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New Workers' Comp Requirement for Florida Employers

Florida’s Division of Workers’ Compensation has released a new Workers’ Comp Works For You notice, which has a posting requirement. All employers who secure the payment of workers’ compensation are required to post the new notice in their workplaces. History of the Workers’ Compensation Notice Here’s some history on the Workers’ Comp Works for You (a.k.a. “Broken Arm”) notice, which was on our poster several years ago. In December 2009,

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Labor Law Poster Updates in 2019

2019 is well under way, and there have already been plenty of labor law poster updates. We’ve compiled a list of all the changes that have come into effect so far this year. Be sure to check out the list and make sure your posters are still in compliance. If they’re not, we offer the latest mandatory labor law notices on our federal, state, and city/county labor law posters.  

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California DFEH Updates Family Care and Medical Leave Notice

California’s Department of Fair Employment and Housing (DFEH) has just issued an update to the Family Care and Medical Leave notice, which has a revision date of March 2019. This long-awaited update includes information on the New Parent Leave Act (NPLA), which went into effect on Jan. 1, 2018, as well as new details of the California Family Rights Act of 1993 (CFRA). Update to California Family Rights Act Leave 

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Specialty Notices – Free Labor Law Posters for 2019

Did you know that your labor law posting requirements could go beyond posting an all-in-one state and federal labor law poster? Depending on location, industry, and/or number of employees, employers may also be required to display specialty labor law posters. Our Free Labor Law Posters page provides specialty notices that may be required by your state or industry.  Businesses in states such as California and New York are required to display

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City of Santa Fe Issues 2019 Living Wage Notice

The City of Santa Fe, New Mexico has released the updated Living Wage notice for 2019. As required by the City of Santa Fe Living Wage Ordinance, the wage is adjusted annually on March 1, based on the increase in the Consumer Price Index. 2019 Living Wage Adjustment Effective March 1, 2019, all employees, including part-time and temporary workers, must be paid Santa Fe’s adjusted living wage of at least

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New Teen Work Hour Restrictions for Indiana

Indiana’s Department of Labor has issued an update to the Teen Work Hour Restrictions notice, which provides the maximum hours minors are permitted to work and on which days of the week. As stated on the notice, only employers who hire minors who are 14, 15, 16, or 17 years of age are required to post the notice in their workplaces. What’s New for 14- and 15-Year-Olds? The notice now

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July 1 Minimum Wage Increase for City of Los Angeles

On July 1, 2019, employers in the City of Los Angeles must pay their employees an increased minimum wage, in accordance with the city’s Minimum Wage Ordinance. Details of the Minimum Wage Minimum Wage Requirements Under the ordinance, City of Los Angeles employers are subject to annual minimum wage adjustments every July 1, with different rates based on employer size and certain other factors. Beginning July 1, 2019, the following

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Maine Updates Employment Security (Unemployment) Notice

Maine’s Department of Labor has just issued an update to the Employment Security notice, which has a revision date of 3/2019. The notice provides information for full- and part-time workers related to filing for Unemployment Insurance (UI) benefits. Employment Security Update New Info for Aliens No, we’re not talking about extraterrestrial beings! The “Aliens” section of the notice has new information for workers who are not U.S. citizens. The agency

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San Francisco's Minimum Wage Is on the Rise Again

Details of the Minimum Wage Minimum Wage Requirements On July 1, 2019, employers in the City of San Francisco will be required to pay their employees an increased minimum wage of at least $15.59 per hour. This increase pertains to adult and minor employees who work 2 or more hours per week in the city, including part-time and temporary workers. Under the San Francisco Minimum Wage Ordinance, the following employees

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It's FAQ Time Again — More Answers to Common Poster Compliance Questions

Q: What are my labor law poster requirements? A: Labor law poster requirements are set by federal, state, and local government agencies. Specific posting requirements vary based on a range of factors; for example, the nature of an employer’s business, the business size, the business location, and the languages spoken by the employees. Q: How should I handle labor law posters for remote employees? A: Businesses with remote workers have

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