Vermont 2022 Crime Victims Required Posting Update

Vermont 2022 Required Posting Update
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Employee Rights Expanded!Vermont 2022 Employment Protections for Victims of Crime

Required Posting Update

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What’s new?

The 2022 Employment Protections for Victims of Crime posting has been revised to reflect changes made by House Bill 477, as follows:
  • employees who are alleged victims of crime are protected from discrimination and harassment by employers based on their status as an alleged victim
  • employers are required to provide alleged victims with job-protected, unpaid leave to attend certain court proceedings related to a relevant crime
  • definition of the term “alleged victim”
  • changes are effective as of July 1, 2022

Who must post?
All Vermont employers are required post the Employment Protections for Victims of Crime notice in a conspicuous location at each place of business. (21 VSA § 472c)

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