Poster Updates

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

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

Oregon Predictive Work Scheduling Law for Employees

The Oregon Predictive Work Scheduling Law Poster  (also referred to as the Oregon Employee Work Schedules Poster) has been updated with revised information regarding who is covered by the law and more precise requirements for advance notice of schedule changes. The poster was revised to comply with regulations approved by the Oregon Bureau of Labor Read more

2018 EITC Notice

The Virginia Department of Labor and Virginia Department of Social Services have updated two mandatory workplace posters: the Job Safety and Health Protection notice required under the state’s Virginia Occupational Safety and Health (VOSH) law and a notice describing the federal Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC). Both notices are mandatory-to-post for most employers operating in Read more

South Carolina Pregnancy Accommodations Act Poster Now Required

Employers operating in South Carolina are now required to post the new Employment Discrimination notice supplied by the Human Affairs Commission  to fulfill the South Carolina Pregnancy Accommodations Act poster requirement. The Pregnancy Accommodations Act is a new law already in effect which requires employers to provide reasonable accommodations to job applicants and employees who Read more

Louisiana EITC Available for 2018

Months after some may have given up on it, the Louisiana Workforce Commission has finally released the Louisiana Earned Income Credit notice for 2018. This mandatory posting, which is updated yearly and usually released at the beginning of the year, informs employees of the potential availability of the federal Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) and Read more

Denver Anti-Discrimination Poster

The Denver Anti-Discrimination Office (DADO) has revised the City and County of Denver Anti-Discrimination Poster with information about employer obligations to obey federal as well as municipal law, and additional details on DADO’s role in enforcing the law. This represents the first change to this poster since it was created a decade ago. Colorado employers Read more

2018 Georgia Unemployment Notice Peel 'N Post - Mobile Poster Pak

While everyone’s been on then lookout for those big July 1 changes, Georgia – a state which has not updated any of its mandatory labor law notices since 2016 – slipped in under the radar with a summer surprise. With a revision date of 06/18, the Georgia Department of Labor has updated the Unemployment Insurance Read more

Nevada 2018 Minimum Wage Notices Now Available

July 1 is almost here! Although January tends to get all the hype when it comes to the minimum wage, there are quite a few locations that schedule their minimum wage updates for the six-month mark of the year. Nevada is one of two states that requires employers to post updated minimum wage notices on Read more