Darla McClure publishes MC SHRM Legislative Affairs Update for April 2012
By: Darla J. McClure
Montgomery County Society for Human Resource Management (MCSHRM) Chapter Newsletter
2012 Maryland Legislative Update
The 2012 Maryland Legislative Session ends on April 9, 2012. There were a number of bills that were introduced during the session that affect employers and human resource professionals. Certain of these bills deal with jury service, medical use of marijuana, unpaid leave for parent-teacher conferences, and changes to anti-discrimination laws and definition of independent contractors. Robert Garagiola, a Maryland State Senator, will be speaking at the May 16, 2012 MC SHRM Chapter meeting where he will provide an in-depth review of the new laws that were passed affecting Maryland employers. Some new laws will go into affect as early as June 1, 2012 while many others will go into affect on October 1, 2012.
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