DOL Issues New Guidance on FFCRA

The Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) may only be one week old, but the Department of Labor has already issued a further guidance on the law that effectively changes some of the provisions of the statute. For openers, the latest DOL Guidance states that the law now takes effect on April 1st and that…

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Posting The Posters

Just as important as having your policies and procedures reviewed annually, our subscribers are reminded that employers are required to post certain federal and state legal notices. At the federal level, an employer with less than 50 employees must post 5 specific notices, including the Fair Labor Standards Act; the Employee Polygraph Protection Act; the…

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New Jersey Paid Leave Starts Monday

New Jersey’s new paid sick leave law becomes effective on Monday, October 29 and in preparation for its implementation, the state labor department last week released final regulations as well as the official notice poster that employers are required to display. Beginning Monday, all employers in New Jersey, regardless of their size, must provide up…

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Poster Requirements

We want to ensure our members and other subscribers are aware that all employers must post certain federal and state notices & posters. At the federal level, an employer with fewer than 50 employees must post these 5 notices: Fair Labor Standards Act; Employee Polygraph Protection Act; Equal Employment Opportunity; Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment…

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Palmetto State Posters Too

Not too dissimilar from its New York counterpart, a similar requirement will also take effect next month in South Carolina, of all places. The South Carolina legislature passed the Pregnancy Accommodations Act earlier this year and it was signed into law by Governor Henry McMaster on May 17. The Act amends the South Carolina Human…

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New Year Means New Requirements

With the New Year, also comes a host of new requirements on businesses.  For many states across the nation, the increased minimum wages translate into new employee information posters being required in all businesses.  In other states, changes to different statutes governing employment law may mean that new posters are required even if the wage…

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