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Virginia Human Trafficking Poster Not Required for General Businesses

Virginia’s Department of Labor and Industry has issued a new labor law poster on its website to combat human trafficking.  Although the poster appears on the VA required state poster list, it is only required for employers who operate certain types of entertainment businesses. It will not be added to our Virginia state poster since it is industry-specific. For more information about this state labor law poster or to learn

New Mexico Adds Human Trafficking, Updates Minimum Wage Posters; New NM Labor Law Poster Required

The latest required changes to the New Mexico labor law poster are a new Human Trafficking poster and an update to the Minimum Wage poster. A new law has passed that requires a state poster about the National Human Trafficking Resource Center Hotline. For the Minimum Wage Act, new information was added to the penalties section regarding consequences for employers who violate the Minimum Wage Act. First, those in violation are subject

Q&A: New Human Trafficking Notice for Maine

Q: Is Maine’s new Human Trafficking notice a required posting for all employers? A: The Maine Department of Labor has informed us that the Human Trafficking notice that is on the state’s Required Posters list is only a mandatory posting for employers in certain industries. These include the following locations: Department of Labor career centers Offices that provide services under the Governor’s Jobs Initiative Program Hospitals and other facilities that

Washington Labor Law Poster Reminder: New ‘Rights as Worker’ Poster Is Not a Required Change

Although the Washington State Department of Labor & Industries (L&I) recently issued a May 2010 version of its labor law poster called “Your Rights as a Worker in Washington State”, this update is not a required change. Although we posted a blog on this topic on July 21, we feel it is important to emphasize that the previous version of the ‘Rights as a Worker’ poster is still in compliance