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July 9, 2020 District of Columbia Family & Medical Leave Act During COVID-19
The District of Columbia Family and Medical Leave Act During COVID-19 poster has been updated to reflect that a new law was signed replacing all previous coronavirus-related legislation and temporarily amends the District of Columbia Family and Medical Leave Act to create new job-protected leave for employees for various COVID-19 reasons. The law is effective until August 25, 2020 and applies to all employers. Order Updated Poster >
June 29, 2020 Nevada Annual Daily Overtime Bulletin
The Nevada Annual Daily Overtime Bulletin poster has been updated to reflect that employees earning less than $12.00 per hour and offered health benefits, or less than $13.50 per hour without health benefits, are eligible for overtime if working over 8 hours in a 24-hour period or over 40 hours in a work week. Employees working in excess of these hourly rates, qualify for overtime when they work over 40 hours in a work week. Order Updated Poster >
June 29, 2020 Wisconsin Cessation of Health Care Benefits
The Wisconsin Cessation of Health Care Benefits poster has been updated to clarify that advance notice is required when employers decide to cease providing health care benefits. Under Wisconsin law, employers who plan to discontinue health care benefits to current employees, retirees, and dependents of employees must provide the affected individuals with 60 days’ notice of the cessation of benefits. Order Updated Poster >
June 25, 2020 Virginia Covenants Not To Compete
The Virginia Covenants Not To Compete poster has been released.  The poster reflects a new law imposing a ban on the use of non-compete agreements for low-wage workers. The new law goes into effect on July 1, 2020.  Order Updated Poster >
June 25, 2020 Virginia Pregnancy Accommodation
The Virginia Pregnancy Accommodation poster has been released. A new law requires employers to make reasonable accommodation to the known limitations of an employee related to pregnancy, childbirth, or related medical conditions, unless the accommodation would impose an undue hardship on the employer. The new law is effective July 1, 2020. Order Updated Poster >
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 >
June 10, 2020 Oregon Breaks and Overtime
The Oregon Breaks and Overtime poster has been released by the Oregon Department of Labor and Industries. The new poster explains that an employer is required to give an employee breaks free from work responsibilities and the requirements of overtime pay and distribution of paychecks. This posting appears on the Oregon Combination Poster. Order Updated Poster >
June 10, 2020 Oregon Minimum Wage
The Oregon Minimum Wage poster has been updated to reflect an increase in the minimum wage. The minimum wage will increase to $13.25 per hour inside the Portland Metro area, $11.50 per hour in nonurban counties, and $12.00 per hour in the remainder of the state effective July 1, 2020. The poster was also reformatted with simplified language making it easier for employees to understand the requirements of the law. This posting appears on the Oregon Combination Poster. Order Updated Poster >
June 2, 2020 Texas Unemployment and Payday Law
The Texas Unemployment and Payday Law poster has been updated to reflect that an individual may be eligible for unemployment benefit payments if work hours are reduced. The poster was also updated with a new web address for filing for benefits online. This posting appears on the Texas Combination Poster. Order Updated Poster >
May 28, 2020 New Jersey Worker Misclassification
The New Jersey Worker Misclassification poster has been released by the New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development. The New Jersey Worker Misclassification poster summarizes the prohibition against employers misclassifying employees, what is used to determine whether an individual is an employee or an independent contractor, what benefits and protections employees have under state law, and the remedies for workers who are misclassified. Order Updated Poster >

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