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Washington Updates Workers Comp, WISHA, Worker Rights Posters; New WA Labor Law Poster Required

Four posters have recently been updated on the Washington labor law poster – workers’ compensation, workers’ compensation (self-insured), safety & health, and worker rights. Changes include: Job Safety & Health – Employers must implement written accident prevention plan.  New information about training and protective equipment.  New information about filing complaints and appealing citations.  New Revision Date of 12/2012. Your Rights as a Worker – New information about domestic partner care

Washington Labor Law Poster Reminder: New ‘Rights as WorkerPoster 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 Workerposter is still in compliance

Washington Changes Labor Law Poster on Worker Rights but Previous Version Still OK

You may have heard that a new “Your Rights as a Worker in Washington State” poster has just been issued by the Washington State Department of Labor & Industries (L&I). Although the “Your Rights as a Workerposter is a required state labor law poster, the new May 2010 revision is not a required change. According to the L&I website, the previous version of the poster – December 2008 –

New Salary History and Minimum Wage Posters for San Francisco Businesses

The San Francisco Office of Labor Standards Enforcement (OLSE) just released a notice for the city’s new Consideration of Salary History Ordinance, as well as an update to the minimum wage notice. Keep reading to learn about the current and future changes in store for San Francisco employers and employees. What’s Happening in the City by the Bay? Consideration of Salary History Ordinance On July 1, 2017, San Francisco’s Board