Iowa Job Safety and Health, Minimum Wage Posters Updated

The Iowa Job Safety and Health poster has been rewritten with new information for both employers and employees, while the state’s Minimum Wage poster has been updated with specific dollar amounts for certain types of employment The mandatory Job Safety and Health poster issued by Iowa Workforce Development now states that employees have the right to copies of their medical records or records of their exposure to toxic and harmful

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Revised Discrimination Poster Issued for Nevada

A revised mandatory labor law poster has been issued that includes new definitions for those who are subject to Nevada’s laws prohibiting discrimination. The discrimination poster issued by the Nevada Equal Rights Commission now states that employers and businesses offering services to the public may not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, sex (gender and/or orientation), religion or disability. In addition, the revised Nevada labor law poster

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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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New 2009 Minimum Wage Included in Updated Ohio Labor Law Poster

A revised Ohio labor law poster issued by the Ohio Department of Commerce includes an increase in the state’s minimum wage from $7 per hour to $7.30 per hour effective Jan 1, 2009. Ohio’s minimum wage is adjusted for inflation every January 1. The mandatory minimum wage poster also includes an increase for tipped employees – from a minimum wage of $3.50 per hour to $3.65 per hour. Employers who

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Updated Maryland Labor Law Poster to Include New Recordkeeping Requirements

A revised Equal Pay for Equal Work Maryland labor law poster includes a new requirement that Maryland employers keep records of employees’ racial classification and gender in addition to the existing categories of wages and job classifications. The Maryland Commissioner of Labor may analyze the records to determine any pay disparity among employees. Poster Compliance Center has the new Maryland labor law poster available, www.postercompliance.com.

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New Minimum Wage Included in Revised Colorado Labor Law Poster

A mandatory Colorado labor law poster issued by the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment includes an increase in the state’s minimum wage from $7.02 per hour to $7.28 per hour effective July 1, 2009. The Colorado minimum wage is adjusted annually for inflation at the end of each year and goes into effect on January 1 of the next year. Colorado’s Minimum Wage Order 25 Poster also includes an

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New Minimum Wage Included in Revised Arizona labor law poster

Arizona has increased its minimum wage from $6.90 per hour to $7.25 per hour effective Jan. 1, 2009. The new minimum wage, which is adjusted every January 1 by any increase in the cost of living, is included in a mandatory Arizona labor law poster issued by the Industrial Commission of Arizona. Arizona has also revised its mandatory Unemployment Insurance poster to include a new section stating that the Arizona

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New 2009 Minimum Wage Included in Updated Oregon Labor Law Poster

An increase in Oregon’s minimum wage from $7.95 per hour to $8.40 per hour effective Jan. 1, 2009 through Dec. 31, 2009 is included in a mandatory Oregon labor law poster issued by the Oregon Bureau of Labor and Industries. The 2009 minimum wage increase is the result of a ballot measure passed by Oregon voters in 2002. That measure requires an annual minimum wage adjustment to be made each

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New Jersey Employers Must Post New Family Leave Benefits Poster

New Jersey employers must display a new labor law poster concerning Family Leave Insurance provisions of the state’s Temporary Disability Benefits Law that provide for payments beginning on July 1, 2009. New Jersey will provide up to six weeks of Family Leave Insurance benefits for covered employees to bond with newborns or newly adopted children and to care for a family member with a serious health condition. The new law

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New York Employers Must Post New Correction Law Poster

New York employers must display a new labor law poster relating to the employment and licensing of persons with prior criminal convictions under a law that goes into effect on Feb. 1, 2009. The New York Corrections Law prohibits unfair discrimination against persons who have been convicted of one or more criminal offenses. It also outlines a number of factors to be considered by an employer concerning an employee’s previous

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