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The Laws Never Looked So Good…
We provide a combined labor law poster that includes all the standard State and Federal labor Laws & OSHA Regulations you are required to post. A simple solution at an exceptionally low price assures compliance with the mandatory postings requirements imposed on all businesses in every state. Each poster measures 19"" x 27"".
Federal Posting Requirements
- Equal Employment Opportunity is the Law
- Federal Minimum Wage
- Employee Polygraph Notice
- Federal OSHA "It's the Law"
- Federal Employee Rights are Protected Notice
- IRS Withholding Notice
- USERRA - Your Rights Under USERRA
Also Included - Recommended To Post
- Family and Medical Leave Act (Required for Employers With 50 or More Employees)
- INS Discrimination - Department of Justice
The poster will contain the most up-to-date information available for general businesses at the time of order. If the nature of your industry requires special safety or other special notices, you will need to make separate arrangements to acquire them. It should also be noted that labor law posting requirements change from time to time. If there is such a change you would need to purchase a new poster to be in complianceSignificant Labor Law Poster Updates:
Federal Labor Law Poster Update News, July 2007 -The federal government has increased the federal minimum wagefrom $5.15 per hour to $5.85 an hour. The federal minimum wagewill increase again on July 24th 2008, and once again on July24, 2009 (to $6.55/hr. and $7.25/hr., respectively). The newfederal minimum wage notice incorporates all three of thesescheduled increases.
Federal Labor Law Update News, Jan 2006On December 19th, 2005, the federal government issued a mandatoryrevision to the March 2005 USERRA ACT Posting. Employers in all states,regardless of size, are required to have this revised 2006 USERRA ACTnotice posted by January 18th, 2006. This requirement applies even foremployers with no current active-duty military or reservist employees.
New Federal Posting Requirement: Veterans Benefits Improvement Act (VBIA) - March 2005On Dec. 10th, 2004, President Bush signed the new Veterans BenefitsImprovement Act (VBIA) into law as an amendment to the federalUniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act of 1994(USERRA). This new Act increases the maximum period of health carecoverage for employees called to active duty (from 18 months to 24months). It also broadens housing, education and other benefits for thenation's veterans and their families.