3 edition of Georgia employment law found in the catalog.
Rev. ed. of: Georgia employment law / by Charles A. Edwards. c1983.Includes index.Kept up to date by pocket parts.
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Georgia Employment Related Laws Laws, regulations, and information specific to Georgia employers and workers.
Select Georgia employment requirements are summarized below to help an employer understand the range of employment laws affecting the employer-employee relationship in the state. In Georgia, a private employer can require an employee to work holidays. Proper signage is required where smoking is prohibited.
Social Security Contributions There are compulsory social security contributions by both the employer and the employee in Georgia. Child Labor Child labor laws in Georgia restrict the occupations in which minors may be employed and the number of hours and times during which they may work.
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During school hours unless the minor has completed senior high school or has been excused from attendance ; and• Immunity may be lost if the reference:• Additional information on recruiting and hiring practices in Georgia can be found in the, and Federal requirements can be found in and.
Employees are protected from discrimination and harassment on the grounds of sex, sexual orientation, age, national origin, race, color, religion, disability, familial, and veteran status. Special Rules For Part-time Work There are no special rules for part-time work in Georgia.
Georgia law applies only when an employee is physically working in Georgia or when both parties have agreed in writing to the application of Georgia law if either or both parties are located in jurisdictions other than Georgia. State holidays Georgia employment law our page for a list of holidays recognized and observed by the state of Georgia as well as information regarding state laws governing holiday leave for public employers and employees. Equal Employment Federal laws prohibiting job discrimination.
Pension Plans Georgia does not have any mandatory requirements regarding pension plans. Employers are required to extend continuation coverage to employees and their covered dependents whose coverage terminates for any reason, unless the employee is terminated for cause. Only federal requirements apply to Georgia employees on this subject.• Additional information on EEO, diversity and employee relations practices in Georgia can be found in the, and Federal requirements can be found inand.
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Collective bargaining agreements or the presence of a union may dictate additional requirements.