Form I-9 with August 31 Expiration – New Version Coming

The most recent version of Form I-9, dated 7/17/17, has an expiration date of August 31, 2019. The Department of Homeland Security notes on their website that a new version will be issued soon. In the meantime, employers can continue using the 7/17/17 version of the form with the August …read more…

New Maine Law Protecting Pregnant and Nursing Employees

New requirements for pregnant and nursing workers in Maine take effect September 19, 2019 under An Act to Protect Pregnant Workers. This law broadens existing protections under Maine law and covers limitations of an employee’s ability to perform the functions of a job due to pregnancy-related conditions.

A pregnancy-related …read more…

New Maine Law Limits Noncompete Agreements

A new Maine law An Act to Promote Keeping Workers in Maine will take effect September 18, 2019. This act contains provisions that limit noncompete agreements between an employer and employee and prohibit restrictive employment agreements between employers.

Noncompete Agreement Limits

Noncompete agreements are defined as contracts that prohibit employees …read more…

COMPLIANCE REMINDER: EEO-1 Employee Compensation Data Due by September 30

The deadline for employers to submit employee compensation data for EEO-1 reports is September 30.

Employers, including federal contractors, are required to submit compensation data (component 2 of the EEO-1 report) for 2017 and 2018 if they have 100 or more employees during the workforce snapshot periods, which are an …read more…