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14RS

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Add gender neutral language - HB 580
Apprenticeship, definitions and requirements - SB 28; SB 28: SCS
Bonds, industrial revenue, reinvestment in manufacturing sites - HB 489; SB 153: HCS
Collective bargaining, allow public employers to terminate coverage under KRS chapter 345. - HB 1: HFA (5),(6)
Corporate owned life insurance, establish requiments for - HB 457
Department
of Workers' Claims, confirmation of appointment, R. Roland Case - SR 243
of Workers' Claims, confirmation of reappointment, J. Landon Overfield - SR 244
of Workers' Claims, confirmation of reappointment, Jeanie Owen Miller - SR 247
of Workers' Claims, confirmation of reappointment, John B. Coleman - SR 245
of Workers' Claims, confirmation of reappointment, Robert L. Swisher - SR 246
of Workers' Claims, confirmation, J. Gregory Allen - SR 248
Employee
misclassification, information sharing agreements and reports - SB 81: HCS
misclassification, responsibility for determining - SB 81; SB 81: SFA (1)
Employment leave for crime victims, creation of and requirements for - HB 242
Entrepreneur-in-residence program, accelerate innovation - HB 249
Exclusion from overtime, in home care employees - SB 49; HB 81: SFA (1); HB 483: SFA (1)
Expunged criminal records, allow inspection when required by federal or state law or regulation - HB 64: HFA (3)
Firefighter,
occupational disease, cancer - HB 251; HB 251: HCS
occupational disease, presumption for cancer - HB 153
funding commission, addition of board members - SB 63: SFA (2)
Insurable interest, life of employees - HB 457
Kentucky Jobs Retention Act, expand eligibility for incentive projects - HB 396
Labor
Cabinet, settlement of special fund claims delete funding - SB 63
cabinet, settlement of special fund claims, funding, deletion of - SB 63: SCS
cabinet, settlement of special fund claims; delete funding - HB 557
organization, mandatory membership or financial support prohibited, penalty - HB 496
Legislative Research Commission, sexual harassment, employees, reporting by - HR 268
LLCs and partnerships, require documents to prove compliance if requested, delete annual filings - HB 349; HB 349: SFA (1)
Minimum
amount of gross volume of sales for certain businesses, increase of - HB 1: HFA (8)
wage, increase for tipped and nontipped employees and for exempted employers - SB 215
wage, increase threshold for exclusion from - HB 1: HFA (9)
wage, increase to $29 per hour - HB 1: HFA (1)
Motor carrier transportation contracts, indemnification clauses in - SB 59
Offender employment and licensure, requirements applying to - SB 147; HB 384; SB 100: HFA (8); SB 108: HFA (5); HB 105: SFA (1); HB 384: HCS
Place of employment, statewide indoor smoking prohibition, exceptions - SB 117; HB 173; HB 123: SFA (1); HB 173: HFA (1),(2),(3),(4),(5)
Prevailing wage, educational buildings and facilities, exclusion of - HB 1: HFA (3)
prevailing wage, repeal for school construction - HB 1: HFA (2)
Schools, prevailing wage, elimination of - HB 419
Sexual
orientation and gender identity discrimination, prohibition of - SB 140
orientation and gender identity, prohibition of discrimination - HB 171
State
minimum wage for tipped employees, increase - HB 191
minimum wage, increase - HB 1; SB 99: HFA (2),(3); HB 1: HCS
minimum wage, increase, for tipped employees - HB 191: HCS
State/Executive Branch Budget - HB 235; HB 235: SCS, HCS, HFA (14), FCCR
TVA in-lieu-of-tax payments, direction to economic development activities - HB 46
Wage discrimination, prohibited on basis of sex, race, or national origin - HB 1, 148; SB 99: HFA (2),(3); HB 1: HCS
Work hours for minors - HB 82
Workers'
Compensation Board, confirmation, Michael W. Alvey - SR 255
Compensation Board, confirmation, Rebekkah B. Rechter - SR 254
Compensation Funding Commission, amendments to funding - SB 63: SFA (1)
compensation, attorneys' fees, disability awards - SB 136; HB 507
compensation, increase attorneys' fees and extend termination date of income benefits - SB 137
Youth referees or official for athletic program, exempt from prohibition against gainful employment - HB 108; SB 49: HCS; HB 108: HCS

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