Changes on the Maryland Labor Posters for 2018

The Maryland labor law poster has undergone some changes in recent years. The most notable changes are the different minimum wages for their respective counties, and the Equal Pay for Equal Work poster, both of which are mandatory posting requirements for Maryland in 2018. All three 2018 minimum wage posters for Maryland are available to […]

Who Needs to Display the National Labor Relations Act Labor Poster

The National Labor Relations Board released a labor poster in 2011 which proclaimed the Employee Rights under the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA). The NLRA poster goes into the details of joining and forming a union by outlining employee rights to organize and collectively bargain. While the employee rights under the act is still the […]

Which Posters to Download for a Complete 2018 Missouri Labor Law Poster

The Missouri Commission on Human Rights have published different labor posters that need to be displayed in the workplace. The Missouri State Labor poster includes three separate Anti-Discrimination posters. These mandatory labor posting for Missouri include: Labor Discrimination Housing Discrimination Discrimination in Places of Public Accommodations These Posters are available to download for free on […]

Most Recent Updates to the 2018 Indiana Labor Law Poster

The most recent change to the Indiana State labor poster was from the Indiana Department of Labor Bureau of Child Labor. The update allowed sixteen-year-old workers to work until 11:00 pm on nights followed by school days. The poster also eliminated restrictions for seventeen-year-old workers on days that were not followed by another school day. […]

Why There Hasn’t Been Any New Laws on the Federal Labor Law Poster

The Federal labor law poster hasn’t seen any new updates since the Obama administration. The most recent laws that were enacted affected the Fair Labor Standards Act, and the Employee Polygraph Protection Act, respectively. These laws were added to the federal labor poster in August of 2016. The new addition to the Fair Labor Standards […]

Laws inside the 2018 Tennessee Labor Poster

Tennessee doesn’t technically have a minimum wage, which means that employers need to at least pay the federal minimum wage of $7.25 per hour. The Tennessee Department of Labor and Workforce Development does, however, mandates employers to post the wage regulation labor poster. The Tennessee Wage Regulation Act instructs employers to inform the amount of […]

2018 Washington State Labor Posting Requirements

Washington State, with a minimum wage of $11.00 has one of the highest minimum wage in the United States. It is also in the forefront of worker protections, and this is reflected in the states’ mandatory labor postings. All the Washington State labor posters that must be displayed in 2018 are available to download for […]

Explaining the Laws Inside the 2018 Virginia State Labor Law Poster

While the Virginia State Labor Law poster may not include as many worker protections and regulations as some other states, there are still mandatory postings that must be displayed in the state of Virginia. These laws focus on employee safety, and benefits for low-income and recently unemployed workers. The 2018 Virginia State labor posters are […]

Are Changes Coming to the Oregon State Labor Poster?

Oregon’s Legislators have recently signed passed laws that will bring changes to the Oregon state labor posters in 2018. Currently, the labor posting requirements for the state of Oregon in 2017 are classified by business size, or if the business is considered an agricultural employer. All the required posters for Oregon state in 2017 are […]

Free 2017 Michigan State Downloadable Labor Law Poster

To comply with Michigan state and federally mandated labor postings, employers need to display the labor laws in a conspicuous location which is easily readable for the employees. These 2017 Michigan labor posters are free to download from the government websites. The agency that releases the posters is the Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs […]