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May 11, 2020 South Dakota Unemployment Insurance
The South Dakota Unemployment Insurance poster has been updated with additional information. The South Dakota Department of Labor and Regulation updated the poster with information on the availability of unemployment compensation, how to file a claim, and information required when filing a claim. This posting appears on the South Dakota Combination Poster. Order Updated Poster >
May 7, 2020 Nevada Annual Daily Overtime Bulletin
The Nevada Annual Daily Overtime Bulletin has been updated to reflect an increase to the hourly daily overtime wage rates for employees with and without qualifying health benefits effective July 1, 2020. The daily overtime wage will increase to $12.00 per hour for employees offered qualifying health benefits. The daily overtime wage will increase to $13.50 for those employees not offered qualifying health benefits. This posting appears on the Nevada Combination Poster. Order Updated Poster >
May 7, 2020 Nevada Annual Minimum Wage Bulletin
The Nevada Annual Minimum Wage Bulletin has been updated to reflect the minimum wage effective July 1, 2020. The minimum wage will increase from $7.25 per hour to $8.00 per hour for employees to whom qualifying health benefits have been offered or made available. The minimum wage will increase from $8.25 per hour to $9.00 per hour for all other employees. This posting appears on the Nevada Combination Poster. Order Updated Poster >
April 23, 2020 District of Columbia Family and Medical Leave Act
The District of Columbia Family and Medical Leave Act During COVID-19 poster has been released by the District of Columbia Office of Human Rights. The COVID-19 Response Emergency Amendment Act temporarily amends the D.C. Family and Medical Leave Act to expand coverage during a public health emergency for employees working in the District of Columbia. The amendments are effective from March 17, 2020 to June 15, 2020. Order Updated Poster >
April 22, 2020 New York Time Off for Voting
The New York Time Off for Voting poster has been updated to reflect that registered voters who do not have sufficient time outside of his or her scheduled work hours may take up to two hours of paid time off to vote in most public elections. The law also reinstates the presumption that employees will be considered to have sufficient time to vote outside their scheduled work hours if they have four consecutive hours between the polls opening and the beginning of their work shift, or four hours after the polls close. This posting appears on the New York Combination Poster. Order Updated Poster >
April 16, 2020 District of Columbia Paid Family Leave
The District of Columbia Paid Family Leave poster has been updated with additional information that an employee may be eligible for job protection under the District of Columbia Family and Medical Leave Act. 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 >
April 13, 2020 Michigan Child Labor
The Michigan Child Labor poster has been updated to clarify the work hours for minors 16 years old and over. A minor 16 years of age or older who is a student, may not work more than 24 hours in one week when school is in session. This posting appears on the Michigan Combination Poster. Order Updated Poster >
April 13, 2020 Michigan Unemployment Insurance
The Michigan Unemployment Insurance poster has been updated with information on registering for work and work search requirements during the COVID-19 pandemic. This posting appears on the Michigan Combination Poster.Order Updated Poster >
April 13, 2020 Indiana Child Labor
The Indiana Child Labor poster has been updated to reflect changes to the work hours for minors 14 through 17 years of age. With the goal of simplifying the rules, the state’s child labor law was amended to more closely follow federal requirements with some exceptions. This posting appears on the Indiana Combination Poster. Order Updated Poster >

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