GovDocs Expands City and County Labor Law Posting Coverage

GovDocs has recently expanded our city and county labor law posting coverage.

As of July 11 – See Customer Impact and FAQs sections below for updated shipping info and additional details.

For the past two years, GovDocs has offered city postings. Since then, we’ve seen a surge in labor laws enacted at the local level – cities and, more recently, counties – covering minimum wage, paid sick leave , discrimination and “Ban-the-Box” laws.

In response to this ever-growing trend, GovDocs has recently broadened our selection criteria. We now actively monitor all U.S. city and county jurisdictions for postings required for all or most employers.

Along with our comprehensive city coverage, we offer postings for the following counties:

  • Los Angeles County, CA: Los Angeles County Minimum Wage (English and Spanish)
  • Broward County, FL: Broward County Wage Recovery 
  • Montgomery County, MD: Montgomery County Minimum Wage (English and Spanish)
  • Prince George’s County, MD: Prince George’s County Minimum Wage (English and Spanish)
  • Bernalillo County, NM: Bernalillo County Minimum Wage (English and Spanish)

We will continue to add new – as well as update existing – city and county labor law postings to deliver Total Location Compliance for your company.

Customer Impact – UPDATED

City and county labor law postings are included in your Update Subscription, which covers all language versions, as required by the issuing agency, as well as Spanish postings that have a required English-language equivalent.

New and updated city postings will automatically be shipped to your applicable locations.

County postings – starting with the above-listed locations and moving forward – will also be automatically shipped to specific locations whenever a new or updated one occurs.

Laminate Poster Customers

Electronic Customers

  • Electronic Update: City and county labor law posters are available in your Electronic Download Center.
  • Intranet Poster Program: City and county labor law postings are available now on your Intranet Poster Program site.

Additional Postings

GovDocs also monitors labor law postings not currently covered by our Update Subscription, which helps us identify new trends for future addition to our programs.

If you have any questions, please contact your GovDocs account manager or customer service.

FAQs

Q: What county labor law postings does GovDocs cover?

 A: In response to the growing trends of labor laws enacted at the local level – including minimum wage, paid sick leave, discrimination and “Ban-the-Box” – GovDocs actively monitors all U.S. county (in addition to city) jurisdictions for postings required for all or most employers.

 Q: Who will receive new and updated county labor law postings?

A: All GovDocs Update Subscription customers will receive new and updated county labor law postings at no additional cost.

Q: How does GovDocs add new county labor law postings to the Update Subscription?

A: GovDocs adds new labor law postings that are required for all or most employers, as well as fit into one of our supported subject areas.

Q: Does GovDocs offer Spanish-language county labor law postings as part of the Update Subscription?

A: Yes. GovDocs’ Update Subscription covers all languages, as required by the issuing agency, as well as Spanish postings accompanying a required English-language equivalent. For example, if Hennepin County, MN, had a minimum wage posting, required in English and optional in Spanish, Update Subscription customers would receive both postings.

 Q: What happens when the English and Spanish versions of a county labor law posting aren’t issued or updated at the same time?

 A: GovDocs Update Subscription customers will receive both postings, regardless of when the respective postings are available.

Q: Do GovDocs county labor law postings have QR codes and/or earliest dates for compliance?

A: At this time, GovDocs county labor law postings do not have QR codes or earliest dates for compliance.

If you have any questions, please contact your GovDocs account manager or customer service.