Employee rights measures easily pass NH House
Click here to view this article at the source publication
The New Hampshire House passed three bills last week expanding the rights of employees.
Under the bills, employers wouldn’t be able to ask employees about their criminal or salary history on an application and temporary employment firms would be required to disclose more information to workers about their assignment.
The increased requirements were among the reasons the Business and Industry Association of New Hampshire called a press conference last week to complain about what it sees as an anti-business turn that the Legislature has taken since Democrats took control of both houses.