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Significant Changes to Georgia’s Workers Comp Notices

Two separate Georgia workers compensation posters have changed, and your Georgia labor law posters must be updated. Changes to the Workers Compensation Bill of Rights Poster The newest Workers Compensation Bill of Rights poster has a date of 7/2015 and contains a number of changes. There are new maximum weekly benefits in the “Employee Rights” section of the Georgia Workers Compensation Bill of Rights poster, and the new information is as follows:

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Georgia Updates Workers Comp Poster; New GA Labor Law Poster Required

The latest required change to the Georgia labor law poster is on the Workers Compensation – Bill of Rights poster. The updated poster includes new maximum weekly benefit amounts in five categories under “Employee’s Rights”. We are publishing an updated GA state poster with this latest change.  For more information about the Georgia labor law poster or to learn more about our OneSystem 1-Year Compliance Plan with free automatic updates,

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Georgia Updates Unemployment Poster; New GA Labor Law Poster Required

The latest required change to the Georgia labor law poster is on the Unemployment Insurance poster. Employees must be unemployed through no fault of their own to establish a claim and must report work search contacts for each week they claim benefits. In addition, claims may now be filed on the internet. We are publishing an updated GA state poster with this latest change.  For more information about the Georgia

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MI, NY, GA & AL Labor Law Posters Change but Previous Versions OK

Two new Michigan safety posters, a new New York discrimination poster, a new Georgia equal pay poster and a new Alabama unemployment poster have been issued, but the previous versions of these required state labor law posters are still valid.  Michigan:  No update required for new MSDS Right to Know and New or Revised MSDS posters.  Name of department changed to Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs (LARA), and new revision

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