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New Sexual Harassment & Crime Victims Notices for Vermont

Based on new and updated laws, employers in Vermont are required to post two new workplace notices: Employment Protections for Victims of Crime and Sexual Harassment Is Illegal. While both laws went into effect on July 1, 2018, the notice regarding sexual harassment was not released by the state’s Department of Labor until this week. Have no fear, we are currently working to get the updated Vermont poster out to

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Update to New Mexico's Minimum Wage Act

The New Mexico Department of Workforce Solutions (DWS) has released an update to the Minimum Wage Act notice, which includes important information for both employees and employers. Before we share all the details, please note that New Mexico’s minimum wage has not been increased—it is still $7.50 per hour. What’s New for Employees and Employers? Employees Who Receive Tips The updated notice states that if employees’ tips plus the hourly

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Where Do I Hang the Compliance Posters?

Why do I have to post labor law posters? This is a popular question regarding labor law posting requirements. The simple answer is: Because you’re mandated by law to post them. This applies to all businesses with employees on payroll, unless the employee is your spouse. How can I find out which posters need to be displayed in my workplace? You can learn which posters are required for your business

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New Unemployment Insurance Notice for Iowa

The Iowa Workforce Development just issued an update to the agency’s Unemployment Insurance notice, which has a new publication date of 8/18. You know what that means, don’t you? A new poster will shortly be on its way to our customers in Iowa. Details of the Unemployment Insurance (UI) Notice Certain elements of the UI notice have not changed, such as the following information: Employees who become unemployed may be

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4 Tell-Tale Signs of a Labor Law Compliance Scam

  After 28 years as a reputable labor law poster provider, we’ve seen our fair share of unscrupulous business practices. With scare tactics, aggressive phone calls, and threatening mailers, a labor law compliance scam can lead well-meaning business owners to spend money on a labor law poster (or posters) that they don’t even need. Our ultimate goal is for your business to be labor law poster compliant, so whether you

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New Penalty Amounts on Virginia's Safety & Health Notice

Roughly a year ago, we reported that Virginia’s Department of Labor and Industry (DLI) had released an update to the Occupational Safety and Health (VOSH) law, based on federal OSHA penalty requirements. Businesses in Virginia should be aware that the state has updated the penalties once again, and the Job Safety & Health Protection notice, which must be posted by all Virginia employers, has a new date of August 2018.

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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

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O-O-Oklahoma's Discrimination Notice Has Just Been Updated

Sooner than later, employers in the Sooner State must post a new Discrimination notice due to a recent update issued by the Oklahoma Office of the Attorney General.   What’s New and What’s the Same? Certain descriptions of discrimination, harassment, and retaliation that appeared on the previous notice have been streamlined on the new Discrimination notice; however, the discrimination categories remain the same. Discrimination in employment based on race, color,

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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

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Two New Laws for New York City—New Poster Coming Soon

  Due to the recent passage of two New York City laws—the Temporary Schedule Change Law and the Stop Sexual Harassment Act—our NYC poster is getting quite a makeover! Keep reading to find out employer requirements and employee benefits related to these laws. Temporary Schedule Change Law The NYC Department of Consumer Affairs has released a notice for the Temporary Schedule Change Law, which has an effective date of July

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