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Federal Labor Law Posters

Contractors Minimum Wage

January 2018

The new wage rate will be $10.35 an hour. Tipped employees must be paid a cash wage of at least $7.25 per hour. If a worker's tips combined with the required cash wage do not equal the hourly minimum wage for contractors ($10.35), the contractor must increase the cash wage paid to make up the difference.

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E-Verify

August 2017

The text now notes the potential employee may "begin to resolve the issue before the employer can take any action against you".

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Contractor Minimum Wage

January 2017

The new rate is $10.20 an hour.

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OFCCP Pay Transparency

January 2016

The OFCCP has released their Pay Transparency notice. The text is as follows: "The contractor will not discharge or in any other manner discriminate against employees or applicants because they have inquired about, discussed, or disclosed their own pay or the pay of another employee or applicant. However, employees who have access to the compensation information of other employees or applicants as a part of their essential job functions cannot disclose the pay of other employees or applicants to individuals who do not otherwise have access to compensation information, unless the disclosure is (a) in response to a formal complaint or charge, (b) in furtherance of an investigation, proceeding, hearing, or action, including an investigation conducted by the employer, or (c) consistent with the contractor's legal duty to furnish information."
This only applies to new or renewed contracts after January 11th, 2016 and also requires the OFCCP Supplement.
New or renewed contracts between April 8th, 2015 and January 11th, 2016 only require the OFCCP Supplement.

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Alabama

Child Labor Law

October 2012

The state of Alabama has added record keeping requirements to the Child Labor law notice. In addition they have also had a Non-Substantive change on the Unemployment Insurance Notice.

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Alaska

Minimum Wage

January 2018

The new rate is $9.84 an hour.

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Arizona

Minimum Wage

January 2018

The new rate is $10.50 an hour.

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Flagstaff - Minimum Wage

January 2018

The new wage is $11.00 per hour.

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Earned Sick Leave

May 2017

Employees earn one hour of paid sick time every 30 hours worked subject to the following limitations:

  • Less than 15 employees - may only accrue or use 24 hours of earned sick time per year
  • 15 or more employees - may only accrue or use 40 hours of earned sick time per year

Employers are permitted to select higher accrual and use limits.

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Unemployment Insurance

March 2014

Arizona revised the Unemployment Insurance notice this month to advise employees to go to the website for both copies of the guide for Unemployment Insurance claims (which was previously supposed to be given by the employer) and for filing claims.

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Arkansas

Minimum Wage

April 2015

Arkansas has again revised their Minimum Wage notice. Specifically they revised the Child Labor section, changing certain prohibitions from applying to 16-18 year olds to 16 year olds only. The notice was created in June but backdated to April.

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Human Trafficking

February 2013

Earlier this year Gov. Beebe signed the Human Trafficking Act of 2013 into law. This law requires certain employers to post an 8.5 x 11 notice near the entrance or where other such notices are customarily posted. Businesses that are required to post are: hotels, motels, strip clubs or sexually oriented businesses,aiport, train stations that serve passangers.This is a material substantive change a Human Trafficking poster is required. If you need furfher information please contact customer service at 1-800-767-9243.

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California

Discrimination
Unemployment Insurance Benefits
Wage Credits (which include Unemployment Insurance)

June 2018

Discrimination - The protected group Sex is now Sex/Gender. The third (3) and twelfth (12) requirements have additional clarification. A few other requirements have minor text changes.
The online service and its associated web link for online claim filing has changed on both the Unemployment Insurance Benefits and Wage Credits notices.

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San Francisco Salary History

July 2018

San Francisco has officially made it illegal to inquire about a job applicant's salary or wages nor consider it when determining wheter to offer employment or what salary to offer.

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Emeryville Minimum Wage

July 2018

The new rate is $15.69 per hour for Large businesses (56 or more employees) and $15.00 per hour for Small businesses (55 or fewer employees).

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Milpitas Minimum Wage

July 2018

The new rate is $13.50.

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Pasadena Minimum Wage

July 2018

The minimum wage notice has been split as shown below:

  • $12.00 per hour for 25 or fewer employees
  • $13.25 per hour for 26 or more employees

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Santa Monica Minimum Wage (and Living Wage for Hotels)

July 2018

The new rate will be $13.25 per hour for large businesses (26 or more employees) and $12.00 per hour for small businesses (25 or less employees). The Living Wage for Hotel workers is now $16.10 per hour.

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San Francisco Minimum Wage

July 2018

The new rate is $15.00 an hour.

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San Leandro Minimum Wage

June 2018

The rate is $13.00 per hour.

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Sunnyvale Minimum Wage

January 2018

The new rate is $15.00 an hour.

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Santa Clara Minimum Wage

January 2018

The new rate is $13.00 an hour.

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San Mateo Minimum Wage

January 2017

The new rate is $13.50 an hour. 501(c)(3) Non-Profit organizations will be $12.00 an hour.

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San Jose Minimum Wage

January 2018

The new rate is $13.50 an hour.

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Richmond Minimum Wage

January 2018

The new rate is $13.41 an hour.

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Palo Alto Minimum Wage

January 2018

The new rate is $13.50 an hour.

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Oakland Minimum Wage

January 2018

The new rate is $13.23 an hour.

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Mountain View Minimum Wage

January 2018

The new rate is $15.00 an hour.

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Los Altos Minimum Wage

January 2018

The new rate is $13.50 an hour.

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Cupertino Minimum Wage

January 2018

The new rate is $13.50 an hour.

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El Cerrito Minimum Wage

January 2018

The new rate is $13.60..

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San Francisco Health Care Security Ordinance (HCSO)

January 2018

Employers must now spend at least the following amounts on health care benefits for each covered employee:
20-99 - $1.89 for each hour payable
100+ - $2.83 for each hour payable

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San Jose Opportunity to Work

March 13, 2017

This notice applies to Employers with 36 or more employees and who are subject to the San Jose Business License Tax or who maintain a facility in San Jose. Employers must offer additional work hours to existing qualified part-time employees before hiring new employees including subcontractors or the use of temporary staffing services.

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Los Angeles Fair Chance

January 2017

Los Angeles has released their own version of Ban the Box, restricting employers from inquiring about an applicant's criminal background.

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San Francisco Paid Parental Leave

January 2017

The notice covers the Paid Parental Leave for Bonding with New Child Ordinance and phases in as noted below:

  • Employers with 50 or more employees are required to comply beginning on January 1, 2017.
  • Employers with 35 or more employees are required to comply beginning on July 1, 2017.
  • Employers with 20 or more employees are required to comply beginning on January 1, 2018.

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San Diego Minimum Wage

January 2017

The new rate is $11.50 an hour.

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California Minimum Wage

January 2017

The new rate is $10.50 an hour for businesses with 26 or more employees and $10.00 an hour for businesses with 25 or fewer employees.

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Los Angeles City Minimum Wage

July 2016

The city of Los Angeles has released the Minimum Wage notice. It must be posted in English, Spanish, and any language spoken by 5% or more of the employees.

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Los Angeles County Minimum Wage

July 2016

The County of Los Angeles has released the Minimum Wage notice for unincorporated areas of the county. Follow the link for more information regarding the difference between this poster and the City of Los Angeles poster.

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Pregnancy Discrimination

April 2016

California has confirmed that they will be releasing the new Pregnancy Disability Leave which includes protection from discrimination and harassment. The new poster will be available by April 11th.

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Workers' Compnesation

January 2016

The new notice substantially revises the sections addressing the physicians that can treat an employee injured on the job as well as who can be contacted for assistance with locating a physician or filing a claim.

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Colorado

Minimum Wage

January 2018

The new rate is $10.20 an hour and $7.18 for tipped employees.

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Connecticut

Minimum Wage

January 2018

The new rate is $11.00. Also, a tip credit is being implemented that allows employers to count tips as a percentage of their minimum wage requirement, thus reducing the employer's share of the minimum wage, as long as the tips make up the difference. This applies as follows:

Hotel and Restaurant employees
$4.05 - Tip Credit
$6.95 - Employer's Share (difference between minimum wage and tip credit)

Bartenders
$2.04 - Tip Credit
$8.96 - Employer's Share (difference between minimum wage and tip credit)

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Pregnancy Discrimination and Accommodation

October 2017

This notice has been added to the All-In-One poster and covers employers with more than 3 employees. It prohibits discrimination and retaliation plus it requires reasonable accommodations relating to an employee's pregnancy, childbirth, or related conditions, including lactation. Information is also included for the complaint process, should it be necessary.

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No Smoking

January 2016

Connecticut's public act regarding electronic tobacco devices went into effect on January 1st. The act modifies the definitions and restrictions of the already extensive act regulating smoking in public buildings.

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Paid Sick Leave

January 2015

Connecticut has released a new Paid Sick Leave notice. Most of the requirements remain the same, however, the new notice adds clarification that the payroll period used to determine whether or not they have 50 or more employers is the week containing October 1st. Also the new notice stipulates that the employer shall choose the 365 day period to calculate benefits for paid sick leave.

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Delaware

Discrimination Notice

October 2016

The only change is that charges of discrimination must be filed within 300 days of the alleged unlawful employment practice where it was previously only 120 days.

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Minimum Wage

June 2014

The Minimum Wage will increase from $7.25 to $7.75, effective 6/1/2014. It will increase again on 6/1/2015 to $8.25.

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District of Columbia

Parental Leave Act
Family and Medical Leave Act

Previously, the D.C. Department of Employment had said these notices were not required. Recent research revealed that these two notices are required so they have been added to the All-In-One poster. Because of this, we now also have a Spanish version.

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Minimum Wage

October 2016

D.C.'s Minimum Wage notice includes an updated table of changes from July 1st, 2016 to July 1st, 2020, covering employees who do and do not receive gratuities. Also, a section was added to provide details regarding an internet-based tip portal for online reporting of the quarterly wage report.

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Wage Theft Protection

May 2015

The City of Washington, D.C. has released a Summary Notice informing employees of the contents of the recently enacted law. This is a completely new notice, which we have been informed is now required in addition to the handouts that employers must give their employees physically. Also, an additional change is included regarding Pregnant Workers Accommodation.

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Discrimination

March 2015

The City of Washington, D.C. has released a new Discrimination Notice which reflects recent changes to protect pregnant employees from discrimination.

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Florida

Minimum Wage

January 2018

The new rate is $8.25 per hour and $5.23 per hour for tipped employees, in addition to tips.

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Human Trafficking

January 2016

The law requires that a sign be posted at every rest area, turnpike service plaza, weight station, primary airport, passenger rail station, and welcome center in the state which is open to the public. Emergency rooms must also display the sign in the emergency rooms at general acute care hospitals. Also, employers at any of the following establishments are required to display the sign in a conspicuous location that is clearly visible to the public and employees of the establishment. A strip club or other adult entertainment establishment or a business that offers massage or bodywork services for compensation that is not owned by a health care profession regulated pursuant to chapter 456 and defined in s. 456.001. The notice must be posted in 16 point type in English and Spanish.

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Discrimination

July 2015

Florida has released a new version of the Discrimination notice. Included among the revisions is the new protected class of Pregnancy.

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Unemployment Insurance

April 2015

Florida has released a new version of the Unemployment Insurance (aka "To Empoyees"). The main changes to the notice are the replacement of certain instances of "reemployment assistance" with " unemployment compensation". Regardless, we have now confirmed with the Florida Department of Revenue (who administers this notice) that the new notice is required.

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Georgia

Unemployment Insurance

June 2018

The web site address has been added to the notice.

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Workers' Compensation

July 2015

Georgia has revised their Workers' Compensation Bill of Rights. Previously, weekly benefits for catastrophic cases (amputations, paralysis, etc) were capped at $525 and non-catastrophic at $350. Now Catastrophic cases are capped at $550 and non-catastrophic at $367.

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Human Trafficking

September 2013

Georgia recently released a new notice regarding Human Trafficking that is required for certain businesses. Businesses who must post the notice include: Adult entertainment establishments; Bars; Primary airports; Passenger rail or light rail stations; Bus stations; Truck stops; Emergency rooms within general acute care hospitals; Urgent care centers; Farm labor contractors and day haulers; Privately operated job recruitment centers; Safety rest areas located along interstate highways; Hotels; and Businesses and establishments that offer massage or bodywork services by a person who is not a massage therapist. The notice must be posted in English and Spanish, as well as any other language which the director of the Georgia Bureau of Investigation deems appropriate. It must be posted in each public restroom and either in a conspicuous location near the entrance, or another place clearly visible to the public and employees.

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Hawaii

Wage and Hour
Employment Discrimination
Unemployment Insurance
OSHA
Dislocated Workers
Disability Compensation
Whistleblower

January 2018

Wage and Hour
The new minimum wage rate is $10.10 per hour.
Employment Discrimination
Only the date has changed.
Unemployment Insurance
There is one less Claims Office (Molokai), the Honolulu office has only 1 phone number now, and a few of the email addresses have changed.
OSHA
Some minor textual rewording and rearrangement.
A phone number is now included for reporting workplace hazards.
A note regarding Private Sector employees has been added.
Work-related fatalities must now be reported within 8 hours and all inpatient hospitalizations, amputations, and losses of an eye within 24 hours.
Training is now required to all workers in a language and vocabulary they can understand.
Dislocated Workers
Only the date has changed.
Disability Compensation
Only the date has changed.
Whistleblower
Only the date has changed.

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No Smoking

January 2016

Hawaii has updated their No Smoking poster. The new notice revises the definition of "Smoking" to include e-cigarettes and the like.

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Unemployment Insurance

September 2014

Hawaii has updated their Unemployment Insurance Notice. Among the changes is the removal of telephone as an option for filing claims and the addition of in-person filing.

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Idaho

Equal Opportunity and Unemployment Insurance

September 2017

After checking with the state of Idaho, they have confirmed that the only change is the director's name in both notices and that it is a required change.

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Unemployment Insurance

May 2016

The state of Idaho has updated the Unemployment Insurance notice. The new notice reflects the requirement that claims be filed online rather than being brought into the office.

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Discrimination

March 2009

Formatting and contact information changes.

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Illinois

Chicago Paid Sick Leave

June 2018

Th regular rate was already listed on the poster and the tipped rate is now $6.25 per hour.

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Cook County Minimum Wage and Earned Sick Leave

June 2018

The regular rate was already listed on the poster and the tipped rate is now $5.10 per hour.

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Human Trafficking

January 2016

The notice is required for all business in certain categories. Please follow the link for more information.

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Chicago Minimum Wage

July 2015

Chicago will increase the minimum wage starting on July 1st. The minimum wage will increase to $13.00 by July 1st, 2019.

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Pregnancy Accommodation

January 2015

The state of Illinois has released the new Pregnancy Notice. This is a completely new notice.

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Indiana

Equal Employment Opportunity

August 2014

The Civil Rights Commission has revised the Equal Opportunity Employment notice. The new poster adds Veterans Status as a protected class.

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Indiana Smoking Ban

July 2012

Indiana has passed a law banning smoking in public business (with some exceptions, such as bars and private clubs). The law requires signage to be posted near entrances. Signage: The state has not yet released an official version. The law states that the phrase "State Law Prohibits Smoking Within 8 Feet of this Entrance" should be included, though other signage seems to be permitted.

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Iowa

Unemployment Insurance

August 2018

The entire layout has changed plus the following content changes:

  • "As soon as you become unemployed ..." now says "The same week you become unemployed ..."
  • The web address has changed from www.iowaworkforce.org to www.iowaworkforcedevelopment.gov
  • The instructions for filing online has changed
  • All reference to IowaWORKS Access Points has been removed
  • Fort Madison and Webster City have been removed from the list of IowaWORKS Center Locations

All County Minimum Wages have been rolled back.

April 2017

The state has banned all cities and counties from establishing their own Minimum Wage separate from the state's.

Kansas

Workers’ Compensation

April 2013

Employees now have less time to notify Employers of on the job accidents or injuries from repetitive trauma. Previously Employees were required to notify an Employer of the injury within 30 days. Now they have either: 20 days from the date of the accident or injury from repetitive trauma, 20 days from the date the Employee seeks medical treatment if still working for the Employer, or, 10 days from the last day of employment if the Employee no longer works for the Employer against whom they are seeking the claim. This is a material substantive change and a new, Kansas All–In-One poster is required.

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Kentucky

Child Labor
Wage Discrimination

July 2018

Child Labor - A new category has been added for "16 and 17 years with Parental Permission". Also, the name of the Division in charge has been amended to "Division of Wages and Hours".
Wage Discirimination - All instances of "the Act" has been replaced by "KRS 337.420 - 337.433", which is the Act's ordinance designation. The Commissioner of the Kentucky Office of Workplace Standards is now in charge of Exemptions from Coverage instead of the Executive Director. Also, the contact information has been updated.

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OSHA

January 2017

The new notice updates the employer responsibilities section to require communicating to employees about hazardous substances in the workplace, making certain records available to employees, and expands reporting requirements.

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Minimum Wage roll back

October 2016

The state has banned all cities from establishing their own Minimum Wage separate from the state's.

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Louisiana

Earned Income Credit

March 2018

The income limits have been changed to:
- $49,194 ($54,884 married filing jointly) with three or more qualifying children
- $45,802 ($51,492 married filing jointly) with two qualifying children
- $40,320 ($46,010 married filing jointly) with one qualifying child
- $15,270 ($20,950 married filing jointly) with no qualifying children

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Maine

Portland Minimum Wage

July 2018

The new rate will be $10.90 per hour.

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Minimum Wage

January 2018

The new rate is $10.00 an hour.

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Video Display Terminal

Octoboer 2017

The new notice now includes definitions to clarify basic terms of the ordinance and has replaced the details of how not to get hurt working a computer with general guidelines of education and training. The notice is back-dated to April but the notice was just released. Maine has not given a reason for the 6 month delay.

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Child Labor Law

July 2017

The law now also protects people under the age of 18 in agricultural jobs. Instead of listing particular occupations for the restriction of age groups, conditions are now in place: "…occupations declared hazardous and jeopardize their health, well-being or educational opportunities" for 14 and 15 year olds.
"… not in hazardous jobs" for 16 and 17 year olds.
The express notification that minors under the age of 14 are not allowed to work in most businesses has been removed. Since the new layout does not include any guidelines for this age group, it may be assumed this is till true. In any case, contact the Bureau of Labor Standards for more information. Contact information is included on the notice.

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Maryland

  • Minimum Wage and Overtime
  • Earned Sick and Safe Leave

July 2018

The previous year's Minimum Wage has been removed and the current year's Minimum Wage now has the yellow outline around it. Also, Prince George County has been removed and the new year for Montgomery County has been updated.
The Earned Sick and Safe Leave notice has been added to the state poster.

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Montgomery County Minimum Wage

July 2018

Montgomery County has broken down their Minimum Wage into 3 categories - Large Employer (51 or more employees), Mid-sized employer (11 to 50 employees, see chart for more information), and Small Employer (10 or fewer employees). Each category has a different rate of Minimum Wage increase toward eventual $15.00.

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Earned Sick and Safe Leave

February 2018

The state of Maryland has released a draft sample of their employee notice poster until they finalize one based on feedback, for which no estimated time has been given. If customers have specific questions or comments regarding the law, the state wants to hear from them. They may send email to small.business@maryland.gov. For additional information, please refer customers to . Since this is not the final version, it will be offered as a standalone poster. Once the final version is released, we will update our state poster.

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Unemployment Insurance

September 2017

Some of the areas served have been shuffled between the 3 points of contact. Upon initial contact with the state back in September, we were told this was a non-substantial change but, since then, it turns out to be a substantial change.

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Equal Pay for Equal Work

April 2015

Maryland has released a new version of the Equal Pay notice. The new notice includes new information regarding the enforcement of the law. Specifically: “3-306.1. Enforcement (a) Whenever the Commissioner determines that this subtitle has been violated, the Commissioner shall: (1) Try to resolve any issue involved in the violation informally by mediation; or (2) Ask the Attorney General to bring an action on behalf of the applicant or employee. (b)The Attorney General may bring an action under this section in the county where the violation allegedly occurred for injunctive relief, damages, or other relief.”

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Employment of Minors

September 2014

In August Maryland created a new fact sheet for the employment of minors.

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Minimum Wage Notice

May 2014

Maryland has released their new notice reflecting the changes to the minimum wage through 2018.

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Massachusetts

Wage and Hour

January 2017

The new rate is $11.00 an hour and $3.75 an hour for tipped employees. The number of hotlines available was consolidated to just one and the internet web addresses have been updated. Also, extra sections have been added regarding workers' rights with links for more information.

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Unemployment Insurance

October 2015

Massachusetts has revised their Unemployment Insurance notice. Along with some formatting changes and the deletion of information regarding the use of a Social Security number for filing claims online, they have added the specification that claimants for UI must be in the United States, its territories, or Canada to claim or certify for UI benefits.

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Paid Sick Leave

July 2015

Massachusetts has released the notice required for the Paid Sick Leave law that was recently enacted and goes into effect on July 1st.

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Parental Leave

April 2015

We were initially informed by the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination (MCAD) that they were creating a poster to satisfy the requirements of the recently enacted amendments to the “Maternity Leave Act”. They had released a factsheet, but claimed a poster was forthcoming. They have now stated that they will not be creating a poster. The law itself requires that employers post information about the law along with posting the employer’s own parental leave policies. They now say posting the factsheet (or a similar document with information about the law) along with the employer’s policy will satisfy the posting requirement.
As such, we are moving forward with adding the factsheet information to our MA AIO. We will include on the notice the statement that “Employers must post the company parental leave policy alongside this notice.” Since parental leave policies for various companies differ so significantly, we will not include blanks on the AIO for this information to be filled in.

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Michigan

  • Unemployment Compensation
  • Youth Employment Standards

May 2018

Unemployment Compensation:

  • Filing claims by telephone has been simplified to a single phone number.
  • Almost every instance of "Unemployment Insurance Agency (UIA)" is now replaced with "Unemployment Insurance (UI)".
  • After logging in to file a claim online, now must first click on the "Michigan Web Account Manager for Claimant and Employees" link instead of the "Claimant Services" tab.
  • Contact information for the Office of Employer Ombudsman has slightly changed.

Youth Compensation - Minor rewording under MCL 409.111 Sec (2) that did not change the effect in any way.

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Fraud and Abuse (for contractors)

July 2018

Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) requires this notice to be posted at all work sites for contractors who have contracts with MDOT.

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Minimum Wage

January 2017

The new rate is $8.90 per hour.

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Unemployment Insurance

March 2016

REVERSED! - The information regarding this notice is intended solely for written distribution to be handed to employees recently unemployed. The state is reverting to the old poster, ours is version 4.0, but will accept the erroneous change as compliant.

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MIOSHA

July 2015

Michigan has released a new version of their Safety and Health notice. Included among the changes are additional requirements that employers report any work-related fatalities to the Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs within 8 hours and any inpatient hospitalizations, amputations, and loss of eyes within 24 hours. The notice was released in September 2015 but back dated to July.

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Ann Arbor Living Wage

April 2015

The living wage notice for employers who provide services to the city or who are recipients of grants or financial assistance from the city (valued at $10,000 or more) has been revised with the new rates that go into effect on April 30th.

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Minnesota

Age Discrimination, Minimum Wage, OSHA, and Workers' Compensation

October 2017

Age Discrimination - The text has been consolidated, exceptions are mentioned though details must be acquired from the Department of Labor and Industry, and contact information has been updated.
Minimum Wage - As of January 1st, 2018, Large employer ($500k revenue or more) rate will be $9.65 an hour and the Small Employer (less than $500k revenue), Training Wage, Youth Wage, and J-1 Visa rate will be $7.87 an hour.
OSHA - The only change was the removal of the physical address at the bottom of the notice.
Workers' Compensation - The only change was the removal of the physical address at the bottom of the notice.

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St. Paul - Earned Sick and Safe Time

June 2017

For employers with twenty-four (24) or more employees, this chapter is effective July 1, 2017. For employers with twenty-thress (23) or fewer employees, this chapter is effective January 1, 2018.
For employers operating in their first six (6) months after the hire date of the employer's first employee, the employer is required to provide unpaid sick and safe time but is not required to provide paid sick and safe time. After six (6) months, the employer will be subject to this chapter. This subsection will sunset on January 1, 2023, at which point all employers will be subject to full enforcement.

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Minneapolis - Sick and Safe Time

June 2017

The Sick and Safe Time Ordinance applies to all employees who work within Minneapolis city limits. They collect 1 hour of paid sick and safe time off for every 30 hours worked.

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Minimum Wage

August 2015

Minnesota has released their new Minimum Wage notice. The new wages are: $9.00/hour Large employer - Any enterprise with an annual gross dollar volume of sales made or business done of $500,000 or more. $7.25/hour Small employer - Any enterprise with an annual gross volume of sales made or business done of less than $500,00. Training wage - May be paid to employees younger than 20 years of age for the first 90 consecutive days of employment. Youth wage - May be paid to employees younger than 18 years of age. $7.50/hour J-1 Visa - Applies to employees of hotels, motels, lodging establishments and resorts working under the authority of a summer work, travel Exchange Visitor (J) non-immigrant visa.

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Mississippi

Equal Opportunity

August 2018

  • "sex" now includes pregnancy, childbirth, and related medical conditions, sex stereotyping, transgender status, and gender identity
  • "beneficiary of programs financially assisted ..." now also applies to applicants and participants
  • "beneficiary's citizenship statusas a lawfully admitted immigrant authorized to work in the United States, or his or her participation" has been consolidated to "individual's citizenship status or participation"
  • The Mississippi Department of Employment Security has updated contact information for filing a complaint
  • '... you do not have to wait for the recipient to issue that Notice before filing a complaint with CRC." has been changed to "... you may file a complaint with CRC before receiving that Notice."

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Worker's Compensation

July 2012

Mississippi has amended its Workers’ Compensation law. In the new amendment is a requirement to post, in addition to the regular notice of coverage an explanation of benefits based on the amendment. This is a material substantive change and a new, All–In-One poster is required.

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Missouri

Unemployment Insurance

March 2018

The entire structure has changed to provide more clear details on applying for unemployment insurance, Proper Worker Classification information has been added to the notice, and the web site address has changed.

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Minimum Wage

January 2018

The new rate is $7.85 per hour.

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St. Louis Minimum Wage

May 2017

The rate is $10.00 an hour for employees working a total of 20 hours or more within the city during the previous 12 months. Tipped employees receiving more than $30 per month in tips shall be paid not less than 50% of the minimum wage rate of $10.00 an hour.

Exempt employees include

  • Charitable work where no employer/employee relationship exists
  • Foster parents
  • Day camp workers employed less than 4 months of a year
  • Casual babysitter
  • Prisoners performing labor services at a correctional facility
  • Interns participating in a qualified work-study program
  • Handicapped Employees employed in a Sheltered Workshop per Ordinance 7900


Exempt employers include

  • Governmental entities other than the City of St Louis
  • Employers whose gross annual revenue was less than $500,000 in the previous calendar year
  • Employers in operation for less than a year whose gross annual revenue is projected to be less than $500,000 in its first 12 months of business
  • Employers with 15 or fewer employees at all times in the current and previous calendar year, except franchises

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Workers' Compensation

April 2017

The Benefits for Injured Employees has been expanded to now include benefits for occupational diseases due to toxic exposure. This includes permanent total disability and/or death.
Also, under Fraud/Noncompliance, most of the felony classes have changed though the monetary penalties have not.

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Montana

Minimum Wage

October 2017

The new rate is $8.30 an hour beginning January 2018 but will remain $8.15 an hour for the remainder of 2017.

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Nebraska

Minimum Wage

January 2015

Nebraska has released the new Minimum Wage notice. The new wage as of 1/1/15 will be $8.00. On 1/1/16 it will increase to $9.00. Both wages are included on the new notice.

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Unemployment Insurance

August 2014

Nebraska has significantly updated the Unemployment Insurance Notice.

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Nevada

Nursing Mothers and Domestic Violence

October 2017 and January 2018

The Nursing Mothers ordinance requires employers to allow reasonable break time and a clean location for breast milk expression and prohibits retaliation for this allowance. The following exceptions also apply:

  • If an employer compliance will cause undue hardship considering size, financial resources, nature and structure of the business, the employer and employee may agree upon a resonable alternative.
  • Employers with less than 50 employees are not subject to the requirements if they would impose undue hardships as noted above.
  • Contractors licensed pursuant to chapter 624 of NRS are not subject to the requirements with regard to an employee who is performing work at a construction jobsite that is located at least 3 miles from the regular place of business of the employer.

The Domestic Violence ordinance allows for the usage of up to 160 hours in a 12 month period as long as the employee has been employed at least 90 days. The notice stipulates the requirements of both the employer and the employee.

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Minimum Wage, Daily Overtime, and Pregnancy Leave

July 2017

Even though only the date had changed, the state of Nevada has verified that the Minimum Wage and Daily Overtime notices are substantive changes.
The Pregnant Workers’ Fairness Act has been added to the state poster. Even though it doesn’t go into effect until October 1st, the state requires it to be posted now.

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Rules to be observed by employers

March 2016

In March Nevada revised their Rules to be Observed by Employers Notice. The only major change was to the website, with the previous site now being defunct without a redirect. We have now gotten confirmation from one of the offices that the change is required. Another office was uncertain, and neither office could confirm any citation being tied to not posting the new version. As such, we are staying on the safe side and recommending that all of our clients update their AIO.

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Unemployment Insurance

April 2014

Nevada has updated the Unemployment Insurance Notice. Among the changes was the addition of an Unemployment Insurance Fraud reporting contact site and number.

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Discrimination Notice

January 2014

Nevada added genetic information to the list of protected classes. The address for one of the offices was also changed as well as some minor cosmetic alterations. This is a material substantive change and a new, Nevada All–In-One poster is required.

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New Hampshire

Equal Pay

January 2015

New Hampshire has released the new Equal Pay Notice. This is a completely new notice describing the prohibition against paying employees differently based solely on sex.

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Whistleblower Protection

February 2014

Along with a number of rewording of the protected actions employees are now protected if they object to, in addition to the previously protected “refuse to”, participate in an activity they “in good faith” believe to be a violation of any law or rule under the laws of NH or the United States. Previously it was only listed as protected if it actually was a violation, not simply if they believed it to be so.

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New Jersey

Discrimination in Employment, Housing, and Public Accommodations

April 2018

The Discrimination in Employment notice has added the protected class of Breastfeeding. This notice will be updated on the state poster. The other two Discrimination notices have added the protected classes of Breastfeeding and liability for service in the US Armed Forces. These two notices are each standalone posters.

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Minimum Wage

January 2018

The new rate is $8.60 per hour.

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New Brunswick Paid Sick Leave

January 2016

The ordinance covers employers in New Brunswick who have "5 or more full time equivalents (FTE). Each 35 hours worked by "Part-Time" and "Full-Time" employees equals one FTE." The notice must be posted in English and any other language spoken (as the primary language) of 10% or more of the workforce of the employer.

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Cities of New Jersey Paid Sick Leave

July 2015

A number of cities in New Jersey have recently passed a Paid Sick Leave ordinance that went into effect earlier this year but didn't release them until much later. Bloomfield, effective July 2015. East Orange, effective January 2015. Montclair, effective March 2015. Passaic, effective January 2015. Paterson, effective January 2015. Trenton, effective march 2015.

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New Mexico

Workers' Compensation

July 2018

The toll-free number for the Albuquerque location has changed. The state did not change any infromation for the other locations listed on the notice. Also, the web link has changed from a www address to an https address, making it more secure. The old address does not work.

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Santa Fe County Living Wage

March 2018

The notice is required to be posted but does not include the current Living Wage. That number may be found at this link.

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Santa Fe Living Wage

March 2018

The new rate will be $11.40 per hour.

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Albuquerque Minimum Wage

January 2017

The new rate is $8.80 per hour or $7.80 if the employer provides healthcare and/or childcare benefits equal to or greater than an annual cost of $2500. Tipped employees minimum wage will be $5.30.

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Las Cruces Minimum Wage

January 2017

The new rate is $9.20 per hour. Tipped employees minimum wage will be $3.68.

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Discrimination

March 2016

New Mexico has released a new version of the Discrimination / Human Rights notice. The notice is significantly expanded and now includes enforcement information as well as explicitly stating that Sexual harassment is prohibited.

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Bernalillo County Minimum Wage

January 2016

Despite the wage remaining unchanged, Bernalillo County is considering the 2016 notice mandatory. This notice must be posted in English and Spanish.

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New York

New York City - Sexual Harassment

April 2018

All employers are required to provide written notice of employees' rights under the Human Rights Law both in the form of a displayed poster and as an information sheet distributed to individual employees at the time of hire. The fact sheet may be found here.

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New York City - Temporary Schedule Change

July 2018

Covered employees have a right to temporary changes to their work schedule for certain personal events listed on the notice. This covers all employees who work 80+ hours per calendar year in NYC and who have been employed by their employer 120 or more days. This does NOT cover government employees, certain employees subject to a collective bargaining agreement, and certain employees in motion picture, television, and live entertainment industries. Employers must post this notice where covered employees can easily see it at each NYC workplace in English and in any language that is the primary language of at least 5% of the workers at a workplace if the translation is available on the DCA website. As of this Change Notice, only English is available.

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New York City - Paid Safe and Sick Leave

May 2018

Safe Leave (from domestic violence, unwanted sexual physical contact, stalking, human trafficking) has been added with acceompanying details to the Paid Sick Leave notice.

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New York City Fast Food Fair Workweek and Deductions

November 2017

This notice must be posted for employees who perform at least one of the following tasks at a fast food establishemtn in NYC:

  • customer service
  • cooking
  • food or drink preparation
  • off-site delivery
  • security
  • stocking supplies or equipment
  • cleaning
  • routine maintenance duties

Retailers must post this notice where employees can easily see it at each NYC workplace. It must also be posted in any language that is the primary language of at least 5 percent of the workers at the workplace, if available on the DCA website. Currently, only English is available.
Also, this notice is accompanied by a notice for workers' rights to make contributions to nonprofits through their employer.

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New York City Retail Fair Workweek

November 2017

This notice must be posted by employers who:

  • sell consumer goods
  • employs at least 20 workers in NYC
  • are not covered by certain collective bargaining agreements

Retailers must post this notice where employees can easily see it at each NYC workplace. It must also be posted in any language that is the primary language of at least 5 percent of the workers at the workplace, if available on the DCA website. Currently, only English is available.

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Minimum Wage

January 2018

The new rate is $13.00 an hour for large employers (11 or more employees) in New York City, $12.00 an hour for small employers (10 or less employees) in New York City, $11.00 an hour in Long Island and Westchester County, and $10.40 an hour for the remainder of New York state. The notice details this breakdown and also includes the rates for tipped workers in these locations.

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Hospitality Wage Order

January 2018

The new rate is as follows:
$13.00 - New York City 11 or more employees
$12.00 - New York City 10 or less employees
$11.00 - Long Island and Westchester County
$10.40 - Remainder of New York State
Also, the limit of four hours for Call-in Pay has been removed, implying there is now no limit.

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Wage Orders

January 2017

The new wage orders have all been updated in accordance with the state's minimum wage rates. These include: Apparel, Building Services, Farm Workers, and Hospitality. The Miscellaneous, which includes Tipped employees, is now part of the state All-In-One poster. The New York Department of Labor confirmed the Miscellaneous notice doubles as the state's Minimum Wage notice.

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Nail Worker Bill of Rights

July 2015

New York has released a new notice for businesses in the Nail Specialty (i.e. nail salons and the like). This is a new notice and must be posted where both employees and the public may see it. The notice lists a number of rights including the hotline contact for the agency, the minimum wage for nail practitioners, restrictions of employers' ability to take an employee's wages, etc. The notice is available in a number of languages but the law does not explicitly require any specific languages as it stands.

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North Carolina

OSHA
Wage and Hour

January 2018

OSHA
The web link for the main site has changed to www.labor.nc.gov. Also, a section regarding NC Workers' Compensation Notice to Injured Workers and Employers (Form 17) has been added

Wage and Hour Notice
The web link for the main site has changed to www.labor.nc.gov.
Also, a section regarding Employment Classification has been added.
The paragraph under Right to Work regarding CWA v. Beck has been removed and the following paragraph has been slightly expanded to clarify that NCDOL had no authority in labor union laws with appropriate contact information for such occassions.

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Workers's Compesation

November 2014

North Carolina recently passed a law that required revision to the Workers’ Compensation notice. The notice now includes space for the Employer’s insurance provider’s name and contact information.

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North Dakota

Minimum Wage

August 2015

North Dakota has updated their minimum wage notice, though not the wage itself. Among numerous minor changes was the additional limitation on paid time off compensation. In North Dakota, if an employee separates from the employer, they do not forfeit any accrued paid time off and must be compensated for it with a few exceptions. In addition to the previous exceptions, it is now allowed for employers to withhold payment for paid time off if it was awarded before being earned or if the employer provided written notice of the limitation on payment of paid time off before it was awarded.

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Ohio

Minimum Wage

January 2018

The new rate is $8.30 per hour for non-tipped employees and $4.15 for tipped employees. Also, the Handicapped Rate has been renamed to the Sub-Minimum Wage Rate.

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Minimum Wage

January 2015

The minimum wage is increasing to $8.10 for non-tipped employees.

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Oklahoma

Discrimination

August 2018

The entire text has been consolidated to be more concise and the contact information has been expanded. Also note that the document was created in January but was only recently posted to the state web site.

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Oregon

Minimum Wage
Equal Pay

June 2018

The new rate is as follows:

  • Standard $10.75 per hour
  • Portland Metro $12.00 per hour
  • Nonurban Counties $10.50 per hour

Equal Pay is now a required notice and has been added to the state poster. It provides guidelines regarding Pay History, Unlawful Practices, and Provisions.

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OSHA

October 2016

The new notice includes the right to report a work-related injury or illness without being retaliated against. Also, employees may now request the workplace injury and illness log when accessing medical records.

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Sick Time

January 2016

Oregon has released their Sick Time notice. Employers are required to provide employees with a notice of the law's provisions. While this notice is not required to be posted, it must at least be given to employees, included in an Employee Handbook, etc. For those who may prefer a poster, we offer one as well.

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Pennsylvania

Unemployment Compensation

September 2016

The new notice adds details in the use of Form UC-1609 which is used to apply for Unemployment Compensation benefits.

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Philadelphia Ban the Box

March 2016

Philadelphia passed a "Ban the Box" ordinance which prohibits employers from asking about prospective employees' criminal records.

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Pittsburgh Paid Sick Leave

January 2016

This ordinance has been struck down by a blocking lawsuit. The city may appeal the ruling but the posting requirement has been suspended.

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Philadelphia Paid Sick Leave

May 2015

Philadelphia has released their notice with regard to Paid Sick Leave. The ordinance goes into effect on May 13th of this year. Employers must notify employees of their rights by either giving them notice in English and any language spoken by 5% of their workforce or by posting the new notice in English and any other language spoken by 5% of the workforce. At this time only English has been released.

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Workers' Compensation

January 2015

Pennsylvania has revised their Workers’ Comp Insurance notice. In addition to numerous formatting changes, they have added a statement advising that misleading or incomplete information may violate insurance fraud laws as well as a number of new claims contact information (including hearing impaired and email).

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Rhode Island

Healthy and Safe Families and Workplaces

July 2018

Entitles employees to sick and safe leave to address health and safety needs including those for families. This leave may or may not be paid depending on the size of your employer and other factors as detailed in the law. Visit www.dlt.ri.gov/wrs or call (402)462-WAGE (9243) for more information.

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Minimum Wage

January 2018

The new rate is $10.10.

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Notice of Pregnancy Rights

July 2015

Rhode Island recently amended the Rhode Island Fair Employment Practices Act (FEPA) to require employers provide accommodations for pregnant workers. The amendment requires an additional posting requirement, along with the existing Discrimination notice.

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South Carolina

Employment Discrimination

May 2018

South Carolina released their official notice for Pregnancy Accommodation by incorporating it into the Employment Discrimination notice.

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Workers' Compensation

February 2014

The Workers’ Compensation Commission has released a new Workers’ Compensation notice. The new notice utilizes largely similar language to the previous notice but now explicitly requires the employer’s insurance provider’s name and contact information.

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South Dakota

Unemployment Insurance

January 2010

The 2010 Notice to Employees is a new subsection to the Unemployment Insurance notice to be added this year. It states who is eligible for unemployment benefits and list the Department of Labors local offices.

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Tennessee

Workers' Compensation

June 2018

The section describing which employees are covered has been removed, indicating that all employees are now covered.
Also, contact information has slightly changed - zip code, phone number, and web address.

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Wage Regulation

August 2017

The payment due has changed from "semi-monthly" to "once per month". Also, the number of points of contact for the hearing impaired has been consolidated from 4 to 1.

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Unemployment Insurance

March 2017

The requirement for keeping physical records of work searches has been removed, the web site link has been updated, and the note on Partial Unemployment has been removed.

Of minor note, the benefits, if not using Direct Deposit, will be awarded using a MasterCard instead of Visa.

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Texas

Workers' Compensation (Ombudsman)

April 2018

While the regulation 28 TAC §276.5 is still referenced, the actual text has been removed from the notice. The change went into effect in April but the notice was only recently released.

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Gun Laws

January 2016

While these notices are not required to be posted, if a business chooses not to allow guns into their establishment, whether concealed (30.06) or open carry (30.07), a notice must be posted.

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Utah

Pregnancy

August 2017

The new notice has been added to the All-In-One and requires employers to provide reasonable accommodations for employees regarding pregnancy, child birth, breastfeeding, or related conditions.

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OSHA

August 2012

Utah released a revised OSHA Notice. Most of the changes are simply rephrasing of information that was included on the previous version and formatting changes as well as QR codes. However, the new notice does include the specification that employees are obligated to follow safety policies put in place by the employer. Previously the notice only referred to the employees’ rights, not obligations.

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Worker's Compensation

July 2012

Utah released a revised Workers’ Compensation Notice. The new notice clarifies that reports of injury or work related illness must be reported within 180 days of the incident to avoid losing benefits. Previously it stated merely that the report must be made “promptly”.

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Vermont

Crime Victims

July 2018

Under Vermont law, crime victims are protected from harassment or other discrimination by employers based on their stats as a crime victim. Employees who are crime victims have the right to take unpaid leave to attend criminal proceedings and related hearings. While on crime victim leave, employees may use any accrued sick leave, vacation leave, or any other paid leave while continuing to receive employment benefits and have the right to return to the same job or a comparable position upon return.

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Pregnancy

January 2018

This law applies to all Vermont workplaces and all pregnant employees. Reasonable accommodations must be made for a pregnant employee and it protects against retaliation or firing of the employee.

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Earned Sick Time

January 2017

Vermont updated their Unemployment Insurance notice. It now explicitly notes free employment assistance and adds a number of new Labor Career Resource Centers to the list.

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Reinstatement Liability (Workers' Compensation)

May 2015

Vermont has released a new "Employers Reinstatement Liability" notice. The new notice is completely reformatted and includes new information. Among the changes are the altering of the title from "Employers Reinstatement Liability" to "Workers' Compensation Reinstatement Rights". Also, added is the clarification that the law applies to all employers who employ 10 or more employees of whom at least 10 work more than 15 hours a week. New address and email contact information for the Workers' Compensation Division was added as well.

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Minimum Wage

January 2015

Vermont has released a new Minimum Wage notice displaying planned future Minimum Wage increases through 2018.

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Virginia

Earned Income Tax Credit

October 2017

Many more details and guidelines are provided regarding EITC eligibility.

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OSHA

October 2016

The new notice changes wording in the Discrimination section from "discharged or discriminated against" to "retaliate" to cover any form of adverse treatment.

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Unemployment Insurance

April 2015

The state has released a new UI Notice. Among the changes made are the combining of the “Totally Unemployed” and “reduced hours” sections into one section. This section also adds the requirement that all claimants who are totally unemployed must register for work with the Commission. The Commission also removed references to visiting local offices and instead refers all those who need to file claims or have questions to their new website (Note: currently the old website redirects to the new site, we do not know how long this will continue) or to call in.

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Washington

Unemployment Benefits and Your Rights as a Worker

January 2018

Unemployment Benefits - The web site is now underlined and italicized to make it stand out.

Your Rights as a Worker

  • a QR code was added to find out the minimum wage
  • the section for "There are a few exceptions to minimum wage and overtime laws" has been removed
  • Paid Sick Leave has been added
  • other minor format or context changes

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Seattle Minimum Wage

January 2018

The new rate is $15.45 an hour for Large Employers (501 or more employees) who don't contribute to employee medical benefits and $15.00 an hour if they do contribute. Small Employers (500 or less employees) must pay $14.00 an hour (if they do not pay at least $2.50 an hour toward employee medical benefits and/or the employee earns at least $2.50 an hour in tips) or $11.50 an hour (if they do).

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Spokane Earned Sick Leave

January 2017

The new notice applies when employees and/or their family members are sick, injured, need preventative health care, or need to address issues of domestic violence.

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Seattle 4 in 1

September 2016

Seattle has released its 4 in 1 poster which incorporates Minimum Wage, Wage Theft, Fair Chance Employment, and Paid Sick & Safe Time. The ordinance went into effect at the beginning of the year, though they only released the poster recently and are not enforcing violations for not posting until September 30th, 2016.

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Tacoma Paid Leave and Minimum Wage

February 2016

Tacoma has released both their Paid Leave and Minimum Wage notices. Paid Sick Leave goes into effect February 1st, 2016. The new wage will be $10.35 per hour. Notice must be provided, in print or electronically, in English, Spanish, Vietnamese, Thai, Mandarin and Russian.

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Job Safety and Health

September 2015

Washington has significantly revised the Safety and Health notice. Many of the changes are cosmetic but included is the requirement, per the Department of Labor and Industries, that all injuries that result in amputation or loss of an eye be reported within 24 hours.

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West Virginia

Human Rights Act

June 2016

The new notice includes information on the Pregnant Workers' Fairness Act.

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Wage Payment and Collection Act

June 2015

West Virginia has released a new version of this notice. The majority of the notice is completely rewritten and some of it is synonymous with the old version. However, included among the changes are revisions to the date of pay requirements. Formerly, paydays had to be once every two weeks. Now the requirement is that there be paydays twice in a month with no more than 19 days between paydays.

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Minimum Wage

January 2015

West Virginia has release a new Minimum Wage notice displaying planned future Minimum Wage increases.

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Wisconsin

Unemployment Insurance

October 2018

A blank bos has been added for the employer to fill in their Business Name and Address.

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Bone Marrow and Organ Donation Leave

May 2016

This is a new notice which is required for employers with 50 or more employees informing them of their rights to time off for organ or bone marrow donation. Employers with 25 or more employees are required to post the employer's own leave policy. Note: Employers with fewer than 50 employees will not need to update.

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Wyoming

OSHA

April 2018

  • Throughout the notice, all mention of Wyoming Workers' Compensation has been replaced with Wyoming OSHA.
  • Many text changes are found throughout the notcie.
  • A new section for Employer Reporting Requirements has been added.
  • Violations now incur a citation as well as a notification of penalty.
  • Penalty amounts are now obtained by contacting Wyoming OSHA through provided contact information.
  • Employers are no longer required to report all work-related fatalities within 8 hours and all inpatient hospitalizations, amuptations, and losses of an eye within 24 hours.

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Discrimination REMOVED

February 2018

The Discrimination notice has been removed from the list of required notices. If you rquire assistance regarding Discrimination, you may find claim information here.

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