Bills in Committee

Labor and Business Relations (S)

Bills under consideration and review by committee.

Bill Bill Title
SF 2370 A bill for an act relating to public assistance program oversight and including effective date provisions. (Formerly SSB 3193.)
SF 2354 A bill for an act concerning disqualification from eligibility for unemployment benefits due to discharge for misconduct. (Formerly SF 2110.)
SF 2319 A bill for an act limiting the number of rules that can be included in the Iowa administrative code, providing for related duties of the department of management and other agencies, and including effective date provisions. (Formerly SF 2190.)
SF 2297 A bill for an act relating to supervised child labor for purposes of career and technical education.
SF 2270 A bill for an act concerning public employee organization elections conducted by the public employment relations board and including effective date and applicability provisions.
SF 2190 A bill for an act limiting the number of rules that can be included in the Iowa administrative code, providing for related duties of the department of management and other agencies, and including effective date provisions. (See SF 2319.)
SF 2186 A bill for an act concerning employment matters involving public employees including collective bargaining, educator employment matters, personnel records and settlement agreements, city civil service requirements, and health insurance matters, and including effective date, applicability, and transition provisions.
SF 2185 A bill for an act relating to the choice of doctor to treat injured employees under workers’ compensation laws and including effective date and applicability provisions.
SF 2133 A bill for an act relating to a family leave and medical leave insurance program that provides for paid, job-protected leave for certain family leave and medical leave reasons for eligible employees of specified employers.
SF 2129 A bill for an act providing for verification by the department of workforce development of work search contacts by individuals claiming unemployment insurance benefits.
SF 2128 A bill for an act relating to notices by the department of workforce development regarding claims for unemployment benefits.
SF 2110 A bill for an act concerning disqualification from eligibility for unemployment benefits due to discharge for misconduct. (See SF 2354.)
SF 2107 A bill for an act relating to restitution for claims arising from state employees committing unfair or discriminatory employment practices.
SF 2095 A bill for an act concerning the employment of unauthorized aliens and human trafficking and providing penalties and other sanctions and appropriations.
SF 2015 A bill for an act relating to the treatment of adoptive parent employees and making penalties applicable.
SF 340 A bill for an act relating to wage discrimination under the Iowa civil rights Act of 1965, making penalties applicable, and establishing an equal pay task force.
SF 156 A bill for an act increasing the state minimum hourly wage and providing for subsequent increases by the same percentage as the increase in federal social security benefits.
SF 141 A bill for an act permitting the voluntary receipt by employees of payment of wages by debit card or pay card and making penalties and remedies applicable.
SF 105 A bill for an act providing for employment leave for prenatal appointments and providing penalties.
SF 94 A bill for an act relating to the use of child labor in laundry occupations.
SF 80 A bill for an act relating to wage payment collection issues arising between employers and individuals who provide services to employers, providing penalties and remedies, and including effective date provisions.
SF 66 A bill for an act requiring employers to provide reasonable accommodations to employees based on pregnancy or childbirth and making penalties applicable.
SF 37 A bill for an act relating to public employers providing office space to employee organizations and making penalties applicable.
SF 4 A bill for an act relating to the treatment of adoptive parent employees and making penalties applicable.