New Law for North Carolina—Poster Coming Soon

North Carolina’s Department of Labor (DOL) just updated its Wage and Hour poster, which has a revision date of 11/17. The poster includes a new section, Employee Classification, and an update to the Right-to-Work information. The DOL has also added icons to reflect that people can follow the department on social media. Changes to Wage and Hour Laws New Employee Classification Law Based on the passage of the Employee Fair

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North Carolina Updates OSHA and Workers Comp Posters; New NC Labor Law Poster Required

The latest required changes to the North Carolina labor law poster are on the OSHA and Workers Compensation posters. There have been significant changes to the OSHA poster on the ‘Accident and Fatality Reporting’ section (previously called ‘Reporting Accidents’) for work-related incidents. It specifies that any fatality must be reported within 8 hours and any in-patient hospitalization, any amputation, or any loss of an eye of one or more employees must be

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North Carolina Adds New Unemployment Poster; New NC Labor Law Poster Required

The latest required change to the North Carolina labor law poster is a new unemployment poster titled “Certificate of Coverage and Notice to Workers as to Benefit Rights”. The poster issued by the NC Division of Employment Security includes new information about unemployment insurance benefits and disqualification for benefits if unemployment is caused by a labor dispute. We are publishing an updated North Carolina state poster with this latest change. 

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North Carolina & Virginia Labor Law Posters Change but Previous Versions OK

A new North Carolina labor law poster and a new Virginia safety poster have been issued, but the previous versions of both required state labor law posters are still valid.  North Carolina:  No update required for Workers Compensation section of NC Department of Labor Workplace Laws poster.  Minor change to information that explains requirement to post the NC Workers Compensation Notice, and revision date changed to 4/11.  Virginia:  No update

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North Carolina Workers Compensation Poster Updated

The latest required change to the North Carolina labor law poster is on the NC workers compensation poster. Information has changed about available assistance with Safety Education Training from the North Carolina Industrial Commission, which is no longer provided at no cost. We confirmed with the NC Industrial Commission that employers must update this poster.  We are currently updating our North Carolina labor law poster with this latest change.  For

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North Carolina Minimum Wage Poster Change is Not Required

The North Carolina Department of Labor recently issued a revised Wage and Hour Notice to Employees poster, but it is not a required change. New language was added to the minimum wage poster explaining employment at will, but the date remains the same (8/09). The NCDOL website currently displays a highlighted message stating that the new language does not make the previous 2009 poster obsolete. The 8/09 version of the

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North Carolina Adds Youth Employment Laws and Labor Law Poster Update

Youth employment has been getting lots of attention in North Carolina.   Two bills affecting youth employment were passed by the North Carolina General Assembly in 2009, and new youth employment information has been added to the North Carolina Labor Law Poster.   House Bill 23, which went into effect Dec. 1, 2009, increases civil penalties for child labor violations.  The previous penalty was up to $250 per violation.  The new penalty

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Revisions Made to North Carolina Labor Law Poster - Worker's Compensation Poster

The Worker’s Compensation poster for North Carolina has been rewritten to include new requirements for employers and their employees who suffer a work-related injury or occupational disease. The mandatory labor law poster states that employees should immediately file a claim with the North Carolina Industrial Commission for any work-related injury or occupational disease. The term “occupational disease” replaces “work-related illness” on the previous workers’ compensation poster. North Carolina employers must

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Minimum Wage Increase Included in Revised North Carolina Labor Law

A revised mandatory North Carolina labor law poster includes an increase in the state’s minimum wage from $6.15 per hour to $6.55 per hour effective July 24, 2008. The Wage and Hour poster has also been revised to include a decrease in the amount that employers are allowed to pay tipped employees — from not less than $2.43 per hour to not less than $2.13 per hour. This amount decreased

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