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February 2022

Labor law posting compliance gets more challenging every year. What used to be a fairly simple process of hanging notices in the breakroom has morphed into a tangle of confusing requirements. ... learn more

June 2021

Will we see legislation for a $15 federal minimum wage in 2021? It’s unclear. But an increase is looking more probable under the current administration. ... learn more

April 2021

There is a new development impacting the legal load placed on employers. Laws are being passed requiring handouts based on specific employee-related events. The guidelines vary by state and municipality. ... learn more

June 2020

With the COVID-19 pandemic demanding social distancing and strict safety protocols, many employers are allowing employees to work remotely. If your organization is one of them, how are you staying in compliance with employee posting regulations for your remote workers? And does it even matter? Employment law experts say yes. In fact, the risks of not complying with posting laws are likely to increase during this time. ... learn more

January 2022

More and more, applicants are applying for jobs through online job boards and company websites, and employers are required by law to make available to them the same labor law posters they are required to display for in-person job applicants. ... learn more

March 2019

Nearly half of all states now require businesses to display labor law postings in both English and Spanish, regardless of whether they have Spanish speaking employees. Did you know that cities and counties are starting to require certain postings to be displayed in languages other than English? And, Federal law also has foreign language posting requirements for certain businesses. ... learn more

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