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New Jersey Adds New SAFE Act Poster; New NJ Labor Law Poster Required

The latest required change to the New Jersey labor law poster is the addition of the new NJ SAFE Act poster. The new poster explains that victims of domestic violence are eligible for an unpaid leave of absence and lists activities for which leave may be taken.  The new law applies to employers of 25 or more. We are publishing an updated NJ state poster with this latest change.  For

Will New NJ Labor Law Poster Be Required For SAFE Act?

Q.  Will the New Jersey SAFE Act require a poster? A:  Yes, there will be a required labor law poster.  The NJ Security and Financial Empowerment Act (SAFE Act) provides unpaid leave for victims of domestic violence or sexual assault, effective Oct. 1, 2013. The new law covers private and public employers with 25 or more employees. We will publish an updated New Jersey labor law poster including the new

Washington D.C. Issues New Labor Law Poster for Accrued Sick & Safe Leave Act; Final Rules Adopted

A new poster has been issued for the Washington D.C. Accrued Sick & Safe Leave Act of 2008 since final rules for implementing the Act were recently adopted, according to the D.C. Department of Employment Services, Office of Wage-Hour. This new D.C. labor law poster must be posted by all employers. The Accrued Sick & Safe Leave Act, which went into effect in November 2008, requires employers to provide paid

D.C. Sick and Safe Leave Act Does Not Have a Separate Labor Law Poster Now

The District of Columbia Accrued Sick & Safe Leave Act went into effect in November 2008.  At that time the D.C. Department of Employment Services (DOES) anticipated issuing a new D.C.  labor law poster upon completion of final rulemaking.  However, the rulemaking took longer than expected and so a summary of the law was added to the D.C. Minimum Wage Poster. This summary is included on our current Washington D.C.

Nevada Issues Update to Wage & Hour Laws Abstract

Nevada’s Office of the Labor Commissioner has released an update to the Rules to Be Observed by Employers notice, an abstract of the Nevada Wage & Hour Laws. The updated notice now includes information related to domestic workers and has a revision date of 8/3/18. Change to Wage & Hour Law Rules As on the previous Rules to Be Observed by Employers notice, provisions 1 through 7 of the Wage

Stop the Presses—South Carolina Updates Safety & Health Notice

South Carolina’s Department of Labor, Licensing, and Regulation just issued an update to the state’s Safety and Health Protection on the Job notice, which has a revision date of July 2018. We recently reported that our South Carolina poster was being updated to include information on the new Pregnancy Accommodations Act, which appears on the state’s revised Employment Discrimination notice. We are pleased to tell our customers that our trusty

New Jersey Enacts Equal Pay Law

New Jersey’s Equal Pay Act, which goes into effect on July 1, 2018, amends the state’s Law Against Discrimination (LAD). We are eagerly anticipating the release of a workplace notice for the Act, and our customers will be notified as soon as the notice is available from the state. For now, here are some details of the new law. Provisions of the Equal Pay Act New Jersey’s Law Against Discrimination

Maryland’s Earned Sick and Safe Leave Notice Coming Soon to Your Workplace

Over the past few weeks, we’ve been in contact with Maryland’s Department of Labor, Licensing, & Regulation (DLLR) about the availability of the final version of the Earned Sick and Safe Leave notice, which outlines details of the Maryland Healthy Working Families Act, a new law effective 2/11/18. We just received confirmation from the Commissioner of Labor and Industry’s office that since there were no modifications to the law during