March 2019

2019 marks Compliance Poster Company’s 30th anniversary! We know that some of our valued business partners have decades of experience under their belts while others are just starting up. No matter how long you’ve been around, we think that we all have something to learn and teach from each other. We’re honored to have been operating long Read more

30 Lessons Learned From Business

2019 marks Compliance Poster Company’s 30th anniversary as a company! We know that some of our valued business partners have decades of experience under their belts while others are just starting up. No matter how long you’ve been around, we think that we all have something to learn and teach from each other. We’re honored to have Read more

Portland Civil Rights Ordinance Now Protects Atheists

The City of Portland, Oregon has amended the Portland Civil Rights Ordinance to clarify that religious discrimination includes discrimination on the basis of atheism and agnosticism. In a press release, Commissioner Anna Fritz, who submitted the ordinance to the City Council, stated that “Freedom of religion includes freedom not to affiliate with a religious belief. Read more

Right to Work Poster

The United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) and its E-Verify division have released a new Right to Work poster. Employers that participate in E-Verify must post the Right to Work poster along with the E-Verify Participation poster in the workplace. The posters must be displayed in both English and Spanish. Employers must replace previous Read more

2019 Santa Fe Living Wage Poster Now Available

While most New Mexico municipalities update their minimum wage rates in January, Santa Fe stands apart from the pack with an annual increase to the city living wage on March 1. With the most recent increase already in effect, the city has finally released the mandatory poster. Employers with workers operating within the city should Read more

Court Overturns Stay on EEO-1 Pay Data

On March 4, 2019, a federal court overturned an agency-ordered delay of EEO-1 pay data rules. The rules will require employers with 100 or more employees to submit wage and hour information for employees in addition to data already required by the EEO-1 survey. The EEO-1 survey in its current form collects employment data from Read more

Kentucky Labor Law Posters

On July 17, 2018, Kentucky Governor Matthew G. Bevin passed Executive Order 2018-586 abolishing the Occupational Safety and Health Standards Board. The Occupational Safety and Health Standards Board consisted of a thirteen-member body chaired by the Secretary of Labor. The Board was created to adopt and promulgate occupational safety and health rules, regulations, and standards Read more

Employee security search

Frlekin v. Apple, Inc. is one of several California Wage Order interpretation cases that merit watching this year. The California Supreme Court has agreed to decide whether retail employees should be compensated for the time spent while their personal belongings are searched by store management prior to exiting the premises. The question turns on the Read more