Deadline Is Here for New CA Workers’ Comp Poster

The deadline is here for posting the new version of the California Workers’ Compensation poster.  The updated “Notice to Employees – Injuries Caused by Work” poster must be posted by this Friday, Oct. 8, according to the California Division of Workers’ Compensation. The revised poster includes many changes about Medical Provider Networks (MPNs) and employee information regulations. For more details about the change to the CA labor law poster, go

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2011 Ohio Labor Law Poster Will Include New Minimum Wage Increase

The Ohio minimum wage will increase by 10 cents – from $7.30 to $7.40 – as of Jan.1, 2011, according to the Ohio Department of Commerce Division of Industrial Compliance and Labor. A new Ohio labor law poster including the 2011 minimum wage increase will be issued in the near future. The minimum wage for tipped employees will also increase – from $3.65 to $3.70 per hour, plus tips. The

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Oregon Labor Law Poster To Include 2011 Minimum Wage Increase

A 10-cent increase in the Oregon minimum wage will go into effect Jan. 1 as part of an annual adjustment for inflation, according to an official announcement from the Oregon Labor Commissioner.  This will bring the state rate from $8.40 to $8.50 per hour. Oregon is the first of the eight states that have a minimum wage adjustment for inflation every Jan. 1 to announce a minimum wage increase.  The

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New CA Workers’ Comp Poster Must Be Up By Oct. 8

The new version of the California Workers’ Compensation poster must be posted by Oct. 8, according to the California Division of Workers’ Compensation. The revised poster, called “Notice to Employees – Injuries Caused by Work”, includes many changes because of recently amended Medical Provider Network (MPN) and employee information regulations for the California workers’ compensation laws. For more details about the change, go to the Poster Compliance Center Labor Law

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Federal FMLA Law Changed; Labor Law Poster Change to Follow

Q:  Was a change in the federal FMLA signed on Oct. 28, 2009 (Law #111-84 Section 565)? A: Yes.  On Oct. 28, 2009, the President signed into law Public Law 111-84, Section 565, which amended the federal FMLA.  This was part of the National Defense Authorization Act for FY 2010. The amendments expanded FMLA military family leave provisions, but changes to the federal FMLA poster are not expected until after new

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No Labor Law Poster Requirement for New Florida Law

Q:  Is HB 7069 in Florida a mandatory labor law change? A:  Florida HB 7069 went into effect August 1.  It increases background screening requirements for individuals with access to vulnerable persons such as children, seniors and the disabled. At this time there are no Florida labor law poster requirements for the new law, but we will continue to monitor the state requirements for any future changes. If you need

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Washington Changes OSHA Labor Law Poster But Previous Version Still OK

You may have heard that a new “Job Safety and Health Law” poster has been issued by the Washington State Department of Labor & Industries (L&I).  Although the safety poster is a required Washington labor law poster, the new July 2010 revision is not a required change and the previous version of the poster – December 2008 – is still valid.  More detail has been added in the “Fatality and

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Michigan Changes Safety Labor Law Poster But Previous Version OK

Michigan has updated its “New or Revised MSDS” labor law poster but employers are not required to change their posters. Minor changes on the MSDS  safety poster include the new name of the Michigan Department of Energy, Labor and Economic Growth (DELEG), and a new date of 7-10.  The poster is issued by the Michigan Occupational Safety & Health Administration (MIOSHA), a division of the Michigan DELEG. If you still need

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Is IRS Withholding Notice Required on Federal Labor Law Poster?

Q:  Is an IRS withholding notice required on the federal labor law poster? A: There is an IRS publication called “Check Your Withholding”, but it is an IRS instructional form – not a labor law poster – and it is not required on the federal labor law poster. If you have other questions about state or federal labor law poster requirements, go to www.postercompliance.com or call Poster Compliance Center at 1-800-322-3636.

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Wisconsin Updates Discrimination Labor Law Poster

The latest required change on the Wisconsin labor law poster is found on the Wisconsin discrimination poster called Fair Employment Law. A new discrimination category has been added to the 16 existing categories on the discrimination poster. It states that employees and job applicants who decline to participate in religious or political meetings or communications cannot be discriminated against. For more information about the Wisconsin labor law poster or to

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