Workers' Compensation Update for Missouri

Missouri’s Workers’ Compensation notice has undergone revisions that include new requirements for both employees and employers. The notice has a revision date of 7/19. Changes to Workers’ Compensation New Requirements for Employees The initial steps employees in the Show-Me State are required to take after being injured on the job have been revised. Employees must provide written notice to employers within 30 days of an “accident,” or 30 days “after

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Final Minimum Wage Notice for City of Emeryville, CA

The City of Emeryville has published a final version of its Minimum Wage notice, which supersedes the previous notice the city issued in July, and then quickly removed from the Minimum Wage Ordinance webpage. It’s complicated, so please bear with us! Current and Previous Minimum Wage Rates Beginning July 1, 2019, the City of Emeryville no longer has separate minimum wage rates for large and small employers. The final Minimum

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Revisions to Arkansas Minimum Wage Notice

The Arkansas Department of Labor & Licensing (DLL) has issued an update to the Minimum Wage notice, which has a revision date of 8/2019. While there are quite a few changes to the notice, employers should note that the minimum wage and tipped wage rates for 2019 have not changed. Details of the Updates Wage Recovery For willful violations of the Minimum Wage Act, employees seeking to recover unpaid wages

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South Dakota's Unemployment Insurance Has a New Name

South Dakota’s Unemployment Insurance Division has undergone a name change and is now called the Reemployment Assistance Division, due to the passage of House Bill 1035 during the state’s 2019 legislative session.  What’s New and What Stayed the Same? As a result of this change, the former Unemployment notice on our poster is now titled Reemployment Assistance, and all references to “unemployment insurance” on the notice have been updated to

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Paid Sick Leave Coming Soon to Dallas, Texas

The City of Dallas has released a Paid Sick Leave (PSL) notice in both English and Spanish, outlining details of the new ordinance. Employers should make sure they are prepared prior to the August 1, 2019 effective date. Details of the PSL Ordinance Accrual of Paid Sick Leave As of August 1, 2019: Employers with 16 or more employees in the past 12 months must provide 1 hour of PSL

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New Posting Requirement for DC's Breastfeeding Notice

The District of Columbia’s The Right to Breastfeed notice is now required to be posted and has been added to the Workplace & Business Posters list on the Office of Human Rights (OHR) website. While the notice has been available for some time, it was only recently designated a mandatory posting. Employees’ Rights & Employers’ Responsibilities Under the amended DC Human Rights Act of 1977, employers are required to give

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Recent Labor Law Changes in Nevada

The Silver State has released a slew of changes to its labor law notices, including updates to the Annual Minimum Wage Bulletin for 2019 and the Rules to Be Observed by Employers notice. Plus, two brand-new notices have been issued: Notice to Employer that Employee is Sick or Sustained Injury and Paid Leave. Our customers in Nevada are required to display new posters in their places of business. Below we’ve provided

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New Safety and Health (IOSHA) Penalties in Indiana

The Indiana Department of Labor has issued a change to the Safety and Health Protection on the Job notice, adding proposed civil penalties for worker fatalities on the job. As on the previous notice, there is no publication date for this update. Notice to Employees The Safety and Health Protection on the Job notice, also known as the IOSHA notice, includes information on establishing and maintaining a safe and healthy

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New Discrimination in Employment Notice for Colorado

The Colorado Department of Regulatory Agencies has issued an extensive change to the Discrimination notice, which is now focused solely on discrimination in employment. The previous information on discrimination in public accommodations and housing has been removed. Employers should note that the provisions of the Discrimination in Employment law apply to all employers in the Centennial State. Discrimination in Employment—What’s New? Discriminatory or Unfair Employment Practices The notice clarifies that

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Update to Workers' Compensation—Bill of Rights in Georgia

The Peach State has released an update to the Workers’ Compensation—Bill of Rights notice outlining new benefit maximums for employees who are unable to work, or unable to return to the same position as a result of an injury. Also included are new benefit amounts for dependents of an employee who dies as the result of a workplace accident. The notice has a revision date of 7/2019. New Benefit Maximums

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