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More Communities Add Local Posting Requirements

Terri Doughtery

Date Posted: 05/06/2022

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Communties across the Unitied States continue to add local posting requirements. Recently Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, Tuscan, Arizona, and Howard County, Maryland have all added additional requirements for labor law posters. 

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Which Labor Law Postings Apply to Federal Contractors?

Terri Dougherty

Date Posted: 03/31/2022

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Companies that do business with the federal government are government contractors, and often need to post additional labor law posters. See which posters are needed for you. 

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DOL, EEOC Announce Posting Penalty Increases

Terri Dougherty

Date Posted: 03/01/2022

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Failure to properly display Labor Law posters can result in hefty fines. This articles covers the DOL’s 2022 maximum posting penalties.

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Two January 2022 Posting Updates on the way for Federal Contractors

Terri Dougherty

Date Posted: 11/09/2021

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A pair of executive orders impacting the minimum wage for federal contractors will bring some posting updates in 2022. See what they are and if you are affected now. 

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Do You have a Local Minimum Wage Increase Coming in 2022?

Terri Dougherty

Date Posted: 11/09/2021

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Some cities have their own minimum wage rates, and most go up on an annual basis. This increase means a pay raise for workers and a posting change that employers need to stay on top of. See what cities are updating their requirements in January as well as a sneak peak into those later in 2022. 

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Get Ready for Mandatory State Posting Changes in 2022

Terri Dougherty

Date Posted: 11/09/2021

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January is always a busy time for posting updates, and 2022 is no exception. Minimum wage changes and new laws will take effect, requiring businesses to display updated labor law posters. In some cases, states will be updating posters to reflect regulatory changes that took effect in 2021.

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What is the Difference between a Notice and a Poster?

Terri Doughtery

Date Posted: 11/05/2021

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A state, federal, or local law may require employers to give employees information about that law. Learn the difference between a notice and a poster. 

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Which Labor Law Posters do you need? Start here!

Terri Dougherty

Date Posted: 09/23/2021

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Figuring out which labor law posters are needed can be tough. Let us help you!

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Minimum wage rates increase on July 1 in cities and counties across the country.

Terri Dougherty

Date Posted: 06/22/2021

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Coming July 1: New minimum wage rates in cities and counties across the United States. 

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Labor Law Posting Penalties Increases

Terri Dougherty

Date Posted: 03/03/2021

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Labor law penatlies have increased in 2021 by more than $400 making this a critical time to confirm you are compliant with your labor law posters. 

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Electronic posters for remote workers? The DOL says YES!

Terri Dougherty

Date Posted: 02/18/2021

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Making workplace posters available to remote workers can be a challenge. How can they see the posters hanging in the lunchroom when they’re working from home? The solution is online posting, according to the Department of Labor (DOL), as long as certain conditions are met.

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Discrimination law updates in Ohio, Oklahoma, and Indiana bring mandatory posting updates

Terri Doughtery

Date Posted: 06/22/2021

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When discrimination laws change, a posting update is often required.

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