September 2018

Blue Vertical 12-Month Calendar

With the New Year fast approaching, it’s that time again to order your new 2019 calendars and planners. As we all know, organization is a key component of productivity. CPC’s new 2019 calendars and planners can help you stay on track in achieving your goals and getting your work done. The calendars are annotated with significant Read more

  Iowa Unemployment Insurance Notice  Update New UI claim filing website and navigation instructions When to file a claim for benefits Unemployment Handbook information Work registration information IowaWorks contact information Updated format 2018 Iowa Unemployment Insurance Peel ‘N Post™ What’s new? The redesigned Iowa Unemployment Insurance notice includes the following changes: new unemployment insurance claim filing website Read more

2018 Mobile Poster Pak Peel 'N Post English

Iowa employees who have lost their jobs or had their work hours reduced may be eligible for unemployment insurance benefits.  To inform employees about how to obtain unemployment insurance benefits, employers must post in the workplace the Iowa Workforce Development’s (IWD) Unemployment Insurance Notice. Recently, the Iowa Unemployment Insurance Notice was updated with new claim Read more

2018 Alberta Minimum Wage Increases October 1st

It’s been a year of big changes for Alberta employers, but it’s finally time to get back to business as usual. Close on the heels of massive revisions to the province’s employment standards and occupational health and safety rules, the Alberta minimum wage will come to a final scheduled increase on October 1, 2018. To assist Read more

Now covers private employers with 5 or more employees San Francisco  Fair Chance Ordinance Posting  Update New limit on when an employer may inquire into an applicant’s or employee’s criminal record New category of information designated as strictly “Off Limits” Mandatory posting update for all covered employers and all city contractors and subcontractors What’s new? Read more

Provincial Minimum Wage Increases October 1!   Saskatchewan All-On-One™  Labour Law Poster    What’s new: Updated! Minimum Wage Regulations in Saskatchewan Updated! Leaves of Absence Under the Saskatchewan Employment Act Minimum Wage Regulations in Saskatchewan  The Minimum Wage Regulations in Saskatchewan notice provides information on the current provincial minimum wage, minimum call-out pay, and mandatory paydays. Effective Read more

2018 Saskatchewan Minimum Wage Increases on October 1

Fall may be coming, but wages are on the rise! Employees in three Canadian provinces (Alberta, Manitoba, and Saskatchewan) can look forward to a minimum wage increase on October 1. We here at CPC are still hard at work updating workplace posters for two of those provinces, but employers can now purchase the Saskatchewan All-On-One Read more

British Columbia Employee Leaves  Peel ‘N Post  Update   Expanded employee leaves: Pregnancy leave Parental leave Compassionate care leave New employee leaves: Child disappearance leave Death of child leave What’s new? Recent amendments to the British Columbia Employment Standards Act expand employees’ pregnancy leave, parental leave and compassionate care leave entitlements and establish two new Read more

British Columbia employee leaves

This year, British Columbia enacted the Employment Standards Amendment Act, 2018 (ESA).  The new law expands employees’ pregnancy, parental and compassionate care leave rights and establishes two new leave entitlements.  The expanded leave protections better reflect the self and family care-giving needs of BC’s working families. The law also allows employees to take advantage of Read more