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    Legislative Updates

    Policymakers rely on the voice of SHRM members to inform legislation from its inception and shape enduring policy to best address the needs of employees and employers. Find the latest resources and information pertaining to legislation relating to America’s workplaces here.



    To locate your state legislators and their contact information by your zip code, click here.



    U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission


    EEOC enforces Federal laws prohibiting employment discrimination. These laws protect employees and job applicants against employment discrimination under Title VII, ADEA, FMLA and ADA.  Click this link to learn more:


    12/7/2023 News: EEOC and DOL Publicize Regulatory Agendas for 2024 





    E-Verify is a web-based system that allows enrolled employers to confirm the eligibility of their employees to work in the United States. This video showcases the benefits of using E-Verify for employers. Click here to view several E-Verify Training Videos:



    THE U.S. Department of Labor


    The Wage and Hour Division (WHD) provides employers with the tools they need to operate in compliance with the variety of labor laws enforced by the Division with readily accessible, easy-to-understand information relevant to both their rights and to their responsibilities under the law. Click here to learn more. 

    Click here for Forms:



    U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services


    USCIS offers free employee/employer training to explain and demonstrate how to complete the I-9 form here.


    SHRM Advocacy Team (A-Team)

    The SHRM Advocacy Team has been developed by SHRM Government Affairs as a way to assist HR Advocates — professionals like you — in making their voices heard on public policy issues impacting the workplace. It’s time that policymakers — both in Washington and in state capitals across the country — understand the role HR plays in today’s workplace. The SHRM Advocacy Team is a crucial component of SHRM’s advocacy efforts, and works with you to advance the interests of the HR profession at both the federal and state levels. Learn more by visiting the A-Team webpage.