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
HB139 relative to an emergency exception under the New Hampshire retirement system for certain part-time employment
HB163 establishing a state minimum hourly rate
HB182 establishing a committee to study alternative public employee retirement plans
HB267 requiring employers to verify an employee's eligibility to work in the United States
HB324 relative to membership in a union
HB361 relative to the definition of "employee"
HB365 prohibiting an employer from using credit history in employment decisions
HB369 establishing a defined contribution retirement plan for public employees
HB370 enabling counties and municipalities to establish minimum wage rates
HB392 relative to the minimum hourly wage
HB396 relative to part-time employment by retirees in the New Hampshire retirement system
HB397 relative to the duties of public servants
HB402 establishing the Franklin Partin right-to-know act
HB496 prohibiting public employers from using criminal history in employment decisions
HB556 establishing a cash balance plan for public employees in the retirement system
HB596 relative to health insurance plans of public employers
HB658 prohibiting collective bargaining agreements that require employees to join a labor union
HB684 establishing a state minimum hourly rate
HB686 establishing a single payer health care system and making an appropriation therefor
SB42 relative to employee notification of contraceptive coverage
SB85 establishing a statutory commission to study post-retirement employment of New Hampshire retirement system retirees
SB107 prohibiting collective bargaining agreements that require employees to join or contribute to a labor union
SB129 allowing retired members of the retirement system to change an optional allowance election in certain circumstances
SB156 prohibiting discrimination against employees who are victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, or stalking
SB164 relative to the independent investment committee in the New Hampshire retirement system
SB186 reestabilishing the commission to study soft tissue injuries under workers' compensation and to study the feasibility of developing a first responder's critical injury fund
SB205 relative to the governor's office and the legislature under the electioneering law 
SB219 relative to breastfeeding
SB261 establishing a state minimum wage