Proposed state and local labor regulations are adding to already challenging federal rule compliance.

Managing compliance with federal labor laws is difficult enough for HR and payroll managers given constantly changing regulations and the ongoing list of pending legislation. Add individual state and local labor requirements to that mix and it’s no wonder that those responsible for maintaining compliance and processing payroll within their organization shake their heads and struggle to keep up.

If you are moving your organization to a new area or are kicking off operations in a locale where you haven’t done business before, it’s important to make sure you know what you’re getting into. There are six major employment areas that can easily trip up business leaders when their organizations venture into new locations or states. Read on to learn what you need to know about the labor laws in certain areas, how you can ensure your operation is following all labor law regulations, and how to make the right business decisions regarding your employees to ensure they’re accurately paid.

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