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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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Summer Blog Series - How to Reuse Your Expired Labor Law Posters

Considering how frequently certain states have labor law poster updates, the question of what to do with your laminated poster after it has expired becomes an interesting one. Sure, you could just throw it away, but why not get a little creative and put the poster to a secondary use? Repurposing Your Posters The term “upcycle” means to repurpose an item rather than throwing it away, and we here at Poster

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Friday Feature - FAQ About Labor Law Posters

 Q: I am a small business owner and have only one employee… Am I required to post compliance posters? A: Yes, if you pay payroll tax for even one employee, you are required to post state and federal compliance posters.  To learn more about the labor posters you may be required to post, please read our previous post about federal labor posters. To check out your state requirements, please begin

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Workplace Posters – First Aid Poster, Drugfree Workplace Poster and More

  In addition to posting the required labor law posters, did you know that many employers post workplace and safety posters too? Poster Compliance Center publishes a full line of workplace and safety posters in both English and Spanish to improve communication between employer and employees – we will feature a few of the most popular workplace posters in this post today. First Aid Poster Injuries in the workplace are

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The Scoop on the E-Verify Poster – Employer Guidelines

If you have hired an employee in recent years, we know you’re already familiar with posting the required labor law posters. However, chances are you’re also familiar with E-Verify – an online resource managed by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) to allow employers to verify the employment eligibility of new hires. The USCIS says more than 500,000 employers are enrolled in E-Verify all across the United States and

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Expected 2016 Changes to California Labor Law Posters

California employers can expect multiple labor law poster updates in the next 6 months in addition to those already issued in the last 12 months. Three California Labor Law Posters Slated to Change in January California has been very busy lately. In the past 12 months, the Golden State issued mandatory updates to its Paid Sick Leave, Workplace Discrimination, Whistleblower and Minimum Wage labor law posters. In fact, labor law

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Chicago Creates Minimum Wage Poster - New City Labor Law Posters Required

The latest required change to the Chicago, IL labor law poster is on the Minimum Wage poster. The city of Chicago’s new minimum wage law takes effect on July 1, 2015, and the city has released the required employment poster. This poster outlines separate minimum wage rules for tipped and non-tipped employees as well as employee rights under the ordinance. The minimum wage law applies to most employees working at

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Vermont Updates Reinstatement Rights Poster; New VT Labor Law Posters Required

The latest required change to the Vermont labor law poster is on the Reinstatement Rights poster. There is new information on the poster about which employers are covered under the law. Additionally, there is clarification that a worker must recover from an injury within two years of the onset of the disability in order to be rehired. We are publishing an updated VT poster with this latest change. For more

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Q&A: New California Notice B Poster (CFRA Leave & Pregnancy Disability Leave)

Q:  I heard there will be a new California Notice B poster before July 1. Has that poster come out yet?  A:  Yes Q:  Do we need to update our CA labor law poster?  A:  No. According to the California Department of Fair Employment and Housing (DFEH), employers are still in compliance with Notice B dated 11/12. Although the DFEH recently told us Notice B would have a mandatory update

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Philadelphia, PA Creates Paid Sick Time Poster; New Philadelphia Labor Law Poster Required

The latest required change to the Philadelphia, PA labor law poster is on the Paid Sick Time poster. Effective May 13, 2015, employees working at least 40 hours a year within city limits are eligible to earn paid/unpaid leave. For employers with 10 or more employees, paid sick time accrues at a rate of 1 hour for every 40 hours worked. Employers with fewer than 10 employees must provide 1 hour

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