Two New Labor Law Poster Updates for State of Michigan

There’s a lot happening in The Great Lakes State! Since the start of 2020, Michigan’s Department of Labor and Opportunity has issued updates to two labor law notices. The state’s Youth Employment Standards notice was the first to be updated, followed closely by the Unemployment Compensation notice. Below we’ve outlined all the new details employers need to know.   Youth Employment Standards The updated notice, which has a new revision

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Child Labor Law Requirements in New Jersey

New Jersey’s Department of Labor and Workforce Development recently updated the Child Labor Law Abstract notice with new requirements for certain working minors. While the notice was issued in August, it has a publication date of 7/19. Updates to Labor Law for Minors Federal Minimum Wage Requirement The notice now states that New Jersey employers who are subject to the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) must pay the federal minimum

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New Rules for Employment of Minors in Maryland

Maryland’s Department of Labor, Licensing, and Regulation (DLLR) has issued new requirements related to the employment of minors. The Minor Fact Sheet, which must be posted by every employer who employs minors, has been updated to reflect these changes. It includes additional occupations that are forbidden to all minors, as well as new restrictions for minors 14 and 15 years of age. The fact sheet has a new revision date

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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 in 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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New Requirements Added to Kentucky's Child Labor Laws Notice

The Kentucky Labor Cabinet just released an update to the state’s Child Labor Laws notice, which has a new publication date of 5/1/2018. This means it’s time for employers in Kentucky to order a new state poster for their workplaces. New Child Labor Rules For Minors 16 & 17 Years Old Minors who are 16 & 17 years old may now work up to 32.5 hours in a week when

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Tennessee Updates Wage Regulations/Child Labor Notice

The State of Tennessee just released an update to its Wage Regulations Act/Child Labor Act notice, which has a new revision date of 8/17. Details of the Changes The Tennessee Department of Labor and Workforce Development (DLWD) now requires that all wages due to employees in private employment be paid “not less frequently than once per month,” which translates to at least once per month. Previously, wages were required to

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An Update to Maine’s Child Labor Laws Means a New Poster Is Required

The State of Maine just updated its Child Labor Laws notice, which has a revision date of 7/17. Read on to see what changes have been made by the Department of Labor. Updates to the Notice The Child Labor Laws now provide protections for people under the age of 18 in both agricultural and nonagricultural jobs. Prior to this update, only nonagricultural jobs were included. While 14- and 15-year-olds may

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Indiana Updates the Teen Work Hour Restrictions Poster

The state of Indiana has made numerous mandatory changes to the Teen Work Hour Restrictions poster, and it is now time to update your state labor law posters for Indiana locations. Changes to the Poster First, there have been changes to the maximum hours that a minor may work. For 16 and 17-year-olds, the poster now differentiates between “Your work permit allows you to work” and “With parental permission you

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New Jersey Child Labor Poster Changes but Previous Version Still OK

The New Jersey Child Labor Law Abstract poster has been updated but the previous version of this NJ labor law poster is still valid. The New Jersey Department of Labor Wage and Hour Division stated that the change dated 12/13 is not required because the updated information was not legislatively imposed.  The DOL confirmed that the 9/09 version on our New Jersey state poster is still in compliance. The change

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Maine Updates Child Labor Poster; New ME Labor Law Poster Required

The latest required change to the Maine labor law poster is on the Child Labor Laws poster. New information has been added to the Recordkeeping section requiring employers to record the schedules and hours worked by minors. Also, superintendents must certify academic standing for work permits for minors under 16, and minors under 14 may not work in most businesses under federal law. We are publishing an updated ME state

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