Legislative Review Page - Human Resources/Personnel

Below you will find Legislative House and Senate Bills pertaining to Human Resources related issues. Click on the House or Senate Bill number to go the State of New Hampshire Bill Status page. Also on this page you will find links to view the full text of the bill and docket information.

If the status of a Bill is not listed on our page, it is still in the legislative process and will require that you look to the State site for further information relative to its disposition. Our page will only indicate if the Bill has been adopted or defeated.

Bill Number Description of legislative initiative
 HB115 establishing a state minimum wage and providing for adjustments to the minimum wage
 HB130 prohibiting an employer from using credit history in employment decisions
 HB194 permitting employers to pay wages to employees weekly or biweekly
 HB312 repealing the minimum wage law
 HB346 relative to the payment of wages to an employee
 HB394 relative to public employees testifying before legislative committees
 HB425 relative to the retirement system assumed rate of return for the biennium beginning July 1, 2017
 HB442 relative to criminal records checks in the employee application process
 HB444 relative to reports to the public employee labor relations board
 HB520 relative to right to work
 HB542 relative to retired members employed in a part-time position by retirement system employers
 HB543 relative to part-time employment by a retiree for a retirement system employer
 HB548 increasing the age at which a pension begins for non-vested and newly-hired group I members of the retirement system
 HB561 relative to contributions by employers of part-time employees receiving retirement system pensions and relative to enforcement of provisions concerning retired members working part-time after retirement
 HB624 relative to group II vested deferred retirements, age of dependents on a retiree health plan, and retired judges participation in the retiree health plan
 HB628 relative to a family and medical leave insurance program
 HB631 establishing a cash balance pension plan for new hires and non-vested employees
 HB644 extending the interest and dividends tax to capital gains, increasing exemptions from the tax, and providing for retirement system contributions on behalf of employers other than the state
 HB645 relative to retiree health care benefits for future retirees
 HB649 making certan emergency medical technicians and rescue squad members eligible for a death benefit if killed in the line of duty
 HB653 relative to health care premium contributions for Medicare eligible retirees
 HB633 allowing health insurance policies to be sold without mandates
 LSR108 relative to cost of living increases under the New Hampshire retirement system
   
 SB11 prohibiting collective bargaining agreements that require employees to join or contribute to a labor union
 SB22 relative to employer immunity for disclosure of certain worker employment information