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2022 Employment Law Updates (not all inclusive)

Employment laws and regulations are constantly changing. If you are not one to keep an eye on the Federal DOL and your State DOL, you may miss out on some important compliance updates. Failure to comply with labor laws can result in fines and penalties.


HR Synergy is constantly monitoring labor law changes and updates across the United States. We put forth our best efforts to make sure our clients are aware of these changes in the states they operate in and help them to understand what they may need to do to be compliant.


If you are unsure your company is compliant with all of the employment laws that apply to your business, give us a call!


Here is a condensed (not complete) list of a few of the Employment Law Changes in 2022.


Arizona Law Imposes New Workers’ Compensation Notice Requirements

California Revises Formula for Paid Family Leave and State Disability Insurance Benefits

California Requires Pay Range in Job Postings

Colorado Blocks Noncompete Agreements

Colorado Requires Contributions for Paid Family and Medical Leave on January 1

Connecticut Employers Must Provide Notice of Rights Under Family Medical Leave Law

D.C. Employers of Tipped Workers Must Conduct Sexual Harassment Training

D.C. Tip Credit Eliminated

Delaware Paid Family and Medical Leave Law Signed

Florida 2023 Minimum Wage

Maine Prohibits Hairstyle Discrimination

Maryland Legalizes Cannabis

Massachusetts Updates Paid Family and Medical Leave Contribution Rates

Massachusetts Prohibits Hairstyle Discrimination

Nevada Minimum Wage Increase July 1, 2024

New Hampshire Employment of Minors Law Changes

New Hampshire Failure to Consider Medical Cannabis as a Reasonable Accommodation and Employment Discrimination Liability

New Jersey Cannabis Regulatory Commission Issues Guidance for Workplaces

New York Home Care Aides Minimum Wage Increases

Washington Requires Pay Ranges in Job Postings

Washington: PFML Premium Rate Increases for 2023


Wondering if any of the 2022 Employment law changes apply to your organization? Let’s set up a free consultation to discuss how we can help!