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Labor Law Poster Updates in 2019

We’re halfway through 2019, and there have been plenty of labor law updates this year! We’ve compiled a list of all the changes that have come into effect so far. Be sure to take a look below and make sure your posters are still in compliance. Keeping your labor law posters in compliance is important for two reasons: It’s the law. An employer who chooses to not post or update

New No Smoking Notice Required for Rhode Island Businesses

The Rhode Island Department of Health has updated the state’s No Smoking notice to match new requirements in the law. Employers are required to post the new notice in their places of business. Our updated Rhode Island State Poster will soon be on its way to our customers in The Ocean State. Need-to-Know Info for Employers and Employees Vaping Is Prohibited The No Smoking notice now includes information on vaping.

Specialty Notices – Free Labor Law Posters for 2019

Did you know that your labor law posting requirements could go beyond posting an all-in-one state and federal labor law poster? Depending on location, industry, and/or number of employees, employers may also be required to display specialty labor law posters. Our Free Labor Law Posters page provides specialty notices that may be required by your state or industry.  Businesses in states such as California and New York are required to display

Ensure Your Business is Compliant in 2019 with Our New Year labor Law Poster Checklist

As 2019 begins, employers need to consider the importance of poster compliance and know what updates are required in the New Year. This can be a tedious task for any business, so we’ve compiled a checklist to make it a seamless process. Clean up your bulletin board. Take the time to review all your posters. Remove anything that’s expired and do some rearranging so that all posters are clearly visible.

2016 Rhode Island Minimum Wage

Nicknamed the “Ocean State”, Rhode Island is making waves with a new minimum wage in 2016. This will require another update to the compliance posters. “Increasing the minimum wage isn’t just the right thing to do on behalf of working families, it’s the smart thing to do for the economy,” said U.S. Secretary of Labor Thomas E. Perez. On June 17th the Ocean State Governor Gina Raimondo signed legislation to

Oregon Updates Minimum Wage Poster Jan. 1, 2015; New OR Labor Law Poster Required

The latest required changes to the Oregon labor law poster are on the Minimum Wage and No Smoking posters. Oregon’s minimum wage increases from $9.10 to $9.25 per hour effective January 1, 2015,  and the minimum wage will be adjusted for inflation every year on January 1. Also, new information has been added that a minor must have a 30-minute meal period if they work 6 or more hours in a

KS and IL Labor Law Posters Change, but Previous Versions OK

The Kansas Child Labor poster and the Illinois No Smoking poster have been updated, but the previous versions of these required state labor law posters are still valid. Kansas:  No update required for Child Labor poster.  New phone number for the Kansas Department of Labor, website URL information added.  Revision date of 5/12. Illinois:  No update required for No Smoking poster.  Names of public officials removed.  No revision date. For more information about these state

Kansas Updates Unemployment Labor Law Poster

The latest required change to the Kansas labor law poster is an update of the Unemployment poster.  This change happened while our Kansas all-in-one poster was already in production since a new state No Smoking  poster was issued in May.  However, we were able to stop the press and make this second change to our new poster (dated 5-10). The hours for Claim Specialists have been expanded to 7:30 am to

Kansas Adds New Requirement For ‘No Smoking’ Labor Law Poster

A “No Smokingposter is the latest requirement for the Kansas labor law poster.  It is a result of the new Kansas Indoor Clean Air Act which goes into effect on July 1. The Indoor Clean Air Act bans smoking in public places, including all workplaces, restaurants and bars and within 10 feet of business entrances and air intakes. Covered businesses must also post a “no smoking” sign by July

Michigan Smoking Ban Begins May 1 – No Change to State Labor Law Poster

Michigan is the 38th state to pass a ban on smoking in the workplace, but the new law will not cause a change to the Michigan labor law poster at this time. However the new law, which goes into effect May 1, does require that “no smoking” signs be posted at workplace entrances and other areas where smoking is prohibited, such as outdoor areas like patios or rooftops.  It will