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 Teen Work Hour Restrictions for Indiana

Indiana’s Department of Labor has issued an update to the Teen Work Hour Restrictions notice, which provides the maximum hours’ minors are permitted to work and on which days of the week. As stated in the notice, only employers who hire minors who are 14, 15, 16, or 17 years of age are required to post the notice in their workplaces. What’s New for 14 and 15-Year-Olds’? The notice now

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Indiana Updates the Teen Work Hour Restrictions Poster

The state of Indiana has made numerous mandatory changes to the Teen Work Hour Restrictions poster, and it is now time to update your state labor law posters for Indiana locations. Changes to the Poster First, there have been changes to the maximum hours that a minor may work. For 16 and 17-year-olds, the poster now differentiates between “Your work permit allows you to work” and “With parental permission you

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Indiana Updates Equal Employment Poster; New IN Labor Law Poster Required

The latest required change to the Indiana labor law poster is on the Equal Employment Opportunity poster. Veteran status has been added as a new protected category. Employers must not fail to hire an applicant based on their status as a veteran. This expanded protection from discrimination now applies to job applicants and educational institutions. In addition, denying reasonable accommodations for religious beliefs is unlawful. We are publishing an updated

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Q&A: Indiana Anti-Discrimination Poster

 Q: Can you tell me if the Indiana Equal Opportunity poster will change to include criminal history as a category of discrimination as a result of the recent passage of HB1033? A: According to the Employment Enforcement Unit of the Indiana Civil Rights Commission, the passage of HB1033 does not affect the Indiana Civil Rights Law by adding an additional protected class of persons. For more information about this state

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KS, IN & MO Labor Law Posters Change but Previous Versions OK

The Kansas Unemployment poster, Indiana Equal Opportunity poster and Missouri Youth Employment poster have been updated, but the previous versions of these required state labor law posters are still valid.  Kansas:  No update required for Unemployment Insurance poster.  Minor change to website address.  New revision date of 11/11.  Indiana:  No update required for Equal Opportunity poster.  Some information reworded; new logo for Indiana Civil Rights Commission.  Revision date removed.  Missouri:  No

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Indiana Updates Unemployment Insurance Labor Law Poster

The latest change on the Indiana labor law poster is about unemployment insurance.  This poster used to be called “Workforce Development Act” but is now called “Unemployment Insurance Laws”.   The unemployment insurance poster lets workers know that they can now go online to find out if they are eligible for unemployment insurance, rather than having to go to the nearest WorkOne office.  The new poster also includes a website address

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