Georgia State and Federal All In One labor law workplace poster includes all notices required to be displayed in the workplace by the Georgia Department of Labor, in addition to federal labor laws. Compliance Assistance offers durable, convenient and quality compliance posters with amazing customer service. All federal and state posters are available in both English and Spanish. Save money when you purchase the English and Spanish labor law poster combo set.
In order for your business to be in labor law compliance, both federal and state laws must be posted in a conspicuous location at every work site. Purchase the 2021 Georgia Labor Law poster with our Compliance Protection Plan and frequent labor law changes. Our Protection plan provides you with year-round coverage of labor law changes, giving you less reason to worry about being up-to-date.
Georgia State Labor Law Requirements:
Georgia Unemployment Insurance
Georgia Vacation Policy
Georgia Equal Pay for Equal Work Act
Georgia Right to Know Law
Georgia Workers' Compensation Bill for Rights
Georgia Workers’ Compensation Conformed Panel
Georgia Workers’ Compensation Managed Care Organizations (MCO)
Federal Labor Law Requirements:
Family and Medical Leave Act - Includes The Most Recent FMLA Update
Federal Minimum Wage - Includes The Most Recent Federal Min Wage Update
Employee Polygraph Protection Act - Includes The Most Recent Update
Equal Employment Opportunity is the Law - Includes NEW GINA
USERRA - Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act
Employees are entitled to unemployment wages if they suddenly become unemployed through no fault of their own. The Georgia State and Federal Labor Law Poster lets you be in compliance with this law.
Georgia Equal Pay Act (Georgia Code 34-5-7)
It is against Georgian law to discriminate on the basis of numerous characteristics.
Georgia Workers Compensation Law with Bill of Rights (Georgia Code 34-9-81.1)
This mandatory labor law poster gives information to employees regarding filing a claim for any injuries or illnesses that occur while on the job. The Georgia State and Federal Labor Law Poster lets you be in compliance with this law.
Georgia No Smoking Poster
With the exception of specified areas, smoking is prohibited in the workplace.
Notice of expiration will be emailed prior of the end of the subscription with option opt-out
24" x 28"
Revised on 06/18
Unemployment Insurance for Employees
Employers wishing to be compliant with mandatory posting requirements in Georgia take heed. Complacency is understandable given that not only has Georgia has not changed or updated its mandatory labor law notices since 2016, it has not revised its Unemployment Insurance for Employees notice since 2013! However, complacency is no excuse or for being in non-compliance.
Revised as of 06/18, the new mandatory Unemployment Insurance for Employees notice is available for free download from the Georgia Department of Labor (GDOL). The notice informs employees that their job is covered by the Employment Security Law, describes eligibility requirements, and instructs employees on how to file a claim for unemployment insurance benefits.
However, the primary reason for the new Georgia posting law and poster is to emphasize a Georgia employee’s ability to file claims for their unemployment insurance benefits online. Under the heading of "Important, the poster informs employees that "You may file a claim for unemployment Insurance benefits via the internet at dol.georgia.gov."Employees may also file their claims in person at GDOL offices all locations of which are listed on the bottom of the poster.
Remaining unchanged, is the poster making it clear for employees to know that they are covered under Georgia's Employment Security Law and that that comes with both rights and responsibilities. It makes clear that if you are an employee filing for unemployment insurance benefits then every week that you do so you must be:
ABLE to work
AVAILABLE for work
ACTIVELY SEEKING WORK
Be willing to IMMEDIATELY ACCEPT suitable work.
Additionally, every week that you claim unemployment you must
Register for employment services with the Georgia Department of Labor (GDOL), and
Report weekly work search contacts, all earning each week, and any job refusal.
Additionally, the poster makes it clear to employees that unemployment benefits remitted under the Employment Security Law are funded by taxes paid by the employer and that an employer may not, under any circumstances, deduct any money from employees’ paychecks to pay unemployment insurance tax. Even in states that do not update their labor posting requirements frequently, like Georgia, it is imperative for employers to keep up to date with their compliance responsibilities. Ignorance is no excuse for being unaware of the Georgia Code stating:
Employers shall post and maintain in places readily accessible to their employees all printed statements, posters, etc., released and required by the Commissioner of Labor or the Georgia Department of Labor pertaining to the rights of employees under the Employment Security Law. (Ga. Comp. R. & Regs. r. 300-2-7-.15)