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New Multi-State Workplace Regulations Effective July 1, 2020! Employers Must Be Compliant or Risk Fines, Penalties, and Criminal Sanctions!

Course Description

Employment regulations change in January and July of each year consistent with changes in legislation. Many employment law firms indicate that January is when federal, state, and local regulations are implemented. However, research lately has shown that July is also now the new January for providing changes and new laws.

Training is the best method to keep track of workplace changes and how to create an effective risk management strategy. At this time over 35 states have workplace changes. It is critical to be informed since ignorance is no excuse for violations.

In this webinar, our speaker Margie Faulk will discuss a risk management strategic plan to reduce compliance violations.


  1. What Federal regulations are in place for 2020?
  2. What State regulations have been in place since January 1, 2020, and Employers were not aware?
  3. What regulations have been implemented in July 2020 & 2021 and in which states?
  4. What states have had the most changes in employment regulations?
  5. What are the regulations with the most fines?
  6. What regulations are the most consistent across all changes?
  7. What regulations must be added to Employee Handbooks or stand-alone policies to ensure workplace compliance?
  8. What Employee centric (employee-friendly) regulations are consistent with certain states?
  9. What Employer centric regulations are consistent across states?
  10. Learn how Employers and HR Professionals can prepare for the changes coming.
  11. What fines and penalties are at risk if multi-state regulations are violated?
  12. What regulations are tending:
    • Salary Ban restrictions
    • Ban the Box Restrictions
    • Classification restrictions
    • Paid Leave changes
    • Family Sick Leave
    • Minimum wage changes


Many regulatory agencies may provide a time period before they start auditing the changes in new regulations but Employers should not count on any extensions since they are not mandatory and can provide a false sense of security. Employers should make changes immediately when the regulations are in effect to avoid needless violations.

More changes in regulations were passed in July 2020 and more expected in 2021in different states and Employers must ensure they are ready to accommodate the regulations that have changed in those states.


  • All Employers
  • Business Owners
  • Company Leadership
  • Compliance professionals
  • Payroll Administrators
  • HR Professionals
  • Compliance Professionals
  • Managers/Supervisors
  • Employers in all industries
  • Small Business Owners
  • All Employers
  • Large Business Owners
  • Company Leadership
  • HR professionals