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RIH5231IntroRelieves state employee unions of their obligation to represent non-member employees, in the grievance process, if they haven't been union members for 90 days before the grievance event.
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2017-02-24
[Hearing: Mar 2]
To House Labor Committee
RIH5230IntroRelieves municipal police unions of their obligation to represent non-member employees, in the grievance process, if they haven't been union members for 90 days before the grievance event.
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2017-02-24
[Hearing: Mar 2]
To House Labor Committee
RIH5313IntroGrants municipal employees the right to binding arbitration on contract formation financial issues and allows existing contract language to continue to apply even after its expiration under certain conditions.
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2017-02-24
[Hearing: Mar 2]
To House Labor Committee
RIH5232IntroRelieves municipal employees' unions of their obligation to represent nonmember employees, in the grievance process, if they haven't been union members for 90 days before the grievance event.
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2017-02-24
[Hearing: Mar 2]
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RIH5569IntroRepeals ยง25-3-7 of the general laws which gives the director of the department of labor and training the authority to exempt certain classes of employees form receiving overtime pay for Sunday and holiday work.
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2017-02-16
To House Labor Committee
RIH5568IntroAmends our worksharing law by allowing employers more flexibility in the reduction of work hours among its employees and by allowing more leeway on the start date of an adopted worksharing plan.
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2017-02-16
To House Labor Committee
RIH5479IntroCreates a seasonal employment designation for purposes of unemployment insurance, which would allow employers regularly hiring employees on a recurring basis for less than 20 weeks to apply for a seasonal determination from the DTL.
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2017-02-15
To House Labor Committee
RIH5434IntroRequires the historic preservation apprenticeship program would be subject to regulations of the Rhode Island department of labor and training.
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2017-02-09
To House Labor Committee
RIH5315IntroRaises the minimum wage for tipped workers by fifty cents ($.50) per year commencing on January 1, 2018 until the tipped minimum wage is not less than two-thirds (2/3) of the regular minimum wage.
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2017-02-08
To House Labor Committee
RIH5413IntroRequires all employers to provide their employees with a minimum level of paid sick and safety leave including time to care for the employee's family members.
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2017-02-08
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RIH5316IntroProhibits employers from receiving any portion of the tips given by customers to their tipped employees with limited exceptions for credit card service charges.
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2017-02-08
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RIH5057IntroIncreases the minimum wage to ten dollars and fifty cents ($10.50) commencing July 1, 2017.
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2017-02-08
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RIH5389IntroProhibits more than two (2) members of the state police to be from the same family whether by blood, adoption or marriage.
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2017-02-03
To House Labor Committee
RIH5314IntroRequires health care facilities to use licensed Rhode Island Nurses to satisfy staffing needs.
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2017-02-01
To House Labor Committee
RIH5195IntroEstablishes the E-Verify compliance act which would require all non-governmental employers within the state with three (3) or more employees to apply to participate in the federal E-Verify program.
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2017-01-25
To House Labor Committee
RIH5058IntroRequires children who seek a special limited work permit to successfully complete a worker rights' training program established and funded by the department of labor and training.
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2017-01-11
To House Labor Committee
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