Change is one of the few constants of our industry. Below are some of the key provincial and federal regulatory highlights contractors performing work in
Click here to access the DOL’s Notice of Proposed Rulemaking on Worker Classification The U.S. Department of Labor posted a notice of proposed rulemaking for
OSHA published an Advanced Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (ANPRM) to revise its standards for occupational exposure to lead. While the original comment deadline was Aug.
Click here for a list of contractor license requirements by state Contractor licensing requirements vary by state, and in many cases, by local municipalities. For
The DOL issued guidance to help employers understand that FMLA leave can be used for a mental health condition. Qualifying employees of qualifying employers are entitled to take job-protected leave for their own serious mental health condition, or to care for a family member experiencing a serious mental health condition.
The CDC updated its interim public health recommendations for fully vaccinated individuals in an effort to slow the spread of COVID-19 variants, including the delta
Overview Shortly after issuing its COVID-19 Emergency Temporary Standard, which is only applicable to employers in the healthcare industry, OSHA also updated its Guidance on
The Department of Labor announced it is withdrawing the "Independent Contractor Status under the Fair Labor Standards Act" today (5/5). Source: The U.S. Department of
FCA legal counsel prepared a memo reviewing what signatory contractors need to know about the DOL's recently announced rule. Read on for more. Overview The
The guidance provides information on how construction workers can protect themselves, slow the spread of COVID-19 and more. Click here to access.