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Results for: Labor & Employment
104 days old
SB 3 an act concerning diverse economic opportunity, worker protections and small business revitalization Status: Enacted (Public Act 21-188)

Supports diverse economic opportunities, worker protections, and small business revitalization.

105 days old CBIA Opposes
SB 658 an act requiring employers to recall laid-off workers in order of seniority Status: Enacted (Public Act 21-189)

Requires businesses to recall their own, or a third party’s laid off employees in order of seniority if they were performing janitorial, building maintenance, security, food service, or hotel hospitality work in an office building and laid off at any time between March 10, 2020 and May 1, 2022.

108 days old CBIA Opposes
SB 660 an act expanding workers' compensation benefits for mental or emotional impairments suffered by all workers Status: Enacted (Public Act 21-107)

Expands workers' compensation coverage during the pandemic to include mental or emotional impairments suffered by a police officer, firefighter, EMS, DOC employee, telecommunicator, or health care provider.

118 days old CBIA Monitoring
SB 662 an act extending occupational safety and health administration ten-hour training card validity Status: Died (House)

Extends certain OSHA training card validity from five years to 10 years.

229 days old CBIA Monitoring
SB 666 an act concerning workers' compensation benefits for certain mental or emotional impairments and mental health care for correctional staff, emergency medical staff and dispatchers Status: Died (Labor and Public Employees)

Extends workers’ compensation to certain employees, including state corrections officers, emergency medical services, and emergency dispatchers.