Poster Compliance Center Blog

Don’t Risk Your Federal Contract

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As a federal contractor or subcontractor, trying to ensure compliance with posting requirements can be a complex, time-consuming, and confusing task. Not only must federal contractors meet the same federal and state requirements that all private companies must adhere to, but federal contractors must also meet the same requirements as federal government agencies. Considering non-compliance […]

How the CCPA Affects California Companies

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Generally, the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) protects all the “personal information” belonging to “consumers.” The term “consumers” refers to California residents, and the term “personal information” has an expansive definition that refers to any individually identifiable data about the users.   Not all companies are covered by the CCPA. Businesses located in and outside […]

Workplace Tools & Safety

Workplace Safety & Tools

Are you providing your employees with the right tools and safety procedures at work? No matter which industry your company falls into—whether it’s construction, hospitality, finance, retail, health care, or financial services—it’s important for you to offer your employees the tools they need to do their job. When employees have the right tools, it creates […]

Know Your Labor Laws

Avoid a Lawsuit

While ignorance is bliss, it is never an excuse for not knowing the law. In other words, a court will not care whether an employer understood its legal obligations when deciding whether to impose liability for a violation of the law: the court will find that the employer is responsible for knowing, understanding, and complying […]

Do Labor Laws Protect Employee Posts on Social Media?

  Although technology is playing an ever-greater role in the workplace, few labor laws address employee use of social media. However, two federal agencies—the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) and the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB)—have recently provided clarity on the protections afforded employees and their online content.   Both agencies have determined that […]

How the Fair Labor Standards Act—and Its Posting Requirements—Affect Your Business

What Is the Fair Labor Standards Act? The Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) of 1938 is a federal law that governs important wage and hour standards for U.S. employees. It sets the minimum wage, establishes rules for overtime eligibility, regulates child labor, and determines employer recordkeeping requirements. The law applies to full-time and part-time employees […]