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  • Colorado Minimum Wage Poster Update

    Colorado, your Minimum Wage poster has been updated to reflect an increase in minimum wage.   The minimum wage will increase from $8.23/hour to $8.31/hour for non-tipped employees, and $5.21 to $5.29/hour for tipped employees This is effective January 1, 2016 This is a mandatory change. To view or purchase your updated Colorado labor law poster, click HERE.  Read More...

  • Rhode Island Minimum Wage Poster Update

    Rhode Island, your Minimum Wage poster has been updated to reflect an increase in minimum wage.  The minimum wage will increase from $9.00/hour to $9.60/hour. The minimum wage for full time students under 19 years of age working in non-profit religious, educational, liberal or community services organizations will increase to $8.64/hour and minor 14 and 15 years of age not working more than 24 hours a week will increase to $7.20/ hour.  Read More...

  • Kentucky OSHA Poster Update

    Kentucky, your OSHA poster has been updated to reflect new OSHA employer reporting requirements for accidents and fatalities.  An employer must report any work-related casualties within eight hours, and any work-related in-patient hospitalizations, amputations or a loss of an eye within 24 hours. This is a mandatory change. The view or purchase your updated Kentucky labor law poster, click HERE.  Read More...

  • Workers' Compensation Poster Updates

    The Workers' Compensation poster has been updated in Tennessee and California to reflect changes to access to information and time off.   Tennessee, your Worker's Compensation poster has been changed to reflect a change of how employees get information about the employer's panel of physicians.  This act aims to minimize obstacles and insure quicker return-to-work for injured workers.  Read More...

  • OSHA Poster Update

    Michigan, Washington, Minnesota, and Kentucky have updated their OSHA labor law posters to reflect changes to the employer reporting requirements for accidents and fatalities.   The Michigan OSHA poster has been changed to reflect changes to OSHA employer reporting requirements for accidents and fatalities. All employers must report any work-related casualty within eight hours, and any work-related employee in-patient hospitalizations, amputations, or a loss of an eye within 24 hours.  Read More...

  • Fair Employment Poster Updates

    Florida and Rhode Island have updated their Fair Employment poster to reflect changes that prohibit discrimination and update rights for pregnant women in the workplace. Florida, the Fair Employment poster has been updated, so that discrimination on women who are pregnant is prohibited in employment. It is now unlawful for an employer to refuse to hire or discharge an employee, if that individual is pregnant.  Read More...

  • Unemployment Insurance Poster Updates

    Several state's Unemployment Insurance posters have been updated. Tennessee, Massachusetts, Alaska and Washington have all updated their labor law posters.     The Tennessee Unemployment Insurance poster has been changed to show a new procedure for claiming unemployment insurance benefits.  Read More...

  • Minimum Wage Poster Updates

    Many state's Minimum Wage Posters have been updated recently. Colorado, North Dakota, Oregon, Michigan, Rhode Island, Colorado, Massachusetts, and New York have mandatory changes made to their labor law posters in regards to minimum wage.   Colorado's minimum wage poster has been changed to update the minimum wage, and the minimum wage for tipped employees.  Read More...

  • California, your Workers' Compensation and Time Off poster has been changed

    The California Workers' Compensation and Time Off poster has been changed to inform their workers of their rights and responsibilities before and after a workplace jury.  Alterations occurred to medical care, permanent disability benefits, supplemental job displacement benefits, naming of one's own physician, reporting an injury, and the primary doctor. California employees are allowed to take up to two hours to vote without losing pay.  Read More...

  • Oregon, the Family Leave and Paid Sick Time poster has been changed

    The Oregon Family Leave and Paid Sick Time poster has been changed to reflect eligibility and benefits changes for employees.  The change includes an extended list of people who are eligible to take leave, exceptions to the eligibility test, and added group health insurance benefits during family leave. Effective in 2016, all employers with over 10 employees in Oregon must supply 40 hours of paid leave per year.  Read More...

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