Revisiting Poster Requirements

It may seem inconsequential at first blush, but employers must remain diligent in displaying labor law posters and the like as required by federal, state and local governments. Earlier this month, New Jersey adopted new regulations regarding the posting of civil rights notices in places of public accommodation. One change that can be viewed in…

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Display Federal and State Postings

Periodically, our friends at SESCO Management remind us of some important requirements with which as employers, we are required to comply. In that vein, if an employer has less than 50 employees, they are required to post these 5 federal notices: Fair Labor Standards Act, Employee Polygraph Protection Act, Equal Employment Opportunity, Uniformed Services Employment…

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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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And Labor Law Poster Changes, Too

Along with the many minimum wage changes taking place, there are often corresponding changes required to labor law posters that small businesses must be aware of and in compliance with.  DDIFO is looking at a program to help our members address this issue, but in the meantime we would advise that no fewer than 19…

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