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2018 Labor Law Poster Updates

Labor Laws are constantly changing and we know you want to keep up-to-date, that's why we stay on top of the game to bring you the latest updates. Are your posters compliant? You can use this page to quickly view the latest State and Federal labor law updates.

Recent Updates (as of 12/1/17)

State Date Description Purchase
CA 01/01/18 Cal/OSHA and Transgender Rights in the Workplace
Update includes updated Cal/OSHA and new Transgender Rights in the Workplace posting.
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CT 01/28/18 Pregnancy Discrimination
Updated with new posting requirement for the state of Connecticut.
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NC TBD Fair Classification Act
New posting requirement for the state of North Carolina.
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VT 01/01/18 Pregnancy Accommodation
- New posting requirement, effective 1/1/18
- Employers must provide reasonable accommodations for pregnancy-related conditions
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WA 01/01/18 Your Rights as a Worker
Update includes new Paid Sick Leave Law.
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WI 01/01/18 Unemployment Insurance
Update includes new section for businesses to list UI account information.
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Mandatory City and County Updates for 2018

State Date Description Purchase
CA 01/01/18 San Jose, CA Minimum Wage
Updated with new minimum wage rate of $13.50 effective January 1, 2018.
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CA 01/01/18 Richmond, CA Minimum Wage
Updated with new minimum wage rate of $13.41 effective January 1, 2018.
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CA 01/01/18 Santa Clara, CA Minimum Wage
Updated with new minimum wage rate of $13.00 effective January 1, 2018.
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CA 01/01/18 San Mateo, CA Minimum Wage
Updated with new minimum wage rate of $13.50 effective January 1, 2018.
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CA 01/01/18 Cupertino, CA Minimum Wage
Updated with new minimum wage rate of $13.50 effective January 1, 2018.
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CA 01/01/18 Mountain View, CA Minimum Wage
Updated with new minimum wage rate of $15.00 effective January 1, 2018.
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MD 10/01/18 Prince George's County, MD Minimum Wage
Updated to highlight new minimum wage of $11.50 effective 10/1/2017.
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WA 01/01/18 Tacoma, WA Minimum Wage
Updated with new minimum wage rate of $12.00 effective January 1, 2018.
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Recent Updates (as of 6/1/17)

State Date Description Purchase
DC 07/01/17 Minimum Wage
- Increases to $12.50 per hour effective July 1, 2017, $13.25 per hour effective July 1, 2018, $14.00 per hour effective July 1, 2019, and to $15.00 per hour effective July 1, 2020
- For tipped employees, increases to $3.33 per hour effective July 1, 2017, $3.89 per hour effective July 1, 2018, $4.45 per hour effective July 1, 2019, and to $5.00 per hour effective July 1, 2020
- In 2021, the minimum wage will increase annually based on CPI for all employees
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ID 03/01/17 Discrimination
- Expanded information prohibits age discrimination against individuals who are 40 years of age and above.
- Individuals may exercise their rights without retaliation.
- New Revision Date of March 2017
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KY 02/01/17 Equal Employment Opportunity
- New notice explains how the Kentucky Civil Rights Act prohibits discrimination
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LA 03/01/17 Earned Income Credit
- New income limits for Earned Income Credits eligibility; maximum income limit raised to $48,340 ($53,930 married filing jointly, with three or more children).
- New income limits for those with fewer or no children.
- New Revision Date of March 2017
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MI 03/01/17 Discrimination
- New time limits within which people with disabilities must notify their employers if they need accommodations for employment
- Updated contact information
- New Revision Date of 2/2017
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MO 04/01/17 Workers' Compensation
- Expanded benefits section includes information about occupational diseases that result in permanent total disability and/or death due to toxic exposure.
- Updates to felony classes for fraud and noncompliance
- New Revision Date of 4/17
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NV 04/01/17 2017 Annual Minimum Wage Bulletin
- Annual recalculation for July 1 does not include a rate change.
- New Posting Date of April 1, 2017
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NV 04/01/17 2017 Annual Daily Overtime Bulletin
- Annual recalculation for July 1 does not include a rate change.
- New Posting Date of April 1, 2017
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OR 07/01/17 Minimum Wage
- Increases to minimum wage rates in three regions effective July 1, 2017:
- Standard: $10.25 per hour
- Portland Metro: $11.25 per hour
- Nonurban Counties: $10.00 per hour
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TN 03/01/17 Unemployment Insurance
- Updated and simplified instructions for applying for benefits and maintaining eligibility
- New website provided to help employees find work through resources available at Tennessee’s American Job Centers
- Employees who elect to receive their benefits via credit card now get a Way2Go MasterCard
- New Revision Date of 3/01/17
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VA 03/01/17 Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC)
- Updated notice
- New eligibility requirements for individuals and families; must fit one of the following:

- Earn less than $53,505 and have a qualifying child living with them
- Earn less than $20,430, have no qualifying child, and be between 25–64 years old
- New Revision Date of 11-2016
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WI 05/01/17 Unemployment Insurance
- Expanded information on applying for benefits
- Business hours added
- Revision Date of 5/01/2017
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WV 03/01/17 Wage Payment and Collection Act
- Employers must make suitable arrangements with a bank to ensure employees receive the full amount of their wages when they cash or deposit their check.
- For employees who are laid off or on strike, employers must pay all wages owed to them no later than the next regular payday.
- Employers may not refuse to pay wages owed to subcontractors’ employees.
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Federal Updates

State Date Description Purchase
Federal Contractor 01/2017 Minimum Wage
Beginning January 1, 2017, federal contractors must pay covered workers at least $10.20 per hour. The Secretary of Labor also gave notice that beginning January 1, 2017, covered tipped employees performing work on or in connection with covered contracts must be paid a cash wage of at least $6.80 per hour.
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Federal Contractor 01/2017 Paid Sick Leave
On September 7, 2015, President Barack Obama signed Executive Order (EO) 13706, Establishing Paid Sick Leave for Federal Contractors. The Executive Order requires certain parties that contract with the Federal Government to provide their employees with up to 7 days of paid sick leave annually, including paid leave allowing for family care.
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Federal 1/01/2017 Healthcare Reform
States can allow businesses with more than 100 employees to participate in healthcare exchanges.
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Federal 1/01/2017 Wellness Programs
Employers must provide a notice clearly explaining what medical information will be obtained, how it will be used, who will receive it, the restrictions on its disclosure, and the methods the employer uses to prevent its improper disclosure. The rules also set limits on inducements for participating in an employer-sponsored wellness program (or multiple employer-sponsored wellness programs that request such information)
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Federal 4/10/2017 Employee Benefits (Retirement)
Defines who is a “fiduciary” of an employee benefit plan under ERISA as a result of giving investment advice to a plan or its participants or beneficiaries.
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Federal 1/01/2017 Executive Compensation
Public companies must disclose, to the SEC and shareholders, the ratio of CEO compensation to the “median compensation” of the corporation's employees (except the CEO).
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Federal 1/01/2017 Paid Leave (Government Contractor)
Creates paid sick and safe time requirements for federal contractors relating to certain contracts entered into after January 1, 2017. Employees accrue 1 sick leave hour for every 30 hours worked. Accrual can be capped at 56 hours. Accrued but unused leave carries over to the following year. Leave can be used for an employee or an employee’s family member.
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Federal 1/01/2017 Minimum Wage (Government Contractor)
Increases the minimum wage for workers performing work on or in connection with covered contracts to $10.20 per hour, and increases the minimum cash wage for tipped employees to $6.80 per hour.
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Federal 1/17/2017 Workplace Safety
Revises and updates general industry standards on walking-working surfaces to prevent and reduce workplace slips, trips, and falls, as well as other injuries and fatalities associated with walking-working surface hazards.
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Federal 6/23/2017 Workplace Safety
Sets new workplace permissible exposure limits (PELs) for respirable crystalline silica. Includes one standard for the construction industry (applicable June 23, 2017) and a separate standard for general industry and maritime employment (applicable June 23, 2018).
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Federal 1/01/2017 Pay Stubs (Government Contractor)
Contractors holding federal contracts for goods and services (including construction) worth more than $500,000 must provide the following information to employees with each paycheck: hours worked; overtime hours; rate of pay; gross pay; and any additions to or subtractions from pay (like bonuses, awards and shift differentials).
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Federal 1/01/2017 Workplace Safety
Various employers must submit injury and illness data electronically.
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State Updates

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Alaska

State Date Description Purchase
AK 01/2017 Minimum Wage
Minimum wage goes up to $9.80 effective 1/01/17
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Alabama

State Date Description Purchase
AL 07/2016 Amendment 8
Revised poster incorporates Federal and Alabama Child Labor Laws
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Arizona

State Date Description Purchase
AZ 01/2017 Minimum Wage
Minimum wage goes up to $10.00 effective 1/01/17
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AZ 01/2016 Proposition 206
Creates paid sick and safe time law. Employees accrue one hour of sick leave for every 30 hours worked, and can accrue either 24 or 40 sick hours per year, depending on an employer’s size. Accrued but unused sick leave carries over to the following year, and employees can use 24 or 40 hours per year, depending on an employer’s size. Leave can be used for the employee, a family member, or any other individual related by blood or affinity whose close relationship is the equivalent of a family relationship.
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Arkansas

State Date Description Purchase
AR 11/09/2016 Marijuana
Legalizes medical marijuana, prohibits discrimination against qualifying patients or designated caregivers, but does not require accommodating workplace use or working under the influence.
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California

State Date Description Purchase
CA 01/2017 Minimum Wage
California minimum wage updated to $10.00 per hour for employers with 25 or less employees and $10.50 per hour for employers with 26 or more employees, effective 1/1/2017.
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CA 01/2017 IWC Wage Orders
California’s Fair Employment and Housing Act prohibits harassment and discrimination based on various protected classifications, and prohibits retaliation against employees who protest or oppose such unlawful employment practices.
The FEHA also requires employers to reasonably accommodate an employee’s medical condition or religious beliefs.
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CA 01/2017 Agency Enforcement
To enforce local laws or ordinances, including local wage laws, the city or county can delegate authority to a county or city official or a department head to issue subpoenas and report a failure to comply with subpoenas to a state court judge.
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CA 1/01/2017 Background Checks
Prohibits juvenile-court-related inquiries with limited exceptions.
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CA 1/01/2017 Background Checks
Drivers participating with a Transportation Network Company in California will be subject to mandatory criminal background checks, regardless of whether a driver is considered an employee or an independent contractor.
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CA 1/01/2017 Contracts
Contracts entered into, modified, or extended on or after January 1, 2017 cannot require employees who primarily reside or work in California to adjudicate certain claims outside California.
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CA 1/01/2017 Cellphones & Driving
Prohibits driving while holding and operating a handheld wireless telephone or a wireless electronic communication device unless in hands-free mode, but allows using hands under limited circumstances.
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CA 1/01/2017 Employee Benefits (Commuting)
San Francisco Bay Area Commuter Benefits program was set to expire January 1, 2017, but has been extended indefinitely.
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CA 1/01/2017 Employee Benefits (Retirement)
Implements previously approved California Secure Choice Retirement Savings Program on January 1, 2017. Once initiated, employers with 5 or more employees that do not offer an employer-sponsored retirement plan or an automatic enrollment payroll deduction IRA must provide notice about the program to new and existing employees.
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CA 1/01/2017 Data Breach
Businesses must disclose a data security breach to California residents whose encrypted personal information was, or is reasonably believed to have been, acquired by an unauthorized person along with an encryption key or security credential that could render that personal information readable or useable.
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CA 1/01/2017 Equal Pay
Prior salary by itself cannot justify compensation disparity under the bona fide factor exception.
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CA 1/01/2017 Equal Pay
Prohibits paying employees less than employees of another race or ethnicity for substantially similar work.
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CA 1/01/2017 Immigration
Prohibits requesting more or different documents than are required under federal law, refusing to honor documents that on their face reasonably appear to be genuine, refusing to honor documents or work authorization based on the specific status or term of status that accompanies the work authorization, and reinvestigating or re-verifying an employee's work authorization.
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CA 1/01/2017 Leave of Absence
Increases the amount of paid family leave insurance benefit employees can obtain for claims filed on or after January 1, 2018. Eliminates one-week waiting period.
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CA 1/01/2017 Paid Leave
Extends paid sick leave benefits to qualifying in-home supportive services workers.
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CA 1/01/2017 Family Bonding Leave
Employers must provide pay to employees receiving state paid family leave insurance benefit when leave is taken for bonding with a new child. *Coverage is phased in based on employer size: 50 or more employees (January 1, 2017); 35 or more employees (July 1, 2017); 20 or more employees (January 1, 2018).
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CA 1/01/2017 Paid Leave
Amends paid sick leave ordinance to better align with state law. Expands permitted uses to include leave connected to domestic violence, as well as bone marrow and organ donation.
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CA 7/01/2017 Paid Leave
Delays operative date of paid sick and safe time law to January 1, 2017. Phases in how many sick days must be provided each year.
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CA 10/01/2017 Berkeley Ordinance 7505: Paid Leave
Creates a paid sick and safe time law. Covered employees accrue 1 sick leave hour for every 30 hours worked. For small businesses, there is a cap of 48 hours per year; for all other businesses the cap is 72 hours. Leave accrued up to the cap must be carried over to the following year. There is no express limit on how many leave hours can be used per year. Leave can be used for an employee, an employee’s family member, or a designated person.
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CA 1/01/2017 Notification
Employers must notify employees that they may be eligible for the California (in addition to the federal) Earned Income Tax Credit.
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CA 1/01/2017* Notification
Employers must inform new employees (and current employees, upon their request) of their rights regarding discrimination against victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, and stalking. *The law is effective January 1, 2017, but notice is not required until the state labor department posts an online a model notice, which must occur by July 1, 2017.
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CA 1/01/2017 Overtime
Increases the hourly rate employees must be paid from $41.85 to $42.35 per hour, increases the monthly rate from $7,265.43 to $7,352.62, and increases the annual rate from $87,185.14 to $88,231.36.
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CA 1/01/2017 Overtime
Increases the hourly rate employees must be paid to be considered overtime-exempt from $76.24 to $77.15 per hour.
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CA 1/01/2017 Pay Stubs
Wage statements for various employees that are exempt from state minimum wage or overtime requirements need not show total hours worked.
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CA 1/01/2017 Recordkeeping
Employers that enters into contracts, subcontracts, or franchise arrangements to provide janitorial services must keep for three years: names and addresses of employees engaged in rendering actual services for any business of the employer; hours worked daily by each employee, including the times the employee begins and ends each work period; wage and wage rate paid each payroll period; age of all minor employees; and any other conditions of employment.
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CA 3/01/2017 Restroom Accommodation
Single-user toilet facilities must be identified as all-gender.
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CA TBD Scheduling
Covered retail and hospitality industry employers must offer additional work hours to existing qualified part-time employees before hiring new staff.
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CA 7/01/2017 Scheduling
Covered retail and hospitality industry employers must, among other items, provide two weeks’ notice of schedule, predictability pay for schedule changes, and offer hours to existing part-time employees before hiring new employees
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CA 1/01/2017 Smoking
Smoking prohibitions are amended to include a definition of smoking. Workplace smoking bans will apply to electronic cigarettes and vapes. Eliminates ability to allow smoking in designated employee vented breakrooms and for employers with five or fewer employees to smoke in certain nonwork areas.
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CA 1/01/2017 Unemployment
Employers with 10 or more employees must file all reports and returns electronically, and remit all contributions for unemployment insurance premiums by electronic funds transfer, except as otherwise provided.
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CA Varies Marijuana
Legalizes recreational marijuana for individuals age 21 or older, but permits drug-free workplaces, and does not require accommodation of marijuana use in the workplace or affect policies prohibiting use.
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Colorado

State Date Description Purchase
CO 01/2017 Minimum Wage
Minimum wage goes up to $9.30 effective 1/01/17
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CO 1/01/2017 Access to Personnel File
Employer must allow current and former employees to inspect and copy their own personnel file. This inspection permission will occur annually for current employees and once after employment ends for terminated employees. Employees can be required to pay the reasonable cost of copying documents.
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Connecticut

State Date Description Purchase
CT 01/2017 Background Check
Employers cannot seek information about prior arrests, criminal charges, or convictions in an initial employment application unless an employer is obligated per federal or state law to ask about criminal history for the position or the position requires a security, fidelity, or equivalent bond. Notices must accompany criminal history inquiries.
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Delaware

State Date Description Purchase
DE 01/2017 Discrimination
Updated the days you have to file for a discrimination charge from 120 days to 300.
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DE 01/2017 Minimum Wage
Updated poster reflects 2017 minimum wage as of 01/2017.
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DE 12/2014 Discrimination Notice Poster
New pregnancy accommation laws effective 1/2015
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District of Columbia

State Date Description Purchase
DC 01/2017 Minimum Wage
Updated poster reflects 2017 minimum wage as of 01/2017.
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DC 05/2015 Protecting Pregnant Workers Fairness Act
Requires that pregnant workers be given appropriate accomidations at place of employment.
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DC 03/2015 Wage Theft Prevention Act
Provides protection and penalizes employers that do not pay earned wages. Effective as of 02/26/15
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DC 11/2007 Accrued Sick and Safe Leave Act
New guidelines regarding how sick leave hours are calculated and dispursed.
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DC 11/2007 Equal Employment Opportunity
Updates include new classes or status to be covered under anti-discrimination law.
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Florida

State Date Description Purchase
FL 01/2017 Minimum Wage
Updated poster reflects 2017 minimum wage of $8.10 as of 01/2017.
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FL 07/2015 Discrimination Notice Poster
New updates include pregnancy under protection from employee discrimination.
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Georgia

State Date Description Purchase
GA 07/2016 Worker's Compensation Bill of Rights
Updated guidelines for injuries and updates to telephone number listing.
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GA 08/2006 Conformed Panel of Physicians
Medical care providers that an employer must maintain for the purpose of giving employees treatment options in the event of a work injury.
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Hawaii

State Date Description Purchase
HI 01/2017 Minimum Wage Poster
Updated poster reflects 2017 minimum wage as of 01/2017.
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HI 11/2013 Breastfeeding in the Workplace
Update informs women of their rights to reasonable accomidations during pregnancy.
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HI 01/2012 Discrimination Notice Poster
New updates include "transgender and civil union" from employee discrimination.
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Idaho

State Date Description Purchase
ID 06/2016 Equal Emplyoment Opportuniy Poster (EEO)
Revised proposal extends the date date of the 1st required EEO-1 report to incorporate W-2 wage and salary reports.
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ID 06/2016 Unemployment Insurance
Posters identifying unemployment insurance benefits shall be posted by employers in conspicuous places in each place of business.
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ID 03/2015 Discrimination Poster
Idaho law makes it illegal for an employer to discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, national origin, religion, age (persons aged 40 and older) and disability.
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Illinois

State Date Description Purchase
IL 07/2017 Minimum Wage Poster
Updated poster reflects 2017 minimum wage effective 07/2017.
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IL 12/2015 Illinois OSHA Poster
Informs workers of their rights under the Occupational Safety and Health Act. All covered employers are required to display the poster in their workplace.
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IL 03/2015 Your Rights Under IL Law
Required posting with summary of laws that satisfies Illinois Department of Labor posting requirements.
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IL 12/2014 Pregnancy Rights in the Workplace
Required posting with new information on state pregnancy accommodations.
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Indiana

State Date Description Purchase
IN 08/2015 Teen Work Hours Notice
Employers of minors who are 14, 15, 16 or 17 years of age are required by law to post the maximum number of hours these minors may be employed or permitted to work in each day of the week.
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IN 12/2015 Indiana OSHA Poster
Informs workers of their rights under the Occupational Safety and Health Act. All covered employers are required to display the poster in their workplace.
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IN 12/2011 Discrimination Notice Poster
Major revision to Equal Employment Opportunity is the Law, new texts, format, images, logos and email address.
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IN 07/2009 Minimum Wage Poster
Updated poster reflects 2017 minimum wage as of 07/2009.
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Iowa

State Date Description Purchase
IA 12/2015 Iowa OSHA Poster
Informs workers of their rights under the Occupational Safety and Health Act. All covered employers are required to display the poster in their workplace.
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IA 12/2011 Fair Housing
Prevents discrimination and provides fair housing to all tenants.
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IA 01/2009 Minimum Wage Poster
Updated poster reflects 2017 minimum wage as of 01/2009.
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Kansas

State Date Description Purchase
KS 04/2016 EEOC Poster
Equal opportunity in employment without regard to race, religion, color, sex, disability, national origin, ancestry, or age. Genetic Testing and Screening is also prohibited.
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KS 10/2015 Fair Housing
Prevents discrimination and provides fair housing to all tenants.
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KS 05/2011 Worker's Compensation
Updated poster with changes to content and phone number.
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Kentucky

State Date Description Purchase
KY 12/2015 EEOC Poster
Equal opportunity in employment without regard to race, religion, color, sex, disability, national origin, ancestry, or age. Genetic Testing and Screening is also prohibited.
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KY 10/2015 Worker's Compensation
Updated content.
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KY 06/2013 Public Accomodation Poster
Kentucky civil rights act prohibits discrimination in public accommodations based on race, color, disability, religion, or national origin.
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Louisiana

State Date Description Purchase
LA 02/2016 Timely Payment of Wages
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LA 12/2015 Earned Income Credit
Updated content refects 2016 rates.
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LA 06/2013 Independent Contractor or Employee
UPdate includes new posting requirement.
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Maine

State Date Description Purchase
ME 01/2017 Minimum Wage
Minimum wage goes up to $9.00 effective 1/01/17
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ME 02/2016 Equal Pay Act
An employer may not discriminate between employees in the same establishment on the basis of sex by paying wages to any employee in any occupation in this State at a rate less than the rate at which the employer pays any employee of the opposite sex for comparable work on jobs that have comparable requirements relating to skill, effort and responsibility.
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ME 12/2015 Workplaces Support Nursing Moms
An employer, as defined in section 603, subsection 1, paragraph A, shall provide adequate unpaid break time or permit an employee to use paid break time or meal time each day to express breast milk for her nursing child for up to 3 years following childbirth. The employer shall make reasonable efforts to provide a clean room or other location, other than a bathroom, where an employee may express breast milk in privacy. An employer may not discriminate in any way against an employee who chooses to express breast milk in the workplace
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ME 06/2013 Public OSHA
Iowa OSHA Poster Informs workers of their rights under the Occupational Safety and Health Act. All covered employers are required to display the poster in their workplace.
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ME 02/2012 Whistleblower's Act
Update includes new posting requirement.
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ME 10/2011 Minimum Wage
New minimum wage guidelines for tipped employees.
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Maryland

State Date Description Purchase
MD 10/2016 Equal Pay Act
The Maryland Equal Pay Act requires employers to pay men and women equally if the employees work in the same establishment and perform work of comparable character or work on the same operation, in the same business, or of the same type.
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MD 07/2014 Minimum Wage Poster
Updated to reflect new minimum wage rate increase effective 1/1/2015 and followed by increases every July until 2018.
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MD 02/2012 Notice to Tipped Employees
Update includes new posting requirement regarding "Notice to Tipped Employees".
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MD 10/2011 Accommadation for Pregnancy Disabilities
Update includes new posting requirement regarding "Reasonable Accommodation due to Pregnancy".
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Massachusetts

State Date Description Purchase
MA Minimum Wage
New additional information includes pay deduction law, addition of pregnancy and gender expression as protected classes against discrimination, new rules on reporting pay, and domestic workers' right.
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MA 06/2015 Earned Sick Time
New update requires posting regarding new Earned Sick Time Law, effective 7/1/2015.
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MA 01/2015 Minimum Wage Poster
Updated to reflect new 2015 minimum wage rate of $9.00 per hour, effective January 1, 2015, along with a new website listing and new department name. Also includes future minimum wage rates for 2016 and 2017.
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MA 02/2012 Unemployment Insurance Poster
New update to Unemployment insurance poster requires posting. Changes include new guidelines on how to apply for U.I. online.
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Michigan

State Date Description Purchase
MI 01/2017 Minimum Wage Poster
Updated to reflect new 2017 minimum wage rate of $8.90, effective January 1, 2017.
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MI 01/2016 Minimum Wage Poster
Updated to reflect new 2017 minimum wage rate of $8.50, effective January 1, 2016.
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MI 09/2015 OSHA
Updated with new guidance on workplace injury reporting timeline to MIOSHA, new street address for MIOSHA and other minor changes.
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Minnesota

State Date Description Purchase
MN 08/2016 Minimum Wage Poster
New Minimum Wage rates effective 8/1/2016 for Large and Small Employers, new rates for J-1 Visa workers.
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MN 08/2015 Minimum Wage Poster
New minimum wage rate of $9.00 per hour for large employers, $7.25 per hour for small employers, and $7.50 per hour for J-1 Visa workers, effective 8/1/2015.
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Mississippi

State Date Description Purchase
MS 11/2008 Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO)
Update includes revisions made to content and TTY phone number
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Missouri

State Date Description Purchase
MO 01/2017 Minimum Wage
Minimum wage goes up to $7.70 effective 1/01/17
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MO 01/2015 Minimum Wage Poster
Updated to reflect new 2015 minimum wage rate of $7.65 per hour, effective 1/1/2015.
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MO 07/2011 Discrimination in Housing
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MO 07/2011 Discrimination in Public Accommodations
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Montana

State Date Description Purchase
MT 01/2017 Minimum Wage Poster
Updated to reflect new 2017 minimum wage rate of $8.15 per hour, effective 1/1/2017.
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MT 01/2008 No Smoking Poster
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Nebraska

State Date Description Purchase
NE 01/2015 Minimum Wage Poster
Updated to reflect new 2015 minimum wage rate of $8.00 per hour, effective January 1, 2015. Also includes the 2016 minimum wage rate of $9.00 per hour, effective January 1, 2016.
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NE 08/2014 Equal Employment Opportunity Is The Law (EEOC)
Updated with revision to Title 219 Chapter. Changes include revised guidelines on receiving unemployment compensation.
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NE 02/2013 Unemployment Insurance
New update includes new claimant's availability/work search requirements section; updated contact information; and logo was updated.
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NE 02/2010 Discrimination Notice Poster
Update to content and contact information including change of website.
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Nevada

State Date Description Purchase
NV 07/2010 Minimum Wage Poster
2010 Annual Bulletin Poster - New poster explaining minimum wage rates for qualifying employees of health benefits.
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NV 07/2010 Daily Overtime
Updated with revision to Title 219 Chapter. Changes include revised guidelines on receiving unemployment compensation.
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NV 03/2009 Equal Employment Opportunity
New content change requires posting.
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New Hampshire

State Date Description Purchase
NH 12/2014 Equal Pay for Equal Work Act
Prohibits discrimination in wages on the basis of gender for equal work or work on the same operations. The Law also prohibits discrimination against employees who file equal pay complaints or participate in the investigation or hearing of claims under the Law. The Law is applicable all employers in the state, regardless of size
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NH 01/2008 Minimum Wage Poster
Reflects new minimum wage rates of $5.85 per hour effective July 2007, $6.50 per hour effective September 2007, $6.55 per hour effective July 2008, and $7.25 effective September 2008;Update in minor labor law section.
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NH 01/2008 Independent Contractor or Employee Update
New content change requires posting.
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NH 10/2007 Discrimination Notice Poster
New content change requires posting.
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New Jersey

State Date Description Purchase
NJ 01/2017 Minimum Wage
Minimum wage goes up to $8.44 effective 1/01/17
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NJ 01/2015 Minimum Wage Poster
New Jersey Minimum Wage - Updated to reflect new 2015 minimum wage rate of $8.38, effective January 1, 2015.
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NJ 01/2014 Gender Equity Notice
New Jersey and federal laws prohibit employers from discriminating against an individual with respect to his/her pay, compensation, benefits, or terms, conditions or privileges of employment because of the individual’s sex.
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NJ 01/2014 Payment of Wages Poster
New content change requires posting. Update includes new exemptions and the requirement of employers to provide employees at the time of hiring a required notice MW-400.
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NJ 09/2013 SAFE Act
Mandatory update to poster on 09/2013 to reflect the addition of the New Jersey SAFE Act.
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New Mexico

State Date Description Purchase
NM 12/2015 Discrimination Notice Poster
Complete revision of previous poster. New format and regulations regarding workplace discrimination.
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NM 06/2014 Human Trafficking Notice
New state-mandated posting on human trafficking.
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NM 09/2009 Minimum Wage Poster
Every employer subject to the Minimum Wage shall keep a summary of it& posted in conspicuous place on or about the premises wherein any person subject to the Minimum Wage Act is employed, and the summary shall clearly and conspicuously set forth the current minimum wage.
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NM 09/2013 Worker's Compensation
Each employer shall post, and keep posted in conspicuous places upon his premises where notices to employees and applicants for employment are customarily posted, a notice that advises workers of the requirement.
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NM 04/2007 OSHA
Updated poster requirements include completely revised with bilingual format.
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New York

State Date Description Purchase
NY 12/2016 Minimum Wage Poster
Updated poster reflects 2017 State minimum wage of $11.00 eff. 12-31-16
update
NY 12/2015 Minimum Wage Poster
Updated poster reflects 2016 State minimum wage of $09.00 eff. 12-31-15
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NY 11/2008 Right of Nursing Mothers to Express Breast Milk Poster
An employer shall provide reasonable unpaid break time or permit an employee to use paid break time or meal time each day to allow an employee to express breast milk for her nursing child for up to three years following child birth.
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North Carolina

State Date Description Purchase
NC 04/2009 Minimum Wage Poster
Updated poster reflects change to Right-to-Work Laws.
update
NC 04/2009 OSHA
Update made to Unemployment Insurance and N.C. Workers' Compensation Notice to Injured Workers and Employers.
update
NC 02/2009 Worker's Compensation
Updated content to reflect employee/employer rights.
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North Dakota

State Date Description Purchase
ND 08/2015 Minimum Wage Poster
Update includes statute revision on "Limitations on Paid Time Off" and other minor formatting changes.
update
ND 08/2015 Workplace Safety & Insurance
Change made to poster content including effective date of poster's information.
update
ND 04/2015 Human Rights Act
North Dakota human rights laws prohibit discrimination in employment, housing, public accommodations, public services, and credit transactions or lending.
update
ND 05/2006 Unemployment Insurance
Updated content to reflect employee/employer rights.
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Ohio

State Date Description Purchase
OH 01/2017 Minimum Wage Poster
Updated to reflect new 2017 minimum wage rate of $8.15.
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Oklahoma

State Date Description Purchase
OK 12/2015 Worker's Compensation
Update to Workers Comp Notice, new guidelines on when to report work related injury/death, new employer responsibility guidelines & new telephone number listing.
update
OK 12/2015 OSHA
Update made to content and contact information.
update
OK 03/2015 Discrimination Poster
Update to employment discrimination poster, minor revisions includes new address, telephone number and website listing.
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Oregon

State Date Description Purchase
OR 07/2017 Minimum Wage
Update reflects state minimum wage of $10.25 eff. 07/2017
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OR 06/2016 Minimum Wage Poster
Update includes new rates effective July 1, 2016 along with regional minimum wage rates throughout Oregon.
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OR 06/2016 Minimum Wage Law for Agricultural Employees
Update includes new rates effective July 1, 2016 along with regional minimum wage rates throughout Oregon.
update
OR 12/2015 Oregon Family Leave Act - OFLA
Update includes new guidelines to include domestic partnership as part of Family Leave Act.
update
OR 10/2015 No Smoking Poster
Updated to include vaping as prohibited along with smoking.
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Pennsylvania

State Date Description Purchase
PA 05/2015 Philadelphia Paid Sick & Pregnancy Notice
Amendments to the City’s Fair Practices Ordinance which impose a duty on employers to accommodate employees “affected by pregnancy,” regardless of whether they are disabled.
update
PA 11/2015 Workers' Compensation Insurance
New provision ammendments require poster update.
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PA 08/2014 Unemployment for State Employees
update
PA 11/2014 Right to Know Act (Public Employees OSHA)
The Right to Know Law is the Pennsylvania law that guarantees your right to access and obtain copies of public records held by government agencies.
update
PA 10/2013 Public Accommodations
Under this Act, a public accommodation is any accommodation which is open to, accepts or solicits the patronage of the general public, including government services.
update
PA 10/2013 Fair Employment
The purpose of the employment provisions of the Pennsylvania Human Relations Act is to prevent and eliminate unlawful discriminatory practices in employment
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PA 10/2015 Child Labor Poster
The Act sets forth minimum age requirements, permissible working hours and time restrictions, and permitting requirements
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Puerto Rico

State Date Description Purchase
PR 05/2015 OSHA
Updated to reflect an employee's right to report work-related injuries and illnesses free from retaliation.
update
PR 11/2015 Unemployment Compensation
Update includes a space to list the employer's account number, the removal of the PR driver's license as a requirement to file an application and new guidance on how benefits are calculated.
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PR 08/2014 Child Labor Law Poster
Updated guidelines for Hours of Employment for minors, including school vacations, maximum hours per day/week, and work times.
update
PR 11/2014 Minimum Wage Summary
Federal minimum wage requires that PR minimum wage be at least $7.25.
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Rhode Island

State Date Description Purchase
RI 05/2015 Minimum Wage Poster
Update to minimum wage poster to reflect new 2016 rate effective 1/1/16 and new wage guidelines for tipped employees.
update
RI 11/2015 Notice of Right Regarding Pregnancy Discrimination
Update is inclusion of brand new anti-pregnancy discrimination poster.
update
RI 08/2014 Discrimination Poster
Update to Workplace Discrimination, change includes prohibiting asking perspective employees about criminal history on first interview and new website listing.
update
RI 11/2014 Worker's Compensation
The Right to Know Law is the Pennsylvania law that guarantees your right to access and obtain copies of public records held by government agencies.
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RI 10/2013 Unemployment Insurance
Update includes new eligibility requirements for caregivers and additional website listing.
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RI 12/12 Whistleblower's Act
Can not discharge, threaten, or otherwise discriminate if employee or representative reports to a public body or is about to regarding a violation of state or federal law, regulation or rule or because employee responds to an official request
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South Carolina

State Date Description Purchase
SC 09/2011 Payment of Wages Poster
Updated Labor Law Abstract portion, new guidelines/requirements given on E-Verify.
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SC 07/2010 Labor Law Abstract Poster
Update made to content.
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South Dakota

State Date Description Purchase
SD 01/2017 Minimum Wage
Minimum wage goes up to $8.65 effective 1/01/17
update
SD 10/2016 Safety Poster
New Posting requirement for the state of South Dakota.
update
SD 01/2009 Unemployment Insurance Poster
Update made to content.
update
SD 01/2009 Minimum Wage Poster
Newly added content
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Tennessee

State Date Description Purchase
TN 02/2013 Unemployment Insurance
Comprehensive update includes new information on website and guidelines on what documents to gather to apply and what telephone number to dial for more information.
update
TN 05/2009 Discrimination Notice Poster
Updated to reflect revised Middle Tennessee address and minor content change.
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TN 12/2008 Child Labor Law Poster
Changes made to content.
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TN 12/2008 Payday Notice Poster
Update made to content.
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TN 11/2007 No Smoking Poster
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Texas

State Date Description Purchase
TX 08/2013 Notification of the Ombudsman Program
Comprehensive update includes new information on website and guidelines on what documents to gather to apply and what telephone number to dial for more information.
update
TX 02/2013 Workers' Compensation
New content added.
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Utah

State Date Description Purchase
UT 07/2016 Reasonable Accommodation to Pregnant Employees
New posting requirement regarding Reasonable Accommodation for Pregnant Employees.
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UT 08/2012 OSHA
New content added. Changes include new address, new information regarding enforcement of OSHA regulations
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UT 08/2012 Workers' Compensation
Issuing new guidelines on how many days to report after a workplace injury
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Vermont

State Date Description Purchase
VT 01/2017 Earned Sick Time
Newly required poster for the state of Vermont.
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VT 01/2017 Minimum Wage
Update reflects state minimum wage of $10.00 eff. 07/2017
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VT 01/2015 Minimum Wage
Update reflects state minimum wage of $10.00 eff. 07/2017
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VT 10/2014 OSHA
New poster requirement: "Posting of Safety Records Notice" to inform employees of location of workplace safety records.
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Virginia

State Date Description Purchase
VA 01/2017 OSHA
Updated the Discrimination section
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VA 02/2016 OSHA
Revisions include new reporting guidelines on fatal and non-fatal workplace injuries.
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VA 10/2010 Earned Income Credit
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VA 06/2010 Job Safety & Health Protection
Updated to reflect the current chairman and commissioner.
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VA 06/2010 Earned Income Credit
The United States federal earned income tax credit or earned income credit (EITC or EIC) is a refundable tax credit for low- to moderate-income working individuals and couples, particularly those with children.
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Washington

State Date Description Purchase
WA 01/2017 Minimum Wage
Minimum wage goes up to $10.10 effective 1/01/17
update
WA 10/2015 OSHA
Updated with new guidelines on reporting various injuries at work, along with formatting changes throughout the poster.
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WA 12/2012 OSHA
updated w/ new guidelines on how to handle job place accidents & guidelines on how to handle deaths at work.
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West Virginia

State Date Description Purchase
WV 10/2015 Wage Payment and Collection Act
Update To Wage Payment Collection Act, revisions include addition of labor penal codes, additional guidelines for defining pay periods and new email listing.
update
WV 12/2014 OSHA
Update includes new guidelines on how to handle job place accidents & guidelines on how to handle deaths at work.
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Wisconsin

State Date Description Purchase
WI 07/2016 Wisconsin Bone Marrow & Organ Donation Leave Act
New posting requirement regarding the Bone Marrow and Organ Donation Leave Act.
update
WI 04/2016 Unemployment Insurance
Update to Unemployment Insurance, revisions include new application requirements, new telephone number, website link and department logo.
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WI 08/2010 Discrimination Notice Poster
Content and contact information has been updated.
update
WI 07/2009 Minimum Wage Poster
New minimum wage rate of $7.25 per hour, effective July 24, 2009, for general Non-Opportunity and all Agricultural employees.
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Wyoming

State Date Description Purchase
WY 01/2017 OSHA
Updated the penalty rate.
update
WY 04/2014 OSHA
Update includes new penalty guidelines for OSHA work violations, new website listings, new department name & new telephone numbers.
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WY 09/2011 Unemployment Compensation
New website.
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WY 09/2011 OSHA
Violation, complaint, and penalty notices.
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