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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Iowa Updates Unemployment Poster; New IA Labor Law Poster Required

Iowa has updated its Unemployment Insurance poster with a new revision date of 9/12. This new required labor law poster includes: New method for filing unemployment insurance claims, called IowaWORKS Access Point, has been added to 3 existing options. IowaWORKS Centers (formerly called Iowa Workforce Development Centers) reduced from 55 locations to 19. We are publishing a new Iowa labor law poster with this latest change. For more information about the

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Iowa, Ohio State Labor Law Posters Change but Previous Versions Still OK

A new Iowa safety poster and an Ohio equal employment poster have been issued, but the previous versions of both required state labor law posters are still valid.  Iowa:  No update required for Job Safety and Health (IOSH).  Poster changes are expanded zip code for federal OSHA regional office and new revision date of 2/11.  Ohio:  No update required for Equal Employment Opportunity.  Poster changes are removal of governor’s name

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New Iowa Warn Act Requires Written Notice But Not a Labor Law Poster

Iowa has joined more than a dozen other states that have passed Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification (WARN) laws supplementing the federal law. The Iowa bill was signed into law on March 22, and goes into effect on July 1. The legislation requires employers to provide 30 days written notice of business closings and mass layoffs or face penalties.  However, the law does not require a new Iowa labor law

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Iowa Job Safety and Health, Minimum Wage Posters Updated

The Iowa Job Safety and Health poster has been rewritten with new information for both employers and employees, while the state’s Minimum Wage poster has been updated with specific dollar amounts for certain types of employment The mandatory Job Safety and Health poster issued by Iowa Workforce Development now states that employees have the right to copies of their medical records or records of their exposure to toxic and harmful

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