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KYSB18PassAmend KRS 344.030 to include within the definition of "reasonable accommodation" accommodations made for pregnancy, childbirth, and related medical conditions; define "related medical condition"; amend KRS 344.040 to make it unlawful for an employer ...
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2019-04-09
signed by Governor (KY Acts Ch. 200)
KYSR211IntroConfirm the reappointment of Beverly H. Griffith to the Personnel Board for a term expiring January 1, 2023.
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2019-03-28
passed 38-0
KYHB338PassAmend KRS 18A.150 to remove veteran's preference points and replace with interview preference for current or former members of the Armed Forces, Reserves, or National Guard or their spouse, unmarried widow or widower, or parent, if he or she meets th...
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2019-03-26
signed by Governor (KY Acts ch. 109)
KYSB7PassAmend KRS 336.700 to allow arbitration, mediation, or alternative dispute resolution agreements to be required by employers as a condition or precondition to employment; allow a waiver of a claim to be required as a condition or precondition for rehi...
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2019-03-25
signed by Governor (KY Acts ch. 075)
KYHCR155IntroUrge the Education and Workforce Development Cabinet to establish reasonable, consistent standards for training providers in compliance with the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act before approval is given to a provider to be on the Kentucky Eli...
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2019-03-04
To House Economic Development & Workforce Investment Committee
KYHB260IntroCreate a new section of KRS Chapter 337 to require an employer intending to relocate a call center from Kentucky to a foreign country to notify the secretary of the Labor Cabinet at least 120 days prior to such relocation; require the secretary to co...
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2019-02-19
To House Economic Development & Workforce Investment Committee
KYSB171IntroAmend KRS 341.380 to reduce the percentage used to set weekly benefit rate, to increase trigger amounts for the trust fund balance as related to the weekly benefits amount; to reduce the number of times to pay weekly benefits from 26 to 20; to tier d...
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2019-02-14
To Senate Economic Development, Tourism, and Labor Committee
KYHB349IntroCreate a new section of KRS Chapter 141 to establish a tax credit for certain small businesses that have an apprenticeship program and require reporting by the Department of Revenue; amend KRS 141.0205 and 131.190 to conform; create a new section of ...
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2019-02-14
To House Appropriations and Revenue Committee
KYHB359IntroAmend KRS 18A.035 to add gender-neutral language.
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2019-02-14
To House State Government Committee
KYHB301IntroCreate new sections of KRS Chapter 337 to make the termination of employment without cause unlawful; establish amount that may be recovered for wrongful discharge; specify when the employers' internal procedures are to be used.
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2019-02-12
To House Economic Development & Workforce Investment Committee
KYHB302IntroAmend KRS 65.016 and 337.275 to allow local governments to pass an ordinance setting employees' minimum wages at a rate higher than that found in KRS 337.275 for employers located within that government's jurisdiction.
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2019-02-12
To House Local Government Committee
KYHB300IntroAmend KRS 344.030 to change the definition of "employer" to include a person who has at least one employee in the state.
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2019-02-12
To House Economic Development & Workforce Investment Committee
KYHB182IntroAmend KRS 337.010, relating to the definition of "employees" of retail stores and service industries, to increase the applicable threshold of business that applies to from $95,000 to $500,000; amend KRS 337.275 to raise the state minimum wage to not ...
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2019-02-06
To House Economic Development & Workforce Investment Committee
KYHB193IntroCreate a new section of KRS Chapter 337 to make it a discriminatory employment action if an employer asks questions about previous salary or wages, relies on previous salary when setting a new salary, or refuses to hire if an applicant does not provi...
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2019-02-06
To House Economic Development & Workforce Investment Committee
KYSB83IntroCreate a new section of KRS Chapter 336 to provide definitions and to require public employers to have an appeals process for an employee who violates a drug-free policy using legal industrial products; amend KRS 18A.043 to require an appeals process...
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2019-02-05
To Senate Economic Development, Tourism, and Labor Committee
KYSB71IntroPropose to amend Section 165 of the Constitution of Kentucky to allow an employee of any county, city, town, or other municipality to be a state officer, deputy officer, or member of the General Assembly; provide ballot language; submit to voters for...
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2019-01-11
To Senate State & Local Government Committee
KYHB41IntroCreate new sections of KRS Chapter 337 to require employers to give employees a written good-faith estimate of the employee's work schedule at the time of hire, maintain a voluntary standby list of employees who wish to work additional hours, post we...
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2019-01-10
To House Economic Development & Workforce Investment Committee
KYHB90IntroCreate a new section of KRS Chapter 344 to prohibit employers from considering or requiring disclosure of prior criminal history as part of the initial job application; title the Act "Ban the Box - The Criminal Record Employment Discrimination Act."
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2019-01-10
To House Economic Development & Workforce Investment Committee
KYHB42IntroAmend KRS 337.415, relating to court-ordered appearances by employees, to prohibit employers from discharging or retaliating against an employee who is a crime victim when the employee takes leave to attend proceedings associated with a crime; requir...
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2019-01-10
To House Economic Development & Workforce Investment Committee
KYHB48IntroCreate a new section of KRS Chapter 337 to require employers with 50 or more employees to provide six weeks of paid maternity leave for an employee who has been employed for at least one year; allow an employee to waive the paid maternity leave.
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2019-01-10
To House Economic Development & Workforce Investment Committee
KYHB47IntroCreate a new section of KRS Chapter 337 to require employers to provide earned paid sick leave to employees; provide that employees earn paid sick leave upon the date of hire and can use the leave after being employed for 90 days; set forth allowable...
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2019-01-10
To House Economic Development & Workforce Investment Committee
KYHB53IntroCreate new sections of KRS Chapter 337 to set forth legislative findings and declarations behind employee misclassification problems; provide definitions; set forth determination of misclassified workers; set forth investigation process and violation...
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2019-01-10
To House Economic Development & Workforce Investment Committee
KYHB137IntroAmend KRS 18A.140 to allow employees in the classified service and other persons to become candidates for nomination or election to a paid partisan public office; amend KRS 156.838 to allow certified or equivalent employees to become candidates for n...
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2019-01-10
To House Elections, Const. Amendments & Intergovernmental Affairs Committee
KYSB51IntroAmend KRS 337.010, relating to wages, to increase the applicable threshold of employees of retail stores and service industries from $95,000 to $500,000 average annual gross volume of sales for the employer; amend KRS 337.275 to raise the state minim...
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2019-01-09
To Senate Appropriations and Revenue Committee
KYSB33IntroAmend KRS 344.040 to remove protections against employment discrimination based on an individual's status as a smoker or nonsmoker.
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2019-01-08
To Senate Judiciary Committee
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