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4 Tell-Tale Signs of a Labor Law Compliance Scam

  After 28 years as a reputable labor law poster provider, we’ve seen our fair share of unscrupulous business practices. With scare tactics, aggressive phone calls, and threatening mailers, a labor law compliance scam can lead well-meaning business owners to spend money on a labor law poster (or posters) that they don’t even need. Our ultimate goal is for your business to be labor law poster compliant, so whether you

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New Employment Rights Posting Requirement for Illinois

Due to a recent religious accommodation amendment to the Illinois Human Rights Act, the Employment Rights notice is now a required posting. Based on the amendment to the law, employers are required to accommodate employees’ religious practices, beliefs, and observances unless they cause undue hardship to the employer’s business. What Employers Need to Know According to the Illinois Department of Human Rights, employers must now post the Employment Rights notice in

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Louisiana Updates Earned Income Credit Information for 2017—New Poster Required

Louisiana has just released its Earned Income Credit (EIC) poster for this year, which has a revision date of March 2017. Details of the Updates At the time of hire, employers should notify employees that they may be eligible for Earned Income Tax Credits (EITC) through the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). EITC tax credits are reductions in federal income tax liability for people who meet certain requirements. For 2017, workers’

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Hedging Our Bets on Nevada’s Updated Wage Bulletins

April 1st is soon upon us, so we are eagerly anticipating the annual release of Nevada’s Minimum Wage and Daily Overtime Bulletins. The wage information, provided by the state’s Office of the Labor Commissioner, will go into effect on July 1, 2017. What to Expect Based on the 2006 Minimum Wage Amendment to the Nevada Constitution, the minimum wage and thereby overtime rates must be recalculated each year. This recalculation

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New Opportunity to Work Poster for San Jose CA

The City of San Jose has released a new poster for a law that goes into effect on March 13, 2017. The city’s new Opportunity to Work Ordinance provides work hours protections for existing employees who work at least 2 hours a week. Under the law, employers of 36 or more employees must offer additional work hours to existing qualified part-time employees before hiring new employees, subcontractors, or temporary staff.

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Minimum Wage Boost for Workers in San Jose

San Jose’s new minimum wage poster reflects an increase to $10.50 effective January 1, 2017. However, based on the city’s new Minimum Wage Ordinance, more increases are on the way. Do You Know the Way to San Jose? Starting July 1, 2017, the city’s minimum wage will be on a path to $15.00. And after the first increase to $12.00 in July, annual increases will occur on January 1, until

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Non-Required Changes for Maryland, Michigan, and Nevada

Our research department stays on top of all changes to your labor law compliance, but as we discussed recently in our blog, some changes to state and federal labor law posters do not require updating your current posters. When is an Update Not Necessary? As a refresher, a small change to an employment poster, such as a change in address, is not a significant enough change to require the updated notice to

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Vermont, A Little State With A Lot of Changes

Vermont may not have roadside billboards but they do have mandatory compliance poster requirements. From Vermont – the land of Green Mountains, maple syrup, wonderful dairies and beautiful marble –  we have a new change to the mandatory labor posters. The newest revision to the Vermont compliance posters is to its Reinstatement Rights: – Clarifies which employers are covered (and which aren’t) – Also, to be rehired a worker must recover from

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Learning to Recognize a Mandatory Labor Law Change

It may make sense that every time a labor law poster is updated, it would be mandatory to hang the most recent notice—but that is not always the case. Although there are many times when a change to an employment poster means that the old notice is not valid, there are often exceptions to the rule. With laws passing and changing so rapidly, it becomes very confusing to recognize if changes to  labor

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Federal Labor Law Posters for Job Applicants – What You Need to Know

Labor law posters are required to be posted for your employees, right? We’ve already covered why labor law posters are essential to inform employees of their rights granted by the state and federal governments – it’s the law. Your compliance posters are probably posted in a conspicuous location your employees have access to like the break room, by the time clock or near employee restrooms, right? Pay attention though because

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