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Oregon Workplace Accommodations

Oregon lawmakers are engaged with the needs and expectations of the evolving workforce, consistently passing new laws that better protect the welfare of employees.  Beginning January 1, 2020, working new moms and moms-to-be will benefit from these efforts.  This year, the Oregon Legislature passed two on-trend bills that require employers to make pregnancy-related accommodations for Read more

2019 Holiday Sale

Our gift to you! CPC’s primary mission is ensuring the compliance of our business partners with our signature All-On-One Labor Law Posters, consolidating the most commonly-required state, federal, and OSHA required postings onto one convenient 27″ x 40″ poster. However, we’re equally dedicated to making sure that every employer has the mandatory labor law posters Read more

Happy Thanksgiving

Compliance Poster Company wants to wish you and your loved ones a wonderful Thanksgiving and a joyous time with family and friends. Thank you for your continued partnership with us. Don’t forget to take advantage of our Black Friday special offer: FREE Active Shooter Poster (#74754) or 2020 Holiday Calendar (#74108) with any purchase of Read more

Nevada Workers Compensation Informational Poster

What’s New? This year, Nevada passed legislation (Senate Bill 493) that will enable the state to more aggressively identify and deter the practice of misclassifying workers as independent contractors.  Updating the Nevada Workers’ Compensation Informational Poster to explain the terms “employer,” “employee” and “independent contractor” is one preventive measure.  The law also calls upon the Read more

Maryland Updates the Equal Pay for Equal Work Workplace Posting

The Maryland Department of Labor has updated the required Maryland Equal Pay for Equal Work workplace posting to reflect recent changes in the law.  All Maryland employers regardless of size or industry are required to post the updated workplace posting.   What does the Equal Pay for Equal Work law cover? The Maryland Equal Pay Read more

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

If you read the first part of our Nevada blog yesterday about recent state laws giving employees greater benefits and freedoms in their work lives, then you already know a little bit about the changes to three of the Nevada mandatory workplace postings.  If you haven’t read yesterday’s blog, check it out so that you Read more