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Does Your Posting Compliance Strategy Include Remote Workers? It Should!

The workplace is changing. According to Global Workplace Analytics, more than 4 million employees work from home at least half the time. Further still, 40% more U.S. employers now offer flexible working arrangements than they did five years ago.

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Relying on Your Workers’ Comp Provider for Labor Law Posters Carries Risks

If you trust your workers’ comp insurance provider for all your labor law posters, you could be making a costly mistake. While many providers give certain notices to their customers as a convenience, this typically only meets a small part of labor law posting regulations.

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Avoid This Critical Compliance Gap: Labor Law Poster Changes Don’t Follow a Set Calendar

Think that workplace posting updates occur only once a year? It’s a common misconception, but one that can create a dangerous gap in your posting compliance. Labor law posting requirements change frequently and randomly, which means you may need to address updates more than annually.

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Did you know? Federal Contractors Must Display Specific, Additional Labor Law Posters

As a conscientious employer, you’re probably already aware of the federal, state and local postings you must display to maintain compliance. But did you know that certain businesses, like federal contractors, have industry-specific posting requirements that go beyond these core postings? That’s right, just when you think you have a handle on the posting “must haves,” there’s another aspect to manage. Let’s take a closer look at how these industry-specific postings may impact your business.

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Local Labor Law Posting Requirements on the Rise: How to Avoid a Gap in Compliance

Did you know that federal and state agencies aren’t the only authorities issuing labor law postings? These days, many cities and counties require businesses to post additional employee notices. Because it’s a fairly new trend, you may not even be aware if you’re affected — or to what extent, if you operate in multiple cities. But for total compliance, you need to add local-level postings to your posting compliance responsibilities.

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