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South Carolina’s Pay Equity Act the First of Its Kind

January 14, 2019

South Carolina’s Women’s Rights & Empowerment Network (WREN) spearheaded two pieces of legislation, a pay equity act and a lactation act, for the South Carolina 2019 Legislative Session. 

Key Takeaways from the Recent Overtime Rule Listening Sessions

November 28, 2018

The Wage and Hour Division of the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) held public listening sessions on October 30, 2018 to gather views on the Part 541 white collar exemption regulations, the 2016 “Overtime Rule.”

HSB Announces Fall Employment Law Seminar Schedule

September 06, 2018

Haynsworth Sinkler Boyd's Employment Law Group is pleased to announce the schedule for our 2018  Employment Law Seminars.

HSB Attorneys Recognized by Best Lawyers

August 15, 2018

Best Lawyers®, a legal peer-review guide, has selected ten Haynsworth Sinkler Boyd attorneys as “Lawyer of the Year” for 2019. 

Seventeen Haynsworth Sinkler Boyd Attorneys Named to Upstate Legal Elite

August 03, 2018

Haynsworth Sinkler Boyd is pleased to announce that 17 attorneys in our Greenville office have been named to Greenville Business Magazine’s 2018 Legal Elite of the Upstate.

South Carolina Pregnancy Accommodations Act

May 21, 2018

Pregnant woman at workThe South Carolina Pregnancy Accommodations Act, found here, was signed into law on Friday, May 18, 2018. The Act amends the South Carolina Human Affairs Law. In passing the legislation, the General Assembly stated,

YouTube Shooting Raises Questions on Firearms in the Workplace

April 10, 2018

Following the April 3, 2018 YouTube workplace violence tragedy, many news sources reported that there were 500 workplace homicides in 2016, the most recent workplace homicide statistic from the Bureau of Labor Statistic.

Key Takeaways from Our 2017 Corporate Law for Accountants Seminars

January 25, 2018

Haynsworth Sinkler Boyd recently hosted our annual Corporate Law for Accountants Seminars across South Carolina. These complimentary seminars covered three main topics: (1) operating agreements, (2) employment law and (3) state and local tax updates.

Key Takeaways from Our 2017 Employment Law Seminars

January 23, 2018

Perry MacLennan, Chris Gantt-Sorenson, Denny MajorHaynsworth Sinkler Boyd recently hosted our annual Employment Law Seminars across South Carolina. These complimentary seminars educated Human Resource professionals on recent employment law updates and changes.

Dr. King’s Message Rings True Today in the Context of the LGBTQIA Community

January 16, 2018

Martin Luther King, Jr. wrote from a jail cell in Birmingham in 1963, "[t]here are two types of laws: there are just laws and there are unjust laws....How does one determine when a law is just or unjust?...Any law that uplifts human personality is just. Any law that degrades human personality is unjust....An unjust law is a code that a majority inflicts on a minority that is not binding on itself."

Chris Gantt-Sorenson Elected to SC SHRM State Council for 2018

January 10, 2018

Chris Gantt-Sorenson, a shareholder in our Greenville office, has been elected to the South Carolina Society for Human Resource Management (SC SHRM) State Council for 2018. Chris will serve as Legislative Director on the council.

Sexual Harassment and What Employers Must Do to Comply

December 01, 2017

SExual-Harassment-complaint-form-and-pen.jpgThe latest headlines confirm the 2016 findings published by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) that workplace harassment too often goes unreported. The EEOC reports that “approximately 70% of the individuals who experienced harassment never even talked with a supervisor or manager,” meaning that they didn’t report it to their employer.

IRS Pressing Forward with ACA Penalties

November 06, 2017

Yesterday, the IRS reiterated that employers violating the ACA can expect penalty letters in late 2017 and also updated that portion of its website dedicated to the Employers’ ACA obligations here. The update explains the form of notices employers can expect to receive as a result of IRS penalties pursuant to the ACA.

More ACA: President Trump’s Termination of Cost-Sharing Reduction Payments

October 17, 2017

Late Thursday evening after President Trump issued an Executive Order earlier in the day directing various administrative agencies to take suggested actions for the hope of reducing the cost of health insurance, discussed here, the Trump Administration announced it would terminate cost-sharing reduction (“CSR”) payments based upon guidance to the Administration by the Department of Justice indicating that there is no federal appropriation for the CSR payments.

Can the President Nullify the Affordable Care Act by Issuing Executive Orders?

October 13, 2017

President Trump issued an Executive Order yesterday which purports to suggest three avenues for offering health insurance at a decreased cost to small employers and consumers for the overall goal of reducing healthcare costs on the grounds that the Affordable Care Act (ACA) has limited consumer choice resulting in an increase in healthcare insurance cost. The Order charges various administrative agencies to act within 60 days.

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