Tucson, AZ Updates Its Discrimination Notice

The City of Tucson, Arizona, often referred to as The Old Pueblo, has updated its Discrimination notice to include new information in the “Who May File a Complaint?” section. All people and businesses subject to the Tucson City Code, Chapter 17, must post the notice in a conspicuous place. Protected Discrimination Categories in Tucson For those of you who may be unfamiliar with the Discrimination notice, under Chapter 17, it

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New Discrimination in Employment Notice for Colorado

The Colorado Department of Regulatory Agencies has issued an extensive change to the Discrimination notice, which is now focused solely on discrimination in employment. The previous information on discrimination in public accommodations and housing has been removed. Employers should note that the provisions of the Discrimination in Employment law apply to all employers in the Centennial State. Discrimination in Employment—What’s New? Discriminatory or Unfair Employment Practices The notice clarifies that

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New Minimum Wage Rates & Discrimination Protections in New York State

December 31st is just around the corner, which means employees in New York State will soon be getting a minimum wage increase. In addition, changes to New York State’s Human Rights Law have resulted in updates to the Discrimination poster. Keep reading to find out all the details. Minimum Wage Rates for Miscellaneous Industries New York State’s Department of Labor (DOL) has just released the Miscellaneous Industry Employees’ minimum wage

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Another Update for California—Workplace Discrimination

Based on new sexual harassment training requirements, California’s Department of Fair Employment and Housing (DFEH) just released an updated version of the Workplace Discrimination and Harassment notice. California posters—featuring the discrimination change as well as the 2019 minimum wage (which we reported on earlier in December)—will soon be on their way to our customers. What Employers Need to Know Workplace Discrimination and Harassment The updated Workplace Discrimination and Harassment notice,

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Delaware Updates Minimum Wage and Discrimination Laws

Effective January 1, 2019, Delaware’s minimum wage is going up, the state’s new youth & training minimum wage goes into effect, and new requirements related to unlawful sexual harassment will be enforced. Wow! There’s a lot going on in Delaware, but our customers can rest easy because the new state poster will soon be on its way to their places of business. In the meantime, here’s some information that all

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Oklahoma's Discrimination Notice Has Just Been Updated

Sooner than later, employers in the Sooner State must post a new Discrimination notice due to a recent update issued by the Oklahoma Office of the Attorney General.   What’s New and What’s the Same? Certain descriptions of discrimination, harassment, and retaliation that appeared on the previous notice have been streamlined on the new Discrimination notice; however, the discrimination categories remain the same. Discrimination in employment based on race, color,

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Recent Change to California Poster—Previous Version Still OK

The California Workplace Discrimination and Harassment notice has been updated, but the previous version of this labor law notice is still valid. The CA Department of Fair Employment and Housing (DFEH) has informed us that the updated notice, dated June 2018, does not need to be posted because the previous version, with a date of November 2017, is still in compliance. The updates to the notice include the new revision date

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New and Updated Labor Laws Coming Soon to California

Several changes to California’s poster will happen before January 1, 2018. Our research team is tracking the updates so that our clients will always be compliant with California’s labor laws. What’s Changing? Cal OSHA Outdated penalty amounts for safety & health standard violations are being removed. In addition, employers will need to make sure that their Injury and Illness Prevention Programs meet the requirements of the California Code of Regulations.

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Connecticut Issues Two More Labor Law Changes

Due to the recent passage of Public Act No. 17-127, effective October 1, 2017, Connecticut just updated its Discrimination Is the Law notice to include protections for veterans. The state also added some information to its Workers’ Compensation notice related to filing claims. The updated notice has a revision date of 10/1/17. What’s in store for employers and employees in The Constitution State? Keep reading… Workplace Posting Updates Discrimination Is

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New Information About Accommodation on Michigan’s Discrimination Poster

Did you know that Michigan got its name from the Native American word Michigana, which means “great or large lake”? This stands to reason, because it borders on 4 of the 5 Great Lakes! But I digress… What you really need to know is that the Michigan Department of Civil Rights (MDCR) has issued an updated Discrimination poster with a new revision date of 2/2017. While the discrimination prohibition categories

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