Digital Labor Law Posters?

  Federal, state, and local laws require employers to post labor law posters in the workplace. The required federal posters include those covering the Employee Polygraph Protection Act, Equal Employment Opportunity, Fair Labor Standards Act, Family and Medical Leave Act, Occupational Safety and Health Act, and Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act. On top of that, businesses may have additional posters specific to their state, city, or county—plus posters

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My Employee Worked Off the Clock. What Do I Owe?

In the digital era, it’s easy for employees to work anytime, anywhere. Tools like smartphones, laptops, and tablets all help to boost employee productivity, however, they can also ride a delicate line concerning employee hours and wages. Employees who work off the clock, for example, may claim that they should be compensated for the time they spend checking and responding to email or voicemail, not to mention performing a host

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Are Implied Contracts Legally Binding?

Joe works as a senior manager at a car dealership, and Bob works as a salesperson at a competing dealership. They met at an industry business function, where they discussed their shared passion for cars and talked extensively about what they hoped to achieve at work in the next few years. As Joe was leaving, he said to Bob, “We could really use someone like you at our shop. You’d

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Breaks and Meals by State

  Know your state requirements State Break Requirements Meal Requirements Information Alabama Not Required for employees 16 or older. Employees age 14–15 require an unpaid 30-minute meal/rest break if working 5 continuous hours. Not Required for employees 16 or older. Employees age 14–15 require an unpaid 30-minute meal/rest break if working 5 continuous hours. Federal Law Applies: Breaks lasting less than 20 minutes are required to be paid and are

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Employee Drug Testing Requirements and Medical Marijuana

Many employers prohibit the use of drugs in their workplace, and some companies go so far as to test prospective and current employees for drug use. But drug testing is a complicated topic because it is largely regulated by state labor laws. That means that each state can approach drug testing differently, creating headaches for employers who operate in multiple states.   Generally speaking, employers can test job applicants for

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The Life of a Poster

Have you ever been curious to know what goes into creating a labor law poster? If yes, then you’re in for a good read. In this blog, we provide a “behind the scenes” view of the life of a poster, covering the process the labor law posters go through before inevitably being shipped to your business and then posted on the wall in your workplace.   While what we do

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Labor Law and Mandatory Workplace Postings in Florida

The Florida Department of Economic Opportunity (DEO) and other state agencies require Florida employers to comply with various federal and state labor laws. These labor laws require all Florida employers to conspicuously post several specific notices. Employers of certain sizes or in particular industries may be subject to additional labor law posting requirements.    To get a handle on the posting requirements, let’s start with some of the federal labor

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2017 Labor Law Poster Updates

Most employers are aware of their responsibility to display labor law posters in a conspicuous place that employees can easily access. But did you know these posters must be updated whenever the laws change? There have been over 90 labor law poster updates in 2017, so far! Furthermore, it is likely that your business’s labor law posters needed updating at least once within the last eight months. You might ask, “I change my posters at

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