New Posting Requirement for DC's Breastfeeding Notice

The District of Columbia’s The Right to Breastfeed notice is now required to be posted and has been added to the Workplace & Business Posters list on the Office of Human Rights (OHR) website. While the notice has been available for some time, it was only recently designated a mandatory posting. Employees’ Rights & Employers’ Responsibilities Under the amended DC Human Rights Act of 1977, employers are required to give

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DC Updates Protecting Pregnant Workers Fairness Act Notice

The District of Columbia’s Office of Human Rights has released an update to the Protecting Pregnant Workers Fairness Act notice, which has a revision date of 1/3/19. The notice includes new information on what happens after an employee files an accommodation or discrimination violation complaint against an employer. New Process for Handling Complaints Employees who believe their employer has denied then a reasonable accommodation or discriminated against them due to

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Washington DC’s Minimum Wage Is On the Rise

The minimum wage in Washington DC is set to increase on July 1, 2017, and every July 1 through 2020. The poster announcing these minimum wage rates has already been released. Wages for tipped employees have also been included on the poster. Current and Future Minimum Wage Rates DC’s minimum wage will increase to $12.50 per hour on July 1, 2017, to $13.25 per hour on July 1, 2018, to

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Washington DC Creates Pregnant Workers Poster and Updates Unemployment Poster; New DC Labor Law Posters Required

The latest required changes to the Washington, DC labor law poster are on the Protecting Pregnant Workers and Unemployment Compensation posters. First, DC has created a new poster based on the Protecting Pregnant Workers Fairness Act that went into effect in March of 2015. This new notice describes reasonable accommodations for pregnancy, childbirth, breastfeeding, or related medical conditions. The notice defines reasonable accommodation as “one that does not require significant

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Washington, DC Updates 3 Posters; New DC Labor Law Poster Required

The latest required changes to the Washington, DC labor law poster are on the Equal Employment Opportunity, Family and Medical Leave Act, Parental Leave Act, and Wage Theft Prevention posters. DC has added a new required Wage Theft Prevention poster. This poster outlines information about the Wage Theft Prevention Act of 2014. There is also new information on the Equal Employment Opportunity poster. Under the DC Human Rights Act, language

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Washington DC Updates Minimum Wage and Sick Leave Posters; New DC Labor Law Poster Required

The latest required changes to the Washington DC labor law poster are on the Minimum Wage and Accrued Sick and Safe Leave posters. New wage information has been added to the Minimum Wage poster.  The minimum wage will increase to $9.50 effective July 1, 2014, then to $10.50 effective July 1, 2015, and then to $11.50 effective July 1, 2016. Additionally, wages will increase annually based on the Consumer Price Index

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CA, DC, WI Labor Law Posters Change but Previous Versions OK

The California Unemployment poster, Washington DC Minimum Wage poster and Wisconsin Fair Employment poster have been updated, but the previous versions of these required state labor law posters are still valid. California:  No update required for Unemployment Insurance/ Disability Insurance/ Paid Family Leave poster.  Minor change to contact information. Change from Revision 40 to Revision 41.  Same revision date (12/12). Washington DC:  No update required for Minimum Wage poster.  Address

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Washington, D.C. Updates Accrued Leave Poster for Employers with Spanish-Speaking Employees

Washington, D.C. has updated its Accrued Sick & Safe Leave Act labor law poster by adding the Spanish version.  However, the District has informed us that only employers with employees who have limited English proficiency must post in Spanish. The Sick Leave poster will not be updated on our D.C. labor law poster since the Spanish section is not required for all employers. For more information about the D.C. labor law

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Washington DC Updates Equal Opportunity Poster; New DC Labor Law Poster Required

The latest required change to the Washington DC labor law poster is on the Equal Employment Opportunity poster. New discrimination categories on the DC Equal Opportunity poster include:  familial status, source of income, status as victim of intrafamily offense and place of residence or business. We are publishing an updated Washington DC poster with this latest change.  For more information about the DC labor law poster or to learn more

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Washington DC Adds New Employment Poster

 A new employment poster called “The Right to Breastfeed” is the latest addition to the poster requirements for the Washington DC labor law poster. The mandatory poster is issued by the District of Columbia Office of Human Rights.  It provides a summary of the following information: Rights of women to breastfeed their children under the amended District of Columbia Human Rights Act of 1977 Employer responsibilities How employees can file

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