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Michigan Labor Law Poster

During the 2019 legislative session, Governor Whitmer signed Executive Order 3 to re-organize the state government for a more efficient administration. The Order created the Department of Labor and Economic Opportunity, and renamed the Department of Talent and Economic Development to Department of Labor and Economic Opportunity. The Order also abolished the Michigan Talent Investment Read more

2020 Connecticut Sexual Harassment Peel 'N Post

During the 2019 legislative session, Connecticut Governor Lamont signed several acts affecting different labor laws in the state. Two of these acts (19-16 and 19-93) amend the Connecticut Human Rights Law, requiring employers with three or more employees to provide two hours of training and education concerning sexual harassment and remedies available to victims of Read more

LA EIC 2020

Just in time for the 2020 tax season, the Louisiana Workforce Commission (LWC) has released both the 2019 Earned Income Credit (EIC) Notice and the 2020 EIC Notice that Louisiana employers are required to post in the workplace each year to advise their employees that they may be eligible for the federal Earned Income Tax Read more

2020 Washington All-On-One Poster

Whether it’s to welcome a new child or cope with a serious health condition, this year employees in Washington State can start exercising their right to take paid time off available through the state’s Paid Family and Medical Leave (PFML) program. PFML is a mandatory statewide insurance program that provides wage replacement benefits to an Read more

Your Rights Under Illinois Employment Laws

It has been 10 years since Illinois has implemented a minimum wage rate increase.  This year, Illinois’ low wage workers will start earning higher wages beginning with a $2 bump in their hourly wage rate to $9.25 per hour on January 1, 2020 and quickly followed by another 75₵ increase in July.  The boost in Read more

Maine Labor Law Poster

With days from the New Year, the Maine Department of Labor has revised several mandatory workplace notices, including the Minimum Wage notice. Employers in the state of Maine should review their workplace notices to be compliant for 2020. Maine is one of 21 states that will be increasing the minimum wage rate on January 1, Read more