Ohio Employment and Labor Law Updates 2022


December

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November

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October

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September

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August

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July

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June

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May

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April

Overtime Pay Requirement Exceptions

Bill

Senate Bill 47

Summary

Excepts traveling to and from a worksite and performing certain routine tasks from the overtime pay requirement and to prohibit opt-out class actions for overtime violations.

Enacted

04/06/2022

Effective Date

07/06/2022

Topics

Hours_worked: Insignificant_period, Postliminary_activit, Preliminary_activity, Travel;
Wage_and_Hour: Overtime


March

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February

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January

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