The Workplace Compliance Blog
Oklahoma's state poster has been updated to reflect the changes to Worker's Compensation.
This mandatory change was made by Governor Mary Fallin to the Oklahoma Worker's Compensation poster. It states that you must file a death claim within two years of the date of death.
This change is effective July 2014. You can order your Oklahoma Labor Law Poster from US Poster Compliance to make sure your business is up to date.
Sat, July 26, 2014
The Indiana State poster has been updated to display the changes to Fair Employment.
It is now prohibited to discriminate against an employee due to their veteran status. This is a new protected category added to the Indiana Fair Employment poster which includes refusing work to an applicant because he/she is a veteran of the armed forces of the United States, or refusing work to an applicant because he/she is a member of the Indiana National Guard or a member of the reserve component.
This change is effective July 2014. Order the latest Indiana Labor Law Poster from US Poster Compliance to make sure your business is up to date.
Thu, July 24, 2014
The New Mexico State Poster has been revised to include human trafficking.
The New Mexico Department of Workforce Solutions has released the New Mexico Human Trafficking poster that must be posted by all employers that are subject to the state Minimum Wage Act. This is a mandatory change that must be posted in english and spanish clearly visible to the public and all employees. This poster includes information about the National Human Trafficking Resource Center Hotline.
This change is in effect starting July 2014.
Order your updated New Mexico Labor Law Poster from US Poster Compliance to make sure your business is up to date.
Tue, July 22, 2014
Connecticut state poster has been updated to change Child Labor Laws for the Mercantile Trades and Food Services.
There has been new minimum wage changes for Connecticut with respect to Mercantile/Retail Trades and Restaurant/Food Services for Child Labor. The poster displays the current wage of $8.70 and hour starting January 1st of 2014, which then increases to $9.15 an hour starting January 1st of 2015, $9.60 an hour starting January 1st of 2016, and $10.10 starting January 1st of 2017.
This mandatory change is effective June 2014
Thu, July 17, 2014