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Updated Michigan Minimum Wage Poster Reflects Changes in Minor Rates

An updated Michigan Minimum Wage poster includes new language reflecting two changes in the lowest wage that must be paid to minors 16 and 17 years of age. The mandatory Michigan labor law poster issued by the Michigan Department of Labor & Economic Growth now states that minors must be paid at least $6.29 per hour between July 1, 2008 and July 23, 2008, and $6.55 per hour as of July 24.

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Revised Ohio Equal Employment Poster Includes Military Status as Protected Class

A revised Ohio Equal Employment poster now includes “military status” in a list of protected classes as a result of a new law that went into effect on March 24, 2008. The mandatory Ohio labor law poster, issued by the Ohio Civil Rights Commission, has been completely revised. Wording in the title of the poster has been changed from “Fair Employment” to “Equal Employment Opportunity”. Included in the changes for

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Revised Nevada Unemployment Insurance Poster Includes Online Filing Option

A revised mandatory Nevada labor law poster, Unemployment Insurance notice, includes a new website address for those wanting to file for benefits over the Internet. In addition, employment services are now provided by Nevada JobConnect instead of Nevada Job Link. The new website for filing claims online is included as an option along with three phone numbers for the state’s Telephone Claim Center. The Nevada JobConnect logo has also been added

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Revised Unemployment Insurance Poster Issued for New Hampshire

A revised New Hampshire labor law poster includes new language affirming that the state’s Employment Security department is an Equal Opportunity Employer. The mandatory Unemployment Notice also includes language clarifying the fact that employers pay the tax that is deposited in the Unemployment Compensation Trust Fund from which benefits are paid. In addition, a new website address is listed for anyone wishing to file an unemployment insurance claim over the

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Revised Maryland Employment Discrimination Poster Includes New Categories

A revised Maryland labor law poster that includes new categories for which a qualified person cannot be denied a job has been issued by the Maryland Commission on Human Relations. The mandatory labor law poster now states that a qualified person cannot be denied employment in Maryland for 10 specific reasons, including “religion” and “disability”. The previous poster stated that a person could not be denied employment because of their

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New 2008 Louisiana Labor Law Poster Includes New Eligibility Requirements for Earned Income Credit

A new mandatory Louisiana labor law poster issued by the Louisiana Department of Labor includes new eligibility requirements for employees who wish to sign up for the federal Earned Income (EIC) program. Earned Income Credits are reductions in federal income tax liability for which employees may be eligible if they meet certain requirements. The Louisiana labor law poster has been updated for 2008 to include a new section giving specific income limits for employees

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Alabama Child Labor Laws Poster Includes Both State and Federal Requirements

The Alabama labor law poster issued by the Alabama Department of Labor includes new language that incorporates both state and federal requirements for employers hiring youths in the state. The mandatory employment poster titled “Youth Rules!” has been rewritten in a question and answer format that includes “What Jobs Can I Do?” and “When Can I Work?” sections. The Alabama labor law poster provides answers to these questions for specific age

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Revised New York Labor Law Poster Includes Human Rights New Disability Requirements

A revised New York anti-discrimination poster includes language stating that “reasonable accommodations” may be required in places of public accommodation, resort or amusement for persons with disabilities. The new requirement on the mandatory New York labor law poster is based on a law that went into effect on Jan. 1, 2008. The reasonable accommodation rule for persons with disabilities had previously been established only for the rental, lease or sale

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Updated Oklahoma Labor Law Poster Includes New Penalty Rate

An updated Oklahoma labor law poster includes a new penalty rate that will be assessed against employers who are found to owe wages to an employee. The change in the mandatory Oklahoma Minimum Wage Act poster states that if the Commissioner of Labor finds that wages are due an employee, a penalty of 2% per day up to the total amount of wage claim will be assessed against an employer.

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Minimum Wage, Family Leave, OSHA Revised for 2008 Oregon Labor Law Poster

Revised labor law posters that include a new Oregon minimum wage, changes in the way family leave is granted and a new time period for employees to file a complaint with the federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) have been issued in Oregon. The Oregon labor law poster includes a minimum wage increase in the lowest wage that can be paid in the state from $7.80 per hour to

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