New Paid Family Leave Law and Update to Workers' Comp for Washington, D.C.

Information on D.C.’s Paid Family Leave The District of Columbia has a new Paid Family Leave (PFL) Law with an effective date of July 1, 2020. The Paid Family Leave notice has just been released in both English and Spanish. This required posting has a publication date of 12/2019. Under the new law, covered employees may receive up to 8 weeks of Paid Family Leave benefits in a year: Up

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Yet Another Labor Law Change for Nevada

This will come as no surprise to employers in Nevada—there’s been another labor law change for the Silver State. This time, the Workers’ Compensation notice has been updated and has a new revision date of 11/19. What’s New for Workers’ Comp? The updated Workers’ Compensation notice includes new information on whether an employer is required to obtain industrial insurance and whether an employee is covered under the law. In particular,

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Workers' Compensation Update for Missouri

Missouri’s Workers’ Compensation notice has undergone revisions that include new requirements for both employees and employers. The notice has a revision date of 7/19. Changes to Workers’ Compensation New Requirements for Employees The initial steps employees in the Show-Me State are required to take after being injured on the job have been revised. Employees must provide written notice to employers within 30 days of an “accident,” or 30 days “after

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Update to Workers' Compensation—Bill of Rights in Georgia

The Peach State has released an update to the Workers’ Compensation—Bill of Rights notice outlining new benefit maximums for employees who are unable to work, or unable to return to the same position as a result of an injury. Also included are new benefit amounts for dependents of an employee who dies as the result of a workplace accident. The notice has a revision date of 7/2019. New Benefit Maximums

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New Workers' Comp Requirement for Florida Employers

Florida’s Division of Workers’ Compensation has released a new Workers’ Comp Works For You notice, which has a posting requirement. All employers who secure the payment of workers’ compensation are required to post the new notice in their workplaces. History of the Workers’ Compensation Notice Here’s some history on the Workers’ Comp Works for You (a.k.a. “Broken Arm”) notice, which was on our poster several years ago. In December 2009,

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Minimum Wage & Workers' Comp Changes for Washington

Washington’s Department of Labor & Industries (DLI) has released updates to the Minimum Wage Announcement and Self-Insured Workers’ Compensation notice. The notice announcing the 2019 minimum wage has been issued in both English and Spanish, with a new publication date of 12-2018. The previous revision date of 12-2012 still appears on the workers’ comp notice. Details of the Washington Poster Changes Minimum Wage Rates for Adult and Youth Workers On January

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Workers' Compensation Update for Wyoming

The State of Wyoming recently issued an update to the Workers’ Compensation Act notice. You know what this means, don’t you? Our customers in Wyoming will soon be getting a new labor law poster for their workplaces that reflects this change. What’s Up with Workers’ Compensation? The language about extra-hazardous and non-hazardous industries on the Workers’ Compensation Act notice has been updated and provides more clarity. The notice now states

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Texas Updates Workers' Compensation/Ombudsman Program Notice

The Texas Office of Injured Employee Counsel (OIEC) recently released a new version of the Workers’ Compensation/Ombudsman Program notice, which has a publication date of April 2018. Below we’ve provided some information from the Deputy Public Counsel at the OIEC regarding changes to the notice and the current posting requirements. Updates to the Workers’ Comp/Ombudsman Notice The previous notice included language from Rule 276.5(c), which pertained to posting requirements. That

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Updated Workers' Compensation Notice for Tennessee

Did you know that Tennessee was nicknamed the “Volunteer State” during the War of 1812 when volunteer soldiers from the state displayed incredible valor during the Battle of New Orleans? Well, that’s news to us, but we’re happy to volunteer some important information for employers in Tennessee. The state’s Bureau of Workers’ Compensation (BWC) has published an update to the Workers’ Compensation Insurance notice. What’s New for Workers’ Comp? For

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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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