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Prevent Workers From Heat Illness During High Heat Conditions Post Heat Illness Precautions Today! Important Employer Advisory OSHA Launches Heat Safety Enforcement Program Targeting Indoor and Outdoor Workplaces During High Heat Conditions  Don’t wait until OSHA arrives! What’s new? OSHA is implementing a National Emphasis Program (NEP) to ensure employees are protected from heat-related hazards in outdoor and indoor Read more

Iowa 2022 Labor Law Poster Update Now Shipping! EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY Iowa 2022 All-On-One™ Labor Law Poster BUY TODAY What’s new?Job Safety and Health Protection – It’s The Law! Revised to clarify that employees: may file an OSHA complaint for retaliation or discrimination for making safety and health complaints. may see medical records and records of Read more

Attention District of Columbia Employers The Time Off to Vote Notice Has Released Before the Primary ElectionOrder your copy today! District of Columbia Time Off to Vote Notice Buy Now What changed? The District of Columbia Time Off to Vote Notice has been revised to reflect the 2022 Primary Election dates and times: Early Voting – Read more

Updated! Coronavirus (COVID-19) Workplace Safety Information 2022 U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Guidance Coronavirus (COVID-19) Facts Poster Added Topics: Early Testing and Treatment Revised Quarantine and Isolation Periods Self-Testing and Test Results BUY TODAY! What’s new? Recent updates to the CDC’s Guidance for Workplaces and Businesses emphasize COVID-19 testing, treatment, and the Read more

New Jersey 2022 Poster Update Now Shipping Revised Minimum Wage, New Jersey Family Leave Act & Earned Sick Leave Postings Buy Now What’s new? New Jersey Minimum Wage – Updated with a: New header and logo; Long-term care facility employees minimum wage rates; Corrected 2021 and 2022 agricultural minimum wage rates; New list of exempt employees; and Read more

Kansas Equal Opportunity in Employment Peel 'N Post

What changed and why? The Kansas 2021 Equal Opportunity in Employment posting has been updated consistent with Guidance from the Kansas Human Rights Commission (KHRC) issued in response to the 2020 U.S. Supreme Court decision in Bostock v. Clayton County. In the landmark civil rights case, the Supreme Court held that the prohibition of discrimination Read more

Earlier this month, the Illinois Department of Labor (IDOL) announced the state’s minimum wage increase going into effect on January 1, 2021. Starting next month, the minimum wage rate increases from $10.00 per hour to $11.00 per hour. The change comes as a result of legislation passed in 2019 incrementally increasing the minimum wage rate Read more

Christmas Greetings

2020 has been a year full of surprises (to say the least). So, lets take this Christmas season to soak up some cheer. May you have a restful and safe Christmas. Thank you for your continued support and business. We look forward to serving you in the upcoming year.