Update on Future Military Family Leave Changes to Federal FMLA Labor Law Poster

Expanded FMLA military family leave provisions were signed into law in October, 2009, but any changes to the federal FMLA labor law poster are not expected until late 2010 at the earliest, according to the U.S. FMLA team. The newest amendments provide qualifying exigency and military caregiver leave for families of covered military members.  These amendments expand on the military family leave rights added to the FMLA in 2008. According

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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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New FMLA Interpretation of Child Will Not Change Federal Labor Law Poster

Q:  Will the new interpretation of “son and daughter” under the federal Family and Medical Leave Act cause a change to the FMLA federal labor law poster? A: We have just learned that the recent Administrator Interpretation that clarifies the definition of “son and daughter” will not cause a change to the federal FMLA poster, according to the U.S. Labor Department Wage and Hour Division, since it is an interpretation

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Louisiana Updates Discrimination Labor Law Posters in 2010

The latest required changes on the Louisiana labor law poster are found on the three Discrimination posters (Genetic, Age and Sickle Cell Trait Discrimination). Employees who believe they have been discriminated against for any of these reasons may contact the Louisiana Commission on Human Rights. This information has been added to all three Discrimination posters for the first time, including contact information for the Commission on Human Rights. For more

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New Jersey Updates Payment of Wages Labor Law Poster

The latest required change on the New Jersey labor law poster is on the Payment of Wages poster. New information states that the New Jersey Commissioner of Labor and Workforce Development may direct any appropriate agency to suspend any licenses held by an employer who was previously given notice and an opportunity for a hearing. The Commissioner is responsible for monitoring and enforcing a new state law (S. 2773) which

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New FMLA Definition of Child Could Affect Federal Labor Law Poster

The U.S. Department of Labor clarified the federal Family and Medical Leave Act definition of “son and daughter”, giving parental rights to all employees who assume the role of caring for a child. The “administrator interpretation” issued by the Labor Department today expands parental rights to family leave beyond those with a legal or biological relationship and includes same-sex partners. Under the FMLA covered employers (those with 50 or more

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New Illinois Minimum Wage Already Included on 2008 State Labor Law Poster

Illinois minimum wage increases July 1 from $8.00 per hour to $8.25 per hour.  This is the final step of a multi-step increase. Employers do not need to change their state labor law poster since the 6/08 version of the Illinois minimum wage poster, which lists the July 1, 2010, increase, is already included on our current Illinois all-in-one state poster with a publication date of 9/08. Illinois first increased

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Nevada Minimum Wage Increases Go Into Effect July 1

Nevada’s minimum wage rate is set to increase on July 1 from $6.55 to $7.25 per hour for employees who receive employer-provided health benefits and from $7.55 to $8.25 per hour for those who do not.  The new minimum wage rates will be included in a labor law poster issued by the Nevada Labor Commissioner. They will be incorporated into a revised Nevada labor law poster from Poster Compliance Center. 

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Nevada Labor Law Poster Will Be Updated with New Minimum Wage Soon

An updated Nevada minimum wage poster with the new July 1 minimum wage rates will be issued on July 1, according to the Nevada Labor Commissioner. The Nevada minimum wage is adjusted annually on July 1 based on any increase in the federal minimum wage or, if greater, by the cumulative increase in the cost of living. Under Nevada law the minimum wage must be $1 more per hour than

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Kansas Updates Unemployment Labor Law Poster

The latest required change to the Kansas labor law poster is an update of the Unemployment poster.  This change happened while our Kansas all-in-one poster was already in production since a new state No Smoking  poster was issued in May.  However, we were able to stop the press and make this second change to our new poster (dated 5-10). The hours for Claim Specialists have been expanded to 7:30 am to

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