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MARCH 2013 Updates – NEW FEDERAL FMLA POSTER
February 2013 Updates – NEW FEDERAL FMLA POSTER
2/5/2013, The Department of Labor has released the new Federal Family Medical Leave Act Notice. The updates include changes to the military family leave and allow for greater abilities to attend to personal matters and medical needs related to service members' families. Additionally, airline flight crew employees will have greater access to benefits of the FMLA.
Louisiana - Earned Income Credit for 2013 has been released with new income levels for eligibility.
Oklahoma - Discrimination Poster add Genetic Disc
Pennsylvania - Abstract of the Child Labor Act has been revised with several changes. The changes clarify the current laws and alter hours of work allowed for minors.
January 2013 Updates
Arizona - Minimum Wage to $7.80
Colorado - Minimum Wage to $7.78
California - FMLA A&B, Discrimination, Unemployment Ins.
Florida - Minimum Wage to $7.79
Kentucky - Unemployment Insurance
Maine - Workers' Compensation
Missouri - Minimum Wage to $7.35, Discrimination
Montana - Minimum Wage to $7.80
New Mexico - Albuquerque - Min Wage to $7.50
New York - Deduction of Wages Revised
Ohio - Minimum Wage to $7.85
Oregon - Minimum Wage to $8.95
Rhode Island - Minimum Wage to $7.75
San Francisco - Minimum Wage to $10.55 & Min. Comp Poster
Texas - Workers' Compensation
Vermont - Minimum Wage to $8.60
Washington - Min Wage to $9.19, Notice to Employees, Your Rights & Job Safety and Health
December 2012 Updates
Maryland - New State OSHA Posting
Minnesota - Workers' Comp & OSHA postings
November 2012 Updates
Alabama - Child Labor, Unemployment Ins., Workers Comp.
Florida - Unemployment Compensation
Iowa - Unemployment Insurance
Maryland - The State OSHA poster has been updated giving added information from MOSHA Department of Training & Education.
Minnesota - Both the OSHA and the Workers' Compensation posters have been revised.
October 2012 Updates
Illinois - Revised Unemployment Insurance Poster
Louisiana - New Independent Contractor Notice
Maine - Revised Unemployment Insurance Poster
New Hampshire - Revised Whistleblower Protection Notice
Utah - Revised OSHA Workplace Safety & Health Posting
Alabama has just released three required changes to the state labor poster.
• Child Labor Poster - New record-keeping requirements
• Unemployment Ins. - Revised filing web address
Workers' Comp - Revised with merged departments
September 2012 Updates
Texas has revised the Workers' Compensation Posters for both businesses with Covered and Non-Covered employees. These new notices become effective on January 1, 2013 and are also good for current use. We have updated our Texas posters to include the new Workers Comp. Notices 5 & 6.
The many changes include the clarifying of the term "occupational illness". Additionally, "Division" has been updated to "Texas Department of Insurance, Division of Workers' Compensation".
Businesses subscribing to the Replacement Plan will receive the replacement posters in December as the changes do not become mandatory until January, 2013.
The Maine Unemployment Insurance Poster has been revised with address changes made for the Unemployment Claims Office and has also made changes to the TTY number.
The New Hampshire Whistleblowers' Protection Act Poster has been revised to clarify that the law protects public or private employee against discharge, threat, or discrimination due to reporting or causing an alleged violation to be reported by the employee. The poster also includes added rights and remedies for public employees. Employees can now request a hearing with the New Hampshire Dept of Labor.
Louisiana A new Independent Contractor posting is now required to be posted by all Louisiana employers. The poster specifies the criteria for determining employee or independent contractor status for workers. Also, the poster lists both the criteria and the consequences for misclassification of workers.
The Utah OSHA Workplace Safety and Health Poster has been revised. First, an employee has the obligation to comply with all workplace safety and health rules established by the employer. Second, an employee can file a complaint with Utah OSHA if they feel that the employer has retaliated against them for making safety and health complaints.
August 2012 Updates
Know-Your Rights as a Worker & Revised South Caroline Abstract
Utah Workers' Comp Poster Revised
July 2012 Updates
The District of Columbia has recently revised their Fair Employment Poster. First, the definition of sexual harassment has been clarified. Finally, additional protected categories in both public accommodations and housing have been added.
Hawaii has just released a new and required Unemployment Insurance Posting. The new posting now allows employees to file for unemployment online or by phone.
Mississippi has just released a New Required Workers' Compensation poster. The new posting reflects changes due to Senate Bill 2576. The poster has a great deal of information and meets the Commissions requirement which is to promulgate a written statement specifying the changes.
May 2012 Updates
Tennessee - Workers' Comp for Construction Contractors
Nova Scotia Canada - Min Wage increased to $10.15 hr
April 2012 Updates
Texas has recently released a new Child Labor Poster. It was updated to reflect revisions to prohibited occupations for employees from 14 through 17 years of age. Also, the posting was reworded and clarified throughout. Finally, a section was added on prohibited occupations that apply under state law only.
March 2012 Updates
Maine - Whistleblower's Protection Posting revised.
February 2012 Updates
Hawaii - HIOSHA increased penalties per violation
Hawaii - Discrimination Poster revised language
Indiana - EEO / Discrimination Posting Revised
Louisiana - Earned Income Credit posting revised for 2012
January 2012 Updates
Arizona - Minimum Wage Posting increase to $7.65
Colorado - Minimum Wage increase to $7.64
California - Fair Employment & FMLA Notice A & B
Connecticut - New Paid Sick Leave Posting
Florida - Minimum Wage Posting increase to $7.67
Michigan - Youth Employment Poster work hours change
Montana - Minimum Wage Posting increase to $7.65
Ohio - Minimum Wage Posting increase to $7.70
Oregon - Min Wage increase to $8.80 & Family Leave Posting
South Carolina - E-Verify Posting Required
San Francisco - Minimum Wage increased to $10.24
Vermont - Minimum Wage Posting increase to $8.46
Washington - Minimum Wage Posting increase to $9.04
Wisconsin - Child Labor hours worked restriction change
We specialize in Federal & State Combination Labor Law Posters, Compliance Posters, Safety Posters, and "Posters in the Work-Place."We also handle Labor Law Posters for all 50 U.S. States and Canada.
We also specialize in 1-Year, 3-Year, and 5-Year Compliance Programs. When you choose a compliance program, every time a State or Federal Labor Law Poster is changed/revised, or added, we'll send you the latest update for a small shipping and handling fee. This prevents you from having to purchase a whole new Labor Law Poster every time there is a change.
If you employee 1 or more non-relative employees, you are required to post all of the required State and Federal Labor Law Posters in a conspicuous place where your employees can see them.
If you are a sole-proprietor or business partner without any employees, you do not have to post the Federal and State Labor Law Posters.
If your business is operated 100% by family/relatives with zero non-relative employees, you do not have to post the Labor Law Posters.
However, depending upon your industry, you may still be required to post specific Safety Posters such as choking, cpr, emergency first aid, wash your hands, hard had required, etc.
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