labor law posters

Compliance Poster Company’s business partners will soon see a bright addition to their new All-On-One Labor Law posters. The US Department of Labor (DOL) has released an updated Family and Medical Leave Act posting. In addition to a vivid new color scheme, the new posting features a streamlined explanation of leave eligibility and entitlements that Read more

The recent and upcoming presidential primary elections are making vibrant headlines around the country. On Tuesday, November 8, 2016 voters will elect a new president. Most election days fall on a Tuesday, which has many workers and employers wondering what the law in their state is regarding time off to vote. The laws of almost Read more

Compliance Poster Company’s family of employees would like wish you and your family the very best holiday and a prosperous New Year. At this time of year, we join you in looking forward to the new year’s opportunities and reflecting on blessings of years past. It’s also a good time to make sure your workplace Read more

In this age digital communication, employers often wonder whether they can avoid physical posting of mandatory labor law notices in the workplace by posting the notices electronically on a company website. Almost always, the answer is no. Electronic posting cannot be used as a substitute for physical posting. Is physical posting required by law? The Read more

On Tuesday, California Bay Area voters approved minimum wage hikes for the cities of San Francisco and Oakland. For workers in San Francisco, passage of the ballot measure will mean two raises in 2015. San Francisco Minimum Wage The City of San Francisco Minimum Wage Measure J was approved by 77% of voters. The measure Read more

Currently, under California Cal. Gov. Code § 12950.1 (“AB 1825”), employers with 50 or more employees are required to provide two hours of classroom or other effective, interactive training in sexual harassment prevention to California supervisory employees every two years.  New supervisors must be trained within six months of being promoted or hired into a Read more

This year, Alberta employers and their employees will see several important changes to the Alberta All-On-One™ Labor Law Poster.  Specifically, the poster has been updated to reflect that: the provincial minimum wage rate will increase 25 cents per hour to $10.20 per hour effective September 1, 2014.  The minimum wage for liquor servers will increase Read more

Pennsylvania’s Department of Labor and Industry, Office of Unemployment Compensation Policy, has released an updated Unemployment Insurance Notice that employers must post in the workplace for employees to view. The mandatory changes include: Employer Account Number must be displayed under the employer’s name and address section New information has been added regarding claimant reporting requirements Read more