Need to know if your employment locations were affected by mandatory labor law posting changes in 2013? Here’s the list as of December 10, 2013.
The states noted in red on the map experienced mandatory labor law posting changes for all or most employers in 2013, meaning that employers should replace postings at locations within those states. Below is a break-out of the specific postings that changed.
|STATE||POSTING||TYPE OF CHANGE
|AK||Notice of Workers’ Compensation Insurance||Update|
|CA||California Law Prohibits Workplace Discrimination||Update|
|CO||Colorado Minimum Wage Order 30||Update|
|GA||Bill of Rights for the Injured Worker||Update|
|HI||Breastfeeding in the Workplace||New Posting|
|KY||Unemployment Insurance Benefits||Update|
|MA||Fair Employment Law||Update|
|MD||Pregnant & Working||New Posting|
|ND||Wage & Hour Laws||Update|
|NJ||New Jersey State Wage and Hour Law Abstract||Update|
|NJ||SAFE Act||New Posting|
|NM||Notice of Accident||New Posting|
|NY||Minimum Wage Information||Update|
|OK||Oklahoma Law Prohibits Discrimination in Employment||Update|
|OR||Domestic Violence, Harassment, Sexual Assault or Stalking||New Posting|
|OR||Oregon Family Leave Act||Update|
|RI||Notice to All Employees (UI & DI)||Update|
|RI||State Minimum Wage||Update|
|TX||Employer Notification – Ombudsman Program||Update|
|VT||Unemployment Insurance Information||Update|
|WV||Wage Payment and Collection||Update|
Note: the Federal Family and Medical Leave Act also changed and is required for employers with 50 or more employees. Additionally, some states changed/added industry-specific postings, and several cities revised postings.
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