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New Federal Overtime Law - FLSA

The federal Department of Labor’s Wage & Hour Division stated that there are no plans to change the federal minimum wage poster. The federal minimum wage poster (known as FLSA) will remain the same even though the new federal Overtime Law will go into effect Dec. 1, 2016. Poster Compliance Center Research Department continues to track this federal labor law poster and monitor any new DOL poster rules and regulations.

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Learning an Old Dog’s Tricks: Finally Figuring out the FMLA Changes

While the most recent changes to the FMLA poster took effect in March of 2013, there’s still a lot of confusion over what exactly changed and how to maintain compliance. Is your FMLA poster up to date? Before we get into the actual changes, let’s have a quick refresher about the law issued by the Department of Labor. Here’s a general summary of the FMLA’s history: The FMLA was created

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How New Federal Labor Laws May Affect Your Poster Compliance

If you’ve read any news pertaining to U.S. labor laws lately, chances are you’ve noticed there’s a lot of commotion on the federal level. A number of federal labor law changes are taking place, which inevitably means changes to the federal labor law posters as well. If you’re wondering how these new laws may affect your business, let’s take a look at the federal laws that may be in the

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The Easiest Way to Keep Your Compliance Posters Up To Date

If there’s anything we’ve learned about labor laws in our 24 years, it’s that they change frequently and sometimes unexpectedly. One year you may experience only one mandatory labor law poster change, and then the next year there may be four or more. These changes may reflect yearly and time sensitive trends taking place across the United States such as minimum wage. But most of the time labor law poster

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Q&A: Federal Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) Poster Supplement

Q.  Is there a new change to the federal EEO (Equal Employment Opportunity) poster?  A.  Yes. The Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) issued the mandatory ‘EEO Is the Law’ Poster Supplement, which includes four recent regulatory changes for federal contractors and must be posted with the current federal EEO poster (dated 11/09). Q.  Do I need to post the EEO Poster Supplement if I’m not a federal contractor? 

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What the Experts Have to Say about Poster Compliance

Is labor law poster compliance something you can take care of on your own? Or is it something better left to the professionals? We asked the most experienced members of our research team a series of questions in order to breakdown the realities of poster compliance. While this is an issue that most businesses have to face, little is known about what actually goes into obtaining and maintaining labor law

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Get All the Facts About Federal Labor Law Posters

  It is no secret that maintaining labor law compliance can be an overwhelming task. While you may be aware of the importance of remaining compliant with local and state labor posters, keeping up-to-date on federal labor law posters is just as essential. What is on the Federal Labor Law Posters? Employers across the United States are responsible for posting the most up-to-date federal labor law posters, but following up

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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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Q&A: Federal Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) Poster

Q. I heard that the Final Rule for Executive Order 13672 (sexual orientation and gender identity) is now in effect. Has the new federal EEO (Equal Employment Opportunity) poster come out yet?  A. No it hasn’t. However, the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) is working on a supplement to be used with the current poster that will cover the 3 recent regulatory changes for federal contractors. Q. What are these

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Q&A: Family & Medical Leave Act (FMLA) Poster

Q:  I heard that businesses are going to have to update their federal poster because the FMLA notice is changing. Is this true?  A:  No.  Although the FMLA poster will be updated soon, we have been told by the FMLA Branch of the U.S. Department of Labor’s Wage and Hour Division that employers are not required to update their poster. They confirmed that the February 2013 version of the FMLA

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