Posting Requirements

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Attention—The DOL Has Made its FMLA Poster More “Reader Friendly”!

Generally, the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) provides eligible employees of covered employers with up to 12 workweeks of unpaid leave for certain family and medical reasons, with continuation of group health insurance...more

Have you updated your FLSA and EPPA posters?

Regular readers may have noticed that this blog took a bit of a hiatus over the summer while the authors spent some time away from work, and then working to catch up from the time away. Now that summer is winding down, the...more

U.S. Department of Labor Issues Revised FLSA Poster

The U.S. Department of Labor has issued a new FLSA poster, available for download. ...more

Employers Must Comply with DOL's Updated Posting Requirements

The Department of Labor (DOL) issued on July 27, 2016, regulations that require covered employers to update their Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) Minimum Wage posters and their federal Employee Polygraph Protection Act (EPPA)...more

Massachusetts Equal Pay Law

Effective January 1, 2018, Massachusetts’ equal pay law will impose new and broad sweeping requirements on employers. At its core, the law prohibits gender-based pay disparities. It also takes steps to encourage transparency...more

Department of Labor Mandates Updates to Employee Rights Posters

Both the Employee Rights Under the Fair Labor Standards Act (“FLSA”) poster and the Employee Rights Polygraph Protection Act poster that employers are required to post have been revised recently. The Department of Labor...more

New Poster for Hospitality Employers in Louisiana

Louisiana hotels will soon be required to display a new poster publicizing the National Human Trafficking Resource Center hotline. The new poster obligation becomes effective on August 1. 2016....more

Employers' Guide to Los Angeles' Sick Leave & Minimum Wage Ordinance

Most Los Angeles employers know the City Council implemented a new sick leave ordinance for employees working within the City of L.A. on June 2016. However, as the Sick Time Benefits section was added to an existing...more

Poor Policy Publication Revives Sexual Harassment Suit in the Fifth Circuit

Maintaining a company anti-harassment policy on a bulletin board and website is not enough to avoid liability for sexual discrimination according to a recent decision. On July 20, 2016, the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals...more

San Diego City Council Amends Local Sick Pay Law

On July 26, the San Diego City Council ratified a minimum wage and sick pay ordinance approved by voters on June 7. Effective as of July 11, the ordinance imposes a citywide minimum wage rate and also obligates businesses to...more

New Orleans Adopts Legislation Prohibiting City Contractors From Conducting Employment-Related Credit Checks

The New Orleans City Council recently approved legislation making it unlawful for city contractors to seek or use the consumer credit history of a current or prospective employee for any decision regarding the hiring or...more

Seventh Circuit Serves Up Employer-Friendly Recipe For Compensating Tipped Employees

Many employers, particularly in the hospitality industry, pay tipped employees less than the minimum wage. They do so anticipating that tipped employees will receive tips from customers that push employees’ income above...more

Labor Alert: New LA ordinance requires 48 hours of paid sick leave per year for all employees

Los Angeles area employers are now required by law to provide their employees with even more paid sick time off. On June 2, 2016 the City of Los Angeles passed a new ordinance (Ordinance No. 184320) (the “Ordinance”)...more

Six Best Practices to Go Beyond Dutch Whistleblower Compliance

In March 2016 the Dutch Senate passed the “House for Whistleblowers” Act (Huis voor Klokkenluiders) to protect the interests of whistleblowers. This Act came into effect on 1st July. Whilst the rules currently only apply...more

Wisconsin Bone Marrow and Organ Donation Leave Law In Effect as of July 1, 2016

Effective as of July 1, 2016, employers in Wisconsin who employ at least 50 individuals are required to provide eligible employees with up to six weeks of unpaid leave in a 12-month period to undergo and recover from bone...more

Reminder to Employers of the 08.10.16 OSHA Compliance Deadline

UPDATE: This compliance deadline has been extended to November 1, 2016. We are sending this alert to assist our clients with meeting the upcoming August compliance date for a new rule issued by the Occupational Safety and...more

Highlights of San Diego Minimum Wage and Sick Leave Ordinance Approved by Voters and Expected to Take Effect in July 2016

On June 7, 2016, San Diego voters voted in favor of a proposed two-fold Ordinance, which will increase the City's minimum wage rate and allow employees working within the San Diego city limits to earn one hour of paid sick...more

Philadelphia's New Wage Theft Ordinance: What Employers Need to Know

On July 1, 2016, the Philadelphia Wage Theft Ordinance went into effect. The Ordinance creates a new avenue for complaints alleging nonpayment of wages or “wage theft,” and the position of “Wage Theft Coordinator” to...more

Employers Must Remember to Raise Minimum Wage in Los Angeles County

Like the City of Los Angeles, Los Angeles County raised the minimum wage for employers with 26 or more employees to $10.50 starting July 1, 2016. The rule will apply to all workers who work at least 2 hours in the...more

Major Changes To Nondiscrimination Requirements Under ACA Effective Soon: Are Covered Entities Ready?

The HHS Office of Civil Rights (“OCR”) published a final rule May 18, 2016, broadening the nondiscrimination requirements applicable to all health programs and activities receiving federal financial assistance from HHS, those...more

EEOC Increases Penalty for Violating Notice Posting Requirements by 150 Percent

The EEOC is increasing the penalty for failure to post the required workplace notices under Title VII, the ADA, and GINA by 150 percent. This increase means the maximum penalty for notice violations will increase to $525 per...more

Double Trouble: EEOC Increases Penalty for Posting Violations

Employers might want to wander right now into their office break rooms to review the legal rights posters on display to be sure they are current and accessible. Failure to comply with posting requirements will cost employers...more

Los Angeles and San Diego set to increase Minimum Wage And Paid Sick Leave for employees effective July 2016

In July, employers operating in Los Angeles and San Diego will be required to comply with increased minimum wage and paid sick leave requirements under new ordinances recently approved by each municipality. The Los Angeles...more

An HR Checklist for New Employers: You have Your Ship, and Now You Need Your Crew; How to Get Your 'Ship' Together

Starting a business is not always simple. Being an employer carries with it a number of obligations and it is important to know the ropes prior to even hiring your first employee. Below is a condensed HR checklist that...more

Philadelphia’s Tough New Anti-Wage Theft Law Effective July 1

Effective on July 1, 2016, the City of Philadelphia’s Wage Theft Law imposes higher penalties for violations than currently are imposed by the state’s anti-wage theft law, provides for a private right of action for alleged...more

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