HB 1467: Employment Benefits and Accommodations for Crime Victims and Witnesses
GENERAL BILL by Robinson, F.
Employment Benefits and Accommodations for Crime Victims and Witnesses; Revises reasons for which employees are not disqualified for reemployment assistance benefits; requires documentation for leaves or work accommodations for employees who are crime victims or witnesses or have family members who are crime victims or witnesses; requires employees to exhaust other leaves before taking specified leaves; provides confidentiality requirements; requires employers to provide reasonable work accommodations; prohibits employers from engaging in specified actions; authorizes employees to claim as damages all wages & benefits for violations.
Last Action: 4/30/2021 House - Died in Tourism, Infrastructure & Energy Subcommittee
Bill Text: PDF
• 1st Reading (Original Filed Version)
• Referred to Tourism, Infrastructure & Energy Subcommittee
• Referred to Criminal Justice & Public Safety Subcommittee
• Referred to Infrastructure & Tourism Appropriations Subcommittee
• Referred to Commerce Committee
• Now in Tourism, Infrastructure & Energy Subcommittee
• Died in Tourism, Infrastructure & Energy Subcommittee
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