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August 18, 2022 Vermont Protections for Victims of Crime
The Vermont Protections for Victims of Crime poster has been updated to reflect a new law amending the crime victim leave law. The new law amends victim to alleged victim of a crime who is entitled to take leave to attend a related criminal proceeding they are required or have the right to attend. Employees can also take leave if their family member is an alleged victim. Order Updated Poster >
August 18, 2022 Colorado Fair Employment
The Colorado Fair Employment poster has been updated to reflect a new law extending the time limit to file a charge of employment discrimination with the Colorado Civil Rights Commission. The time limit has changed from 6 months to 300 days after the alleged discriminatory or unfair practice occurred. Order Updated Poster >
August 10, 2022 New Jersey Family Leave Act
The New Jersey Family Leave Act poster has been updated to reflect the remedies available to employees for violations of the law.  The poster was also updated to reflect that employees are protected from retaliation under the law for attempting to take or taking family leave or exercising other rights under the New Jersey Family Leave Act. Order Updated Poster >
August 10, 2022 New Jersey Fair Employment
The New Jersey Fair Employment poster has been updated with additional contact information. The poster was also reformatted with simplified language that makes it easier to understand the requirements of the law. Order Updated Poster >
August 4, 2022 Colorado Workers' Compensation - Report of Injury
The Colorado Workers’ Compensation – Report of Injury poster has been updated to reflect a new law which changes the requirement for reporting injuries to an employer from four days to ten days. Order Updated Poster >
July 28, 2022 Rhode Island Minimum Wage
The Rhode Island Minimum Wage poster has been updated to reflect the repeal of the law that allowed learners and handicapped workers to be paid below the minimum wage.  Under a new law, the Rhode Island Department of Labor and Training may no longer approve subminimum wages for mentally and physically disabled workers. Order Updated Poster >
July 22, 2022 Washington OSHA
The Washington OSHA poster has been updated to reflect an amended regulation extending the number of days to file a complaint with the Washington State Department of Labor and Industries and number of days required to display a citation for a violation in the workplace. Order Updated Poster >
July 22, 2022 Alabama Child Labor
The Alabama Child Labor poster has been updated to reflect a new law allowing 18-year-olds to serve alcoholic beverages in restaurants as long as the restaurant is certified under the state’s Responsible Vendor Program. Order Updated Poster >
July 22, 2022 Alaska OSHA
The Alaska OSHA poster has been updated to reflect new mandatory penalty amounts for each serious violation, non-serious violation, and daily penalty for failing to correct a violation. The penalty for willful violations was also increased. Order Updated Poster >
July 20, 2022 Georgia Workers' Compensation Panel of Physicians
The Georgia Workers’ Compensation Panel of Physicians poster has been revised to clearly identify where the physicians’ names are on the poster and with the removal of the mailing address for the State Board of Workers' Compensation. Order Updated Poster >

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