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June 17, 2020 North Carolina Minimum Wage
The North Carolina Minimum Wage poster has been updated to clarify that the state overtime provisions do not apply to certain types of employees and employees classified as exempt under the FLSA. This posting appears on the North Carolina Combination Poster. Order Updated Poster >
April 16, 2020 North Carolina Fair Employment
The North Carolina Fair Employment poster has been updated to reflect a new protected category. Employers are prohibited from discriminating or taking any retaliatory action against an employee for reporting activities under the Drug Paraphernalia Control Act. This posting appears on the North Carolina Combination Poster. Order Updated Poster >
December 11, 2020 North Carolina Workers' Compensation
The North Carolina Workers’ Compensation poster has been updated to reflect an increase to the cumulative medical cost amount when employers must report an injury to their worker’s compensation carrier or administrator. Employers must report an injury to their carrier/administrator and file a Form 19, Report of Injury, if an employee misses more than 1 day from work or if the cumulative medical costs exceed $4,000.00. Order Updated Poster >
December 10, 2021 North Carolina Minimum Wage
The North Carolina Minimum Wage poster has been updated to reflect amendments made to the North Carolina Wage and Hour Act. The amendments require employers to provide written notice to new hires on promised wages, to notify employees in writing at least one pay period prior to any changes to wages, and requires employers to send final paychecks through regular pay channels or by trackable mail if requested by an employee in writing. Order Updated Poster >
November 9, 2022 North Carolina OSHA
The North Carolina OSHA poster has been updated to reflect that the North Carolina Labor Commissioner has 60 calendar days from the date the U.S. Department of Labor publishes the final annually adjusted civil penalties to adjust and publish the state penalties in the North Carolina Register. Order Updated Poster >
November 9, 2022 North Carolina Minimum Wage
he North Carolina Minimum Wage poster has been updated to reflect clarification of the youth employment rules for 14 and 15 year olds, and unless otherwise revised, that certain rules will apply to youths under 16 years of age effective January 1, 2024. Order Updated Poster >

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