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Texas Labor Law Posters

All Texas employers participating in the workers’ compensation system must post notice of the Office of Injured Employee Counsel (OIEC) Ombudsman Program. The notice must be displayed in the personnel office, if the employer has a personnel office, and in the workplace where each employee is likely to see the notice on a regular basis. Read more

New OSHA Regulations Proposed

Two years after the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) passed regulations intended to improve tracking of workplace injuries and illnesses, the federal agency has proposed to amend their own rule in order to limit the information that employers are required to submit. If the rule is approved, employers will no longer be required to Read more

Vermont Employment Protection for Victims of Crime Poster Peel 'N Post

During this year’s legislative term, Vermont lawmakers passed the Employment Protection for Crime Victims Law (HB 711) adding crime victim status to the list of characteristics which are protected from employment discrimination. The law protects both employees and job applicants who are crime victims from discriminatory employment practices and retaliation. The law also requires employers Read more

California Unemployment Insurance, Disability Insurance and Paid Family Leave Peel 'N Post

California Implements New Claim Filing Procedures for Unemployment, Disability and Paid Family Leave Benefits California employers – it’s time to update workplace posters!  The California Employment Development Department (EDD) has revised the mandatory-to-post Notice to Employees – Unemployment Insurance (UI), Disability Insurance (DI) and Paid Family Leave (PFL).  The California revised UI, DI, and PFL Read more

New York City Temporary Schedule Change Poster

Earlier this year, the New York City Council passed Int. 1399-2016, amending the Fair Workweek Law. Effective July 18, 2018, employers must allow employees to take two temporary schedule changes per calendar year for a personal event. All employees who work 80 hours or more per calendar year in the City and who have been Read more