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BILL S1817-2011: Requires notification of actions of perpetrator of crime in workplace to former employer or workplace
BILL S6045-2011: Enacts the "Unemployment Insurance Liability Act of 2012"
Enacts the "Unemployment Insurance Liability Act;" requires that employers that are relocated out of New York State continue to contribute to the unemployment insurance fund when former employees of the employer are receiving benefits for two quarters; mandates that employers shall identify all employees being terminated as a result of the relocation and include the amount of weekly wages paid to such individuals as part of the final quarterly payroll report submitted to the department of insurance. / Sponsor: PARKER Committee: LABOR
BILL S1816-2011: Provides that any person who maintains his or her current workers' compensation insurance shall, subject to the board's approval, be removed from the debarment list
BILL S630-2011: Relates to payment of independent contractors
Relates to payment of independent contractors and authorizes the department of labor to investigate complaints, make claims for compensation, assess liquid damages, civil penalties and criminal penalties, and authorizes the award of attorney fees and liquidated damages. / Sponsor: SQUADRON Committee: LABOR
BILL S6063A-2011: Eliminates an employer's annual notice requirement
BILL S5868A-2011: Relates to amusement devices, attraction awareness and inspections
BILL S1401-2011: Relates to setting a time limit for requesting full board review of unanimous board panel decisions
BILL S7393-2011: Enacts the "Higher Education Employment Protection Act"
Enacts the "Higher Education Employment Protection Act"; provides that an offer of employment or assignment made to a part-time faculty employee by a higher education institution which is contingent on enrollment, funding, or programmatic changes shall not constitute reasonable assurance of continued employment. / Sponsor: ROBACH Committee: LABOR
BILL S2437-2011: Exempts injuries or occupational diseases sustained in perpetration of a felony or misdemeanor from workers' compensation coverage
BILL S5606A-2011: Requires sexual harassment training for hotel and motel employees
Requires sexual harassment training for hotel and motel employees; operators shall certify to the department that they have conducted sexual harassment training; training every two years for employees; requires "know your rights" brochure and employee bill of rights. / Sponsor: LITTLE Committee: LABOR
BILL S5620-2011: Enacts provisions providing protection to employees from retaliatory actions by employers where such employees report illegal business activities
Enacts provisions providing protection to employees from retaliatory actions by employers where such employees report illegal business activities; applicable to employees who in good faith reasonably believe that an illegal business activity has or will occur, based on information that the employee reasonably believes to be true; provides remedies and relief. / Sponsor: SAVINO Committee: LABOR
BILL S6318-2011: Relates to leave for organ or bone marrow donation granted to state employees
BILL S6267-2011: Enacts the "New York State Commercial Goods Transportation Industry Fair Play Act"; redefines the definition of "employee"
BILL S1815-2011: Relates to reciprocity of debarments imposed under the federal Davis-Bacon act
BILL S5090-2011: Relates to the establishment of rates of payment and delivery of health care services
BILL S3999A-2011: Creates a jobs development incentive income tax credit available to employers who employ individuals previously receiving unemployment
BILL S6918-2011: Relates to enacting the "save New York call center jobs act of 2012"
Enacts the "save New York call center jobs act of 2012"; requires prior notice of relocation of call center jobs from New York to a foreign country; directs the commissioner of labor to maintain a list of employers who move call center jobs; prohibits loans or grants. / Sponsor: KENNEDY Committee: LABOR
BILL S7478-2011: Relates to chronic care for injured workers
Relates to chronic care for injured workers; authorizes workers' compensation board to approve a monthly dollar allowance or treatment frequency for an injured worker to continue specialized treatment where the worker's injuries are deemed long term or permanent. / Sponsor: GRISANTI Committee: LABOR
BILL S3010-2011: Provides a time schedule that the fiscal officer must follow when investigating and adjudicating complaints of prevailing wage violations
BILL S1252-2011: Provides workers' comp benefits for family care
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