Bringing weapons into the workplace added as a possible reason for worker discipline.
Substance use policies have been modified to cover vaping, e-cigarettes, cannabis and cannabis-containing products that are physically and mentally impairing.
Pastors may sign construction contracts up to $30,000.
A new section listing defined terms used in the Administrative Handbook has been added as Section 1.3.
The link was updated to the new page.
8.5.3 New template for a security guard contract.
Section 5.6.9 Pay Periods, Time Sheets and Attendance Reports has been updated with new non-exempt time sheets. A new guidance memorandum explaining the interplay between pay periods and pay dates has also been added. The guidance includes illustrations of how to determine bi-weekly and bi-monthly payrolls.
To assist locations in responding to issues that may arise when changing signatories on bank accounts or opening new accounts, the Office of Financial Services and the Office of Legal Counsel have prepared two memoranda. The memorandum entitled: Account Holder Information for Customer Due Diligence Requirements for Financial Institutions may be provided to bank staff for an explanation of the applicable rules. Locations should refer to the memorandum entitled: Frequently Asked Questions Regarding New Banking Regulations and Account Requirements for additional guidance.
Section 188.8.131.52 Non-Exempt Employees has been updated with new guidelines for paying flat or piece rates (including mandatory rest and meal breaks) and for correctly determining independent contractor status.
Section 184.108.40.206 has been updated to reflect the current process for terminating or changing employee benefits.