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Labor Law Poster Compliance Updates

Keeping you current on the ever changing labor laws

CPC Wants to Thank Everyone at the SHRM Annual Conference for Their Interest and Support

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Each year, Compliance Poster Company attends the Society for Human Resources Management (SHRM) Annual Conference and Exposition to meet with existing customers and to make new connections.

This year, CPC was represented by Sales Manager Sean Viramontez and Compliance Advisor Jennifer Chavez who attended the conference between June 27 and June 30, 2015 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Sean, Jennifer and everyone at CPC would like to thank all the attendees that stopped by our booth and checked out our products and services.

Each year we strive to improve our products and showcase our achievements to our valued business partners and have a bit of fun at the same time. If you missed this year’s SHRM conference, don’t forget to stop by our booth next year!

 

 

 

Prince Edward Island Increases Minimum Wage

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Starting today, Prince Edward Island minimum wage employees will see an increase in their pay. The minimum wage will increase from $10.35 per hour to $10.50 per hour. The increase comes as part of the provincial government’s plan to help Prince Edward Island families. As for the maximum amounts that may be deducted from the wages of an employee where the employer furnishes board and lodging will remain the same. That is, for board and lodging to maximum amount is $56 per week, for board only is $45, for lodging only is $25 per week, and for single meals is $3.75 per meal.

Compliance Poster Company offers two Prince Edward Island poster update options - a new 2015 Prince Edward Island All-On-OneTM Labor Law Poster or a 2015 Prince Edward Island Minimum Wage Peel 'N PostTM.

 

New Obligations for Georgia Employers Paying Employees Using Payroll Card Account

Georgia labor law posterOn May 5, 2015, Georgia passed Bill S 88 regarding employers' payment of wages. An employer that chooses to make wage and salary payments using credit to a payroll card account must now provide employees with information relating to his or her payment of wages. Under the new law, payroll card account is defined as an account that is directly or indirectly established through a person, firm, or corporation employing wage workers or other employees and to which electronic fund transfers of the wage or salary of such employees are made on a recurring basis.  More...

West Virginia Wage Payment and Collection Act & Pay Day Notice Updated

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There have been several changes to West Virginia’s mandatory workplace postings, with the Wage Payment and Collection Act (WCPA) posting most extensively revised. The updated posting includes changes to employers’ responsibilities with regard to pay frequency, method and notification to employees of changes in pay terms under new WCPA laws. The changes will require employers’ careful pay administration and clear communication of pay policies.  More...

Connecticut Passes Law Protecting Employee Online Privacy

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Starting October 1, 2015, Connecticut employers will be prohibited from requesting employees and prospective employees’ personal online accounts passwords. Under the enacted Bill 426, employers may not request or require employees or applicants to authenticate or access a personal online account in their presence, More...

Rhode Island Minimum Wage to Increase on January 1

Starting January 1, 2016, Rhode Island minimum wage employees will soon see a boost in their paychecks. On June 17, 2015, Governor Gina M. Raimondo signed bill H 5079, approving a minimum wage rate increase. The minimum wage rate will increase from $9.00 per hour to $9.60 per hour beginning on January 1, 2016.  More...

California Family Rights Act Regulations Effective July 1 – Current DFEH “Notice B” Sufficient CFRA Notice

Posted on by Kathleen White, Research & Compliance

 

New California Family Rights Act Regulations (CFRA) go into effect on July 1, 2015. The CFRA gives eligible employees of a covered employer family and medical leave rights. The CFRA applies to employers that employ 50 or more employees within a 75-mile radiance. Eligible employees are those who have been employed for at least 12 months and worked at least 1,250 hours during the preceding 12-month period.  Highlights of the changes:  More...

New Poster Required – District of Columbia Protecting Pregnant Workers Fairness Act

  by Kathleen White, Research & Compliance

Attention District of Columbia employers – DC has finally released the Protecting Pregnant Workers Fairness Act(PPWFA) mandatory workplace posting. The PPWFA requires employers to provide reasonable workplace accommodations for employees whose ability to perform the functions of a job is limited by pregnancy, childbirth, breastfeeding or a related medical condition, unless the accommodation would cause the employer undue hardship. The PPWFA was effective March 3, 2015.More...

Massachusetts Releases Earned Sick Time Posting; New Poster Required

Posted on  by Viridiana Huerta, Research & Compliance

The Massachusetts Office of the Attorney General requires all Massachusetts employers to post the new Earned Sick Time posting, which covers employee rights to earned sick time. The Earned Sick Time Law was approved by voters on November 4, 2014, and will be effective July 1, 2015.More...

Nevada Releases 2015 Minimum Wage and Daily Overtime Bulletins; New Poster Required

Posted on June 9, 2015 by Kathleen White, Research & Compliance

The Nevada Labor Commissioner requires all employers to post the Nevada Annual Minimum Wage Bulletin and Annual Daily Overtime Bulletin announcing the minimum hourly wage and the hourly pay rate below which an employee will qualify for daily overtime effective July 1. More...