Poster Updates

This year, Wyoming OSHA has been a little tough on employers requiring them to update their workplace “Health and Safety Protection on the Job” posting for the second time this year.  The reason for the second Wyoming OSHA posting update is simple – Wyoming OSHA penalties have increased, again. To explain: Wyoming is one of Read more

New Jersey Labor Law Posters

The New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development, and the Division on Civil Rights have recently updated two mandatory workplace postings. New Jersey employers must update their All-On-One poster to remain compliant. The changes include a new protected class under the New Jersey Law Against Discrimination and corrections to the Employer Obligation to Maintain Read more

2018 Canadian Labour Law Posters Get an Easter Update

Both employers and employees are likely to have bunnies on the brain this Easter Sunday, but if you operate in Canada you should be aware that April 1, 2018 will bring employment law changes as well as eggs. Updated 2018 Canadian labour law posters are now available for employers who wish to keep employees informed Read more

Are 2018 Minimum Wage Poster Updates Required?

On January 1, 2018, the minimum wage increased in 18 states, an even greater number of municipalities, and on the federal level for employees of federal contractors. Employers were required to pay employees at the updated hourly wage rate and, in many cases, update their outdated workplace posters with a 2018 minimum wage poster. While Read more

Virginia Earned Income Tax Credit

The Commonwealth of Virginia has updated two mandatory notices describing tax benefits that employees may be eligible for during this year’s tax season. Employers are required to post both the federal EITC notice and the state CLI notice to inform employees of the availibity of these earned income tax credits. What’s the EITC? The federal Read more

Maine Labor Law Posters

Maine employers, are your labor law posters up to date? You might want to double-check! While many were surely prepared to update their minimum wage posters for 2018, it may come as a surprise that the Maine Department of Labor (MDOL) also made an important revision to the Maine Employment Security Poster – especially since Read more

Hawaii employers, it’s time to update!  The Hawaii Department of Labor and Industrial Relations (DLIR) has updated two required workplace notices consistent with new laws passed last summer.  Compliance Poster Company has updated the Hawaii All-On-One™ Labor Law Poster to include these major changes and other new information included on the updated Hawaii workplace notices. Read more

Alberta Fair and Family-Friendly Workplaces

We all knew it was coming, but some employers may still be surprised to find that it’s already here: Alberta’s Fair and Family-friendly Workplaces Act is now in effect. The Act, which passed the Legislative Assembly in June of 2017, represents the first update to the Employment Standards Code in nearly 30 years. The process Read more