Unemployment Insurance Updates for South Carolina

Our South Carolina poster is in the process of being updated once more, due to a revision to the state’s Unemployment Insurance notice, which is issued by the Department of Employment and Workforce (DEW). Back in July 2018, we published updates related to Safety & Health (OSHA) and employment discrimination. What’s Happening Now? Changes to Unemployment Insurance Benefits The updated Unemployment Insurance notice has a new look due to the

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Stop the Presses—South Carolina Updates Safety & Health Notice

South Carolina’s Department of Labor, Licensing, and Regulation just issued an update to the state’s Safety and Health Protection on the Job notice, which has a revision date of July 2018. We recently reported that our South Carolina poster was being updated to include information on the new Pregnancy Accommodations Act, which appears on the state’s revised Employment Discrimination notice. We are pleased to tell our customers that our trusty

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New Pregnancy Accommodations for Employees in South Carolina

On May 17, 2018, the Governor of South Carolina signed the Pregnancy Accommodations Act, an amendment to the state’s Human Affairs Law. The South Carolina Human Affairs Commission (SCHAC) has just released a major update to the Employment Discrimination notice, which includes information about the new Pregnancy Accommodations Act, as well as additional requirements of the Human Affairs Law. Workplace Discrimination Protections Reasonable Accommodations Employers are required to provide reasonable

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Q&A: South Carolina Right to Work Labor Law Poster

Q: Are employers required to post South Carolina’s Right to Work poster separately even though the law is also included on SC’s Labor Law Abstract poster? A: Although the mandatory Labor Law Abstract poster covers the state’s Right to Work law, SC recently issued a separate Right to Work poster, entitled “Your Rights As An Employee in South Carolina.” The state informed us that posting of this additional notice is

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South Carolina Updates Mandatory OSHA Poster; New SC Labor Law Poster Required

South Carolina has updated its Safety & Health (OSHA) poster with a revision date of July 2012. The new mandatory poster includes information on filing  complaints along with a new SC OSHA website address. Also included are changes to how government employees can file a discrimination complaint. We are publishing an updated version of our SC poster that will include this change as well as the recent change to the

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South Carolina Updates Right-to-Work Law; New SC Labor Law Poster Required

South Carolina has updated its mandatory Labor Law Abstract poster due to recent revisions to state law. The “Right-to-Work” section now includes an increased fine of between $1,000 and $10,000 and/or imprisonment for not less than 10 days or more than 30 days.  The previous poster included a fine of not more than $100 per violation. Violation of this law by either an employer or labor organization is now classified

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South Carolina Changes Labor Law Abstract; New Poster Required

The latest required change to the South Carolina labor law poster is on the SC Labor Law Abstract poster. New information in the “Immigrant Worker” section of the Labor Law Abstract states that all South Carolina employers must enroll in the federal E-Verify program as of Jan. 1, 2012. Employers must use E-Verify to verify the employment eligibility of new employees. Failure to use E-Verify for verification will result in

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South Carolina Adds Wage Payment Requirement to Labor Law Poster

The latest required change on the South Carolina labor law poster is found on the S.C. Labor Law Abstract poster. Employers must keep records of wages paid for three years, according to new information in the “Payment of Wages” section of the state labor law poster. The website address for the Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation has also been updated on the state labor law poster. For more information

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Immigrant Worker Information Added to South Carolina Labor Law Poster

An “Immigrant Worker” section has been added to South Carolina’s Labor Law poster to provide information about verifying the legal status of new employees. The South Carolina Illegal Immigration and Reform Act requires all employers to verify the legal status of new employees. The law prohibits employment of any worker who is not legally in the United States and authorized to work in this country. The mandatory labor law poster (previously called

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