve done the research on everything from family leave to disability accommodations to drug testing to meal and rest breaks. Over 75 areas of employee management are covered, giving you everything you need to make smart decisions and policy recommendations.

State Law Cart Builder

Get state-specific employment law answers in just a couple of easy steps!

State Law Cart Builder explains HR’s state law rights and obligations in over 75 areas of employee management, and in all 50 states, with just a few mouse clicks. It’s HR’s new online tool for maintaining legally safe and effective employment practices wherever you have a workforce.   

From pre-employment arrest and conviction inquiries to final paychecks, there’s a different state law or regulation for almost every aspect of the employer-employee relationship.

State law regulations

 

 

Step 1: For answers to how a state law or regulation affects your policies and procedures, just log on to State Law Chart Builder and choose from a menu of over 75 challenging areas:

 

 

Select your state(s)



Step 2: Then, select the states in which you need to know what your policies and practices must contain.

 

 

 

Your State Law Chart



Step 3: State Law Chart Builder instantly provides a side-by-side fast-read of exactly what’s required of HR under state law, what you can demand of employees and applicants, and what’s strictly forbidden. All so you don’t risk workplace conflict, expensive fines and penalties, even lawsuits.

 

State Law Cart Builder

State Law Chart Builder compares laws and regulations in every state under 75 of the most complicated and legally treacherous areas of employee management. Then, it presents simple, easy-reading summaries of what employers can and cannot do, so you can make better and more confident policy and practice decisions.

  • Affirmative Action
  • Arrests and Convictions
  • Background Checks
  • Benefits for Unmarried Partners
  • Breaks/Meal Periods
  • Cell Phone Use/Distracted Driving
  • Child Labor
  • Consumer Credit Reports and Driving Records
  • Deductions from Pay/Garnishment
  • Direct Deposit
  • Discrimination and Harassment
  • Drug and Alcohol Testing
  • Employee Records
  • Employee Training
  • Employment at Will
  • Family and Medical Leave
  • Final Paycheck
  • Identity Theft
  • Independent Contractors/Employee Classification
  • Immigration
  • Jury Duty/Witness Service Leave
  • Labor Organizing
  • Medical and Genetic Testing and Discrimination
  • Medical Marijuana
  • Medical Maternity: Discrimination, Leave, Benefits
  • Military Leave
  • Minimum Wage
  • New-Hire Reporting
  • Noncompete Agreements
  • Occupational Safety and Health
  • Off-Duty Conduct
  • Overtime
  • Payment of Commissions
  • Payout of Vacation/Sick Pay
  • Polygraph Testing
  • Posters/Notices
  • Pre-employment Inquiries
  • Privacy
  • Reductions in Force and WARN
  • References
  • Sick Leave and Other Paid Time Off
  • Small Necessities Leave
  • Smoking/Tobacco
  • Title VII Equivalents
  • Voting
  • Wage Payment
  • Weapons
  • Whistleblowing
  • Workers’ Compensation

 

Bonus state law resources:

  • State/Local Equal Employment Opportunity
  • Fair Employment Laws
  • Workers’ Compensation
  • Occupational Safety and Health
  • Health Insurance Continuation
  • Group Life Insurance
  • State Taxation of Benefits
  • Disability Insurance
  • Unemployment Comp Coverage, Exclusions, Tax Rates  & Benefits

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