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Q&A: New California Notice B Poster (CFRA Leave & Pregnancy Disability Leave)

Q:  I heard there will be a new California Notice B poster before July 1. Has that poster come out yet?  A:  Yes Q:  Do we need to update our CA labor law poster?  A:  No. According to the California Department of Fair Employment and Housing (DFEH), employers are still in compliance with Notice B dated 11/12. Although the DFEH recently told us Notice B would have a mandatory update

Q&A: California Notice B Poster Change (CFRA Leave & Pregnancy Disability Leave)

Q. I heard that new regulations for California Notice B go into effect July 1. Will there be a new poster for this?  A. Yes. According to the CA Department of Fair Employment and Housing (DFEH), a revised Notice B (Family Care and Medical Leave & Pregnancy Disability Leave) will be issued by July 1. Q. Has the new poster come out yet?  A. No it hasn’t. However, the DFEH has told

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, and they’re always up-to-date for 2019.  Some examples are the Federal Contractor Poster, for

Alaska Updates OSHA Notice—New Poster Required

A few short weeks ago, we shared the news about Alaska’s new minimum wage rate for 2019 and the required update to our Alaska poster, which has already been shipped out to clients. Well, lo and behold, the state’s Department of Labor & Workforce Development just issued a new version of the AKOSH (Safety & Health) notice, which means that employers in Alaska must now display a new state poster

Michigan Updates Two Labor Law Notices—New Poster Required

Due to updates to the Michigan Unemployment Compensation and Youth Employment workplace notices, our customers in the Great Lakes State will need a new state poster. What’s Changing for Unemployment Compensation? The changes to the Unemployment Compensation notice, which has a revision date of 5/18, include an update to the process for filing claims on the Internet and all-new information for filing claims by telephone. Filing Unemployment Claims Via the

New Federal and State Income Tax Credit Notices on Virginia’s Poster

What Employers Need to Know Employers in Virginia should be aware that the Virginia Department of Social Services (VDSS) recently issued two new notices that must be posted in the workplace. Both notices include information on how employees may be able to boost their income with tax credits. The first is a brand-new notice that provides information on the Virginia Credit for Low-Income Individuals (CLI). The second notice has been

Virginia Updates Its OSHA Notice — New Poster Coming Soon!

Virginia just released an update to its Occupational Safety and Health (VOSH) law, based on federal OSHA requirements. The updated notice has a revision date of July, 2017. Here’s What Has (or Hasn’t) Changed In the Proposed Penalty section of the notice, the following penalty amounts have increased: The maximum penalty for serious and other-than-serious violations has increased from $7,000 to $12,471. The maximum penalty for willful and repeat violations

Arkansas Updates the Notice to Employer and Employee Poster

Arkansas has made a significant change to the Notice to Employer and Employee poster for the second time this year, and your state labor law poster must be updated. About the Poster The Notice to Employer and Employee poster covers minimum wage and workers’ rights information for the state of Arkansas. The current minimum wage for the state is $7.50, and increases to $8.00 effective January 1, 2016 with another increase

Is IRS Withholding Notice Required on Federal Labor Law Poster?

Q:  Is an IRS withholding notice required on the federal labor law poster? A: There is an IRS publication called “Check Your Withholding”, but it is an IRS instructional form – not a labor law poster – and it is not required on the federal labor law poster. If you have other questions about state or federal labor law poster requirements, go to or call Poster Compliance Center at 1-800-322-3636.

New Iowa Warn Act Requires Written Notice But Not a Labor Law Poster

Iowa has joined more than a dozen other states that have passed Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification (WARN) laws supplementing the federal law. The Iowa bill was signed into law on March 22, and goes into effect on July 1. The legislation requires employers to provide 30 days written notice of business closings and mass layoffs or face penalties.  However, the law does not require a new Iowa labor law