Viridiana Huerta

On October 1, 2019, Manitoba’s minimum wage increased by 30 cents. The increase was based on the province’s 2.5 percent inflation rate in 2018. According to the Growth, Enterprise and Trade Minister Blaine Pedersen, “the minimum wage increase will help our economy continue to attract new investment and participation in the workforce.” The new minimum Read more

New Hampshire Employment Discrimination Peel 'N Post

The New Hampshire Commission for Human Rights has updated the mandatory New Hampshire Employment Discrimination posting. The posting, which lists all protected categories under the New Hampshire Law Against Discrimination, has been substantially redesigned. In 2018, the New Hampshire legislature enacted House Bill 1319, adding gender identity to the list of protected categories. The law Read more

Texas Senate Bill 21

On September 1, 2019, Texas became the latest state to raise the legal age to purchase tobacco products. Senate Bill 21 prohibits the sale of cigarettes and other tobacco products, including e-cigarettes to anyone under the age of 21. The law only allows individuals who are 18 years and older and serving in the military Read more

New Wisconsin Unemployment Insurance Posting – Effective Immediately! 2019 Wisconsin Unemployment Insurance Peel ‘N Post™ Wisconsin All-On-One Labor Law Poster™ What’s changed? The Wisconsin Unemployment Insurance posting has been revised with a new website address for the Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development Unemployment Insurance Division. The website has resources for employers and employees, including unemployment Read more

2019 Wisconsin Unemployment Insurance Peel 'N Post

Wisconsin’s Department of Workforce Development Unemployment Insurance Division has released an updated Unemployment Insurance posting entitled “Notice to Employees About Applying for Wisconsin Unemployment Benefits.” To provide employees with the most current information on unemployment insurance, employers must post the revised Unemployment Insurance posting. The posting includes an updated web address for obtaining more information Read more

Let’s Get Organized! Order Your 2020  Calendar or  Day Planner Today   Keep track of upcoming assignments,  events, and other due dates 12-Month Calendars Planners With the new year quickly approaching, now is a good time to start preparing for 2020 engagements, projects and deadlines! Compliance Poster Company has a great selection of 2020 calendars and Read more

Yes, it’s that time again – the 2020 calendars and planners are here! CPC’s calendars and planners are the perfect solution for getting organized. With the new year fast-approaching, the new calendars and planners can help you stay on top of appointments, events, and deadlines. If there is something we can all agree on, it Read more

Nursing Home Facilities

On July 1, 2019, Connecticut Governor Lamont signed Public Act No. 19-89 into law. The law, which goes into effect October 1, 2019, requires nursing home facilities in the state of Connecticut to post daily information and reinstate employees or residents after retaliation. Nursing home facilities must post at the beginning of each shift the Read more

Pregnant and Nursing Employees

During the 2019 legislative session, Governor Janet Mills signed HB 487, extending protections for pregnant and nursing employees in the state of Maine. Under the law, which goes into effect September 19, 2019, employers must provide reasonable accommodations for pregnancy-related conditions. Pregnancy-related condition is defined in the new law as “a known limitation of an Read more

salary ban

This January, New Jersey will join a growing number of states that prohibit employers from inquiring about workers’ compensation and salary experience. The new law (AB 1094) will prohibit employers from directly asking job applicants about their salary history, searching publicly available records for an applicant’s salary history, or using salary history disclosed during a Read more