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New Minimum Wage Ordinance & Poster for Daly City, CA

As of February 13, 2019, employers in Daly City are subject to the provisions of the city’s new Minimum Wage Ordinance, which was adopted by the City Council on January 14, 2019. Like many other local ordinances in California, Daly City’s new ordinance puts the city on a path to a $15 minimum wage by January 1, 2021. Details of the Minimum Wage Ordinance 2019 Minimum Wage and Beyond Daily

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Virginia Issues Update to Earned Income Tax Credit Notice

Virginia’s Federal Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) notice for tax year 2018 has just been released with a revision date of 11-2018. As we reported last month in our Virginia blog about the change to the VOSH (Safety & Health) law, we were not anticipating the EITC notice to be available until sometime in March. Because the notice has been issued early, our updated Virginia poster (coming soon to a

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Michigan Releases Minimum Wage & Paid Medical Leave Notices

A few weeks ago, we reported on the new Minimum Wage and Paid Medical Leave (PML) laws for the State of Michigan. We are pleased to report that the notices for both laws have been released, with publication dates of 1/2019. Details of the Updated Minimum Wage Law Minimum Wage Increases Based on the new law, the Minimum Wage notice now includes the following stepped increases over a period of

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Four Common Poster Compliance Questions

If you’re in charge of poster compliance, you probably have questions about your federal and state labor law posters, as well as city and county posters. This confusing yet important aspect of compliance is riddled with misinformation and uncertainties. The good news is there are professionals who specialize in poster compliance and know the correct answers to these questions. Let’s take a look at the four most common questions we

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Your Partner in Poster Compliance

Maintaining full poster compliance year-round is no easy task—especially as your business grows and you enter new compliance brackets. Factor in variances in state and federal law, which impact multi-state operations, and you’ve got your hands full just trying to wrap your head around the basics. With an average of 2 to 3 mandatory changes per year, are free labor law poster downloads the most optimal way to maintain labor

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Another Safety & Health Update for Virginia

Employers in Virginia won’t be surprised to hear that the state’s Department of Labor and Industry (DLI) has released an update to the Job Safety & Health Protection notice. What’s New for Safety & Health? The notice features a new requirement for public sector employers, as well as a new publication date of January 2019. Previously exempt public sector employers—including all departments, agencies, institutions, or other political subdivisions of the

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New Jersey Issues Update to Earned Sick Leave Notice

Back in October 2018, we reported on New Jersey’s 2019 minimum wage and the state’s new Earned Sick Leave law. Lo and behold, we must now report that New Jersey’s Department of Labor and Workforce Development has issued an updated version of the Earned Sick Leave (ESL) notice with a new publication date of 1/19. As such, employers in New Jersey are required to post the newly issued ESL notice

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DC Updates Protecting Pregnant Workers Fairness Act Notice

The District of Columbia’s Office of Human Rights has released an update to the Protecting Pregnant Workers Fairness Act notice, which has a revision date of 1/3/19. The notice includes new information on what happens after an employee files an accommodation or discrimination violation complaint against an employer. New Process for Handling Complaints Employees who believe their employer has denied then a reasonable accommodation or discriminated against them due to

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Paid Family & Medical Leave in Washington State

The State of Washington’s Paid Family & Medical Leave (PFML) is an insurance program funded via premiums paid by both employers and employees. While the program was enacted in 2017, benefits won’t be available to employees until January 1, 2020. However, employers have responsibilities that began on January 1, 2019. What Employers Need to Know Employer Obligations The PFML program applies to nearly all Washington employers, including small businesses, state

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  In case you hadn’t already heard, we’ve crafted the ideal solution to ensure you don’t need to worry about poster compliance anymore. We understand that you’re busy running a business, so we’ve made it our business to keep your compliance posters up-to-date. The solution is called OneSystem, and if you sign up now you’ll receive tremendous savings with our New Year discount. There have been over 20 states with

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