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Avoid Compliance Poster Scams this Holiday Season

December 15th, 2015
Avoid Compliance Poster Scams this Holiday SeasonOh no! You’ve received a letter in the mail that looks like an official government mailer. It’s telling you about a mandatory change and insists that if you don’t update your compliance posters you’ll be fined thousands of dollars. The letter is vague and becomes more and more confusing as you read it. Your credit card information is requested and there is so much small print you aren’t entirely sure what you’re ordering. Does … Continue reading →

Posted by Serena at 3:06 pm

Learning an Old Dog’s Tricks: Finally Figuring out the FMLA Changes

December 9th, 2015
Learning an Old Dog’s Tricks: Finally Figuring out the FMLA ChangesWhile the most recent changes to the FMLA poster took effect in March of 2013, there’s still a lot of confusion over what exactly changed and how to maintain compliance. Is your FMLA poster up to date? Before we get into the actual changes, let’s have a quick refresher about the law issued by the Department of Labor. Here’s a general summary of the FMLA’s history: The FMLA was created in 1993 to allow … Continue reading →

Posted by postercompliance at 2:25 pm

Seattle Releases Updated 2016 Minimum Wage and Wage Theft Posters

December 9th, 2015
Seattle recently released the updated mandatory minimum wage and wage theft posters for the January 1, 2016 effective date. What is On the Posters? While we knew some of the information that would be covered on the posters, there is also new information added that is important to know. The minimum wage increases to $13.00 per hour January 1, 2016 for employers with 501 or more employees or to $12.50 per hour if the employer … Continue reading →

Posted by Jackie at 9:07 am

Get the New Portland Maine Minimum Wage Poster

December 3rd, 2015
Although most of the city minimum wage movement has occurred on the west coast, Portland Maine has gotten in on the action and there will be a minimum wage increase to $10.10 effective January 1, 2016. Specifics of the Law You may remember that there were two different Portland minimum ballot initiatives in November, and the one with the lower wage increase ended up as the winner. Under the ordinance, the first increase will … Continue reading →

Posted by Jackie at 11:08 am

Order Your New Santa Clara Minimum Wage Poster

December 3rd, 2015
In addition to Palo Alto, Santa Clara is another California city with a brand new minimum wage law that begins with an increase to $11.00 on January 1, 2016. What Is in the New Ordinance? The new ordinance covers all employers with locations in Santa Clara, and in addition to the established increase to $11.00 on January 1, 2016, Santa Clara will also have annual CPI increases every October. There is a posting requirement, … Continue reading →

Posted by Jackie at 11:06 am

New Palo Alto CA Minimum Wage Labor Law Poster Available

December 3rd, 2015
San Francisco’s Bay Area has had a flurry of minimum wage increases, and Palo Alto is one of the newest kids to the party. On January 1, 2016, the city will have a new minimum wage of $11.00. What to Expect The city has set the minimum wage to increase to $11.00 this January, and set a goal of raising the minimum wage to $15.00 by 2018 at some point in the near future. … Continue reading →

Posted by Jackie at 11:02 am

It’s the Most Wonderful Time to be in Compliance

December 2nd, 2015
It’s the Most Wonderful Time to be in ComplianceThis is it. Now is the time to update your labor law posters before 2016 officially arrives. As we enter the busiest season for labor law posters, the number of mandatory changes taking place will we be at an all-time high. Look out! It will be January in less than a month. Make sure you have your new labor law posters before it’s too late. Keep in mind, labor law poster updates are about … Continue reading →

Posted by Serena at 2:45 pm

How Sustainability and Labor Law Posters Can Go Hand-in-Hand

November 25th, 2015
How Sustainability and Labor Law Posters Can Go Hand-in-HandOver the last few years, the importance of doing whatever we can to minimize our footprint on the earth has come to the forefront. This concept can apply to any business, even the labor law poster industry. Help Preserve the Environment by Ordering Labor Law Posters One significant and simple step that each of us can do – when obtaining the mandatory state and federal labor law posters – is to focus on buying labor … Continue reading →

Posted by postercompliance at 1:01 pm

Seeking Out Seattle’s Updated Minimum Wage Poster

November 20th, 2015
Seattle made waves nationally when they increased the minimum wage this year, and the next established increase to $13.00 for large employers and $12.00 for small employers will take effect on January 1, 2016. The Nitty Gritty Seattle’s minimum wage law is a little more complicated than some of the others around the country. The wage ordinance takes into consideration a number of factors when calculating the wages for different employers. Large employers are … Continue reading →

Posted by Jackie at 1:18 pm

Updated Minimum Wage Poster for Mountain View CA Available

November 20th, 2015
As we have discussed, the possibility of a wage increase in Mountain View has had its ups and downs in 2015. Although the original wage ordinance did not allow for an increase because the CPI did not have a gain, the city council has passed a new ordinance in time for a January 1, 2016 increase. Information on the New Ordinance Under the new minimum wage ordinance, the first increase is to $11.00 on … Continue reading →

Posted by Jackie at 1:03 pm

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