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Poster Guard® Compliance Protection gets your business up to date with all required federal, state and local labor law postings — and keeps it that way — year-round.

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365 Days of Federal, State and Local Posting Compliance – Guaranteed

With Poster Guard Compliance Protection, you can rest assured that you’re fully covered at all levels of government. That includes mandatory city and county postings — a growing trend around the nation.

Here's how it works:

You Enroll

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And receive a complete, up-to-date federal, state and local poster set right away.

We Monitor

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Every time a mandatory change occurs, we ship you a replacement poster at no extra charge.

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Our posters are 100% compliant with all federal, state and local posting requirements — or we pay the posting fine, no matter how big.

The Leading Solution for Multi-State, Multi-Location Employers

Poster Guard Compliance Protection satisfies even the most complex posting requirements of the nation’s leading employers.

If you operate many locations across multiple states, you’ll find our service to be especially valuable. We offer a long list of enhanced service options and our 90%+ retention rate among our largest customers is proof of our exceptional attention to their unique needs.

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Upcoming Free Webinar

Apr

9

2020

Best-in-Class Strategies to Comply with Special Posting Laws (Including New COVID-19 Requirements)

Thursday, April 9 at 2 PM ET

Presented by:

 Jaime Lizotte, HR & Tax Solutions Manager

Labor laws get more complicated every year. What used to be a fairly simple process of hanging federal and state posters has morphed into a tangle of confusing requirements. We are seeing a record number of new requirements, even during the coronavirus pandemic, as federal and state/local agencies issue new notices around paid emergency leave, sick leave, unemployment insurance, and more.

This free webinar will shed light on common posting gaps employers miss — so you’ll know exactly what it takes to be a compliance champ.

Specifically, you’ll learn about additional mandatory requirements that may apply to your business, including:

  • The new Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) posting
  • Special posting concerns for remote workers
  • City and county postings
  • Spanish postings (even if you have no Spanish-speaking employees)
  • Industry postings including those for federal contractors
  • Job applicant postings

In just 60 minutes, you’ll discover how to be victorious in the face of ever-changing, increasingly complex posting laws.

We’re On Top of Labor Law Poster Changes

March 31, 2020 Families First Coronavirus Response Act
The Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) poster has been released by the U.S. Department of Labor. The Families First Coronavirus Response Act requires certain employers to provide their employees with paid sick leave and expanded family and medical leave for specified reasons related to COVID-19. The new poster summarizes the law, which remains in effect until December 31, 2020, and explains the circumstances under which employees qualify for immediate paid leave due to the COVID-19 emergency.Order Updated Poster >
March 20, 2020 Louisiana Earned Income Credit
The Louisiana Earned Income Credit poster has been updated to reflect the 2020 income limits for earned income tax credit. This posting appears on the Louisiana Combination Poster.Order Updated Poster >
March 20, 2020 Maine Regulation of Employment
The Maine Regulation of Employment poster has been updated with information on the Earned Income Tax Credit. Employees may be eligible for federal and state earned income tax credits. Employees may apply for the tax credits on the employee’s income tax return. This posting appears on the Maine Combination Poster. Order Updated Poster >

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