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City & County Minimum Wage Ordinances Leaving State Laws in the Dust

Over the past couple of years, there has been an upsurge in the number of municipalities that have passed minimum wage ordinances with higher rates than the state minimum wage laws. As a result, the number of mandatory city and county labor law posters has increased significantly. As of 2018, a total of 35 cities and/or counties in the following states have instituted minimum wage laws that include a workplace

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Colorado Releases Proposed 2016 Wage Increase Rates

Each year, Colorado releases the amounts of the proposed minimum wage increase for 2016 before there is a decision on formally adopting the new wage. This year, the minimum wage will move from $8.23 to $8.31, and the tipped minimum wage will move from $5.21 to $5.29. What Happens Next? There are several steps that need to happen before Colorado increases its minimum wage. The state has a public hearing

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Massachusetts Makes Mandatory Update to Unemployment Insurance Poster

The state of Massachusetts has updated the unemployment insurance poster, and the new version is required for all MA employers. What Was the Change? The unemployment insurance poster includes a new requirement that claimants must be in the United States, its territories, or Canada when either filing for a claim or certifying for weekly unemployment benefits. Additionally, the updated poster has a new date of October 10, 2016. Looking Towards

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Still Talking Tacoma: An Update on Another Potential City Notice

We just recently went over the fresh release of Tacoma’s required Paid Sick Leave poster, effective February 2016, but it looks more than likely that Tacoma will also pass one of two ballot initiatives that will create a city minimum wage. A Tale of Two Ballot Initiatives On November 3, Tacoma voters will have the choice between two different minimum wage ballot initiatives. The first, known as the City of

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New Tacoma Paid Leave Poster Released Early for 2016 Law

The city of Tacoma, Washington released the labor law poster for its brand new paid leave law early, and employers have plenty of time to order the poster before the February 1, 2016 effective date. The Ins and Outs of the New Law The new Tacoma paid leave law applies to all employees working within the geographical boundaries of the city for at least 80 hours in a calendar year. Employers

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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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Vermont, A Little State With A Lot of Changes

Vermont may not have roadside billboards but they do have mandatory compliance poster requirements. From Vermont – the land of Green Mountains, maple syrup, wonderful dairies and beautiful marble –  we have a new change to the mandatory labor posters. The newest revision to the Vermont compliance posters is to its Reinstatement Rights: – Clarifies which employers are covered (and which aren’t) – Also, to be rehired a worker must recover from

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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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