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Two New Laws for New York City—New Poster Coming Soon

  Due to the recent passage of two New York City laws—the Temporary Schedule Change Law and the Stop Sexual Harassment Act—our NYC poster is getting quite a makeover! Keep reading to find out employer requirements and employee benefits related to these laws. Temporary Schedule Change Law The NYC Department of Consumer Affairs has released a notice for the Temporary Schedule Change Law, which has an effective date of July

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San Francisco Amends Fair Chance Ordinance—New City Poster Required

A few months ago, we reported that the San Francisco Board of Supervisors passed an amendment to the Fair Chance Ordinance (FCO), effective October 1, 2018. The amended Fair Chance Ordinance regulates when and how San Francisco employers and city contractors may ask about and use arrest and conviction records when making hiring decisions. We are pleased to report that the city’s Office of Labor Standards Enforcement has released a

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Are “Free” Labor Law Compliance Posters Free, Or Not?

A question we hear quite often is, “If I can download free state and federal labor law posters from the Internet, why would I purchase posters from a provider?” This is a fair question, indeed. Since many government agencies provide free 2018 labor law posters on their websites for download, this may seem like the most economical way to handle compliance at first glance. But here are some things to

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New Wage Theft Notice for City of Milpitas CA

The City of Milpitas recently released a new workplace notice for the Wage Theft Ordinance, which was passed by the City Council earlier this year. An updated City of Milpitas poster will soon be on its way to our customers. Outline of the Wage Theft Ordinance On March 20, 2018, the Milpitas City Council unanimously adopted the Wage Theft Ordinance to protect Milpitas workers in all industries against unscrupulous employers

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Louisiana Issues 2018 Earned Income Credit Notice

The Louisiana Workforce Commission has now issued the 2018 version of the Earned Income Credit (EIC) notice, which has a new revision date of July 2018. Based on this update, a new Louisiana state poster will soon be on its way to our customers. Louisiana’s EIC notice was issued much later this year as compared to previous years, but we were aware of the delay. In April, we communicated with

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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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More Changes for California—Updated State Poster Required

California’s Transgender Rights in the Workplace notice and the combined Unemployment Insurance/Disability Insurance/Paid Family Leave notice have just been updated. What Employers and Employees Need to Know Transgender Rights in the Workplace The California Department of Fair Employment and Housing (DFEH) updated the notice to include new language related to bathroom privacy. Where possible, employers should provide an easily accessible unisex single-stall bathroom for use by any employee who wants

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New Anti-Sexual Harassment Laws in New York State & New York City

Employers in New York State and New York City should be aware of recent legislation expanding employee protections related to sexual harassment in the workplace. What’s Happening in New York State? New York State’s approved budget for fiscal year 2018–2019 includes legislation that addresses workplace sexual harassment. Under the law, the NYS Department of Labor (DOL) and the Division of Human Rights (DHR) must develop a model anti-sexual harassment policy

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Stop the Presses—South Carolina Updates Safety & Health Notice

South Carolina’s Department of Labor, Licensing, and Regulation just issued an update to the state’s Safety and Health Protection on the Job notice, which has a revision date of July 2018. We recently reported that our South Carolina poster was being updated to include information on the new Pregnancy Accommodations Act, which appears on the state’s revised Employment Discrimination notice. We are pleased to tell our customers that our trusty

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Heads-up, Montgomery County Employers: New Minimum Wage Law in Effect

Montgomery County’s new Minimum Wage and Overtime Law went into effect on July 1, 2018. Details of the law, which calls for multi-step wage increases based on business size, are outlined below. New Minimum Wage Rates for Montgomery County Minimum Wage for Large Employers For businesses with 51 or more employees, the minimum wage is now $12.25 per hour. Future increases will occur every July 1 until the wage reaches

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