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Labor Law Change History

Since January 1, 2006, our labor law poster team has recorded the following changes in state labor law postings. Some of these involve new labor law posters, and some are changes and updates to existing state labor law posters.

If you ordered a poster on or after the date listed below, you can be assured you have the most up-to-date version. (Your state has had no changes since January 2006 if it is not clickable). To verify if your labor law posters are current, call one of our representatives at 800-999-9111.

Select a state to view the recent changes that may affect you:

Alabama

Federal E-Verify/Right to Work
09/17/13 - The E-Verify/Right to Work poster has been updated with additional information. The U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Special Counsel has clarified that employers cannot reject documents because they have a future expiration date or terminate an employee because of E-Verify without giving the employee an opportunity to resolve the problem.

Workers' Compensation
10/4/12 - The Alabama Workers’ Compensation poster has been updated to reflect a merger between the Alabama Department of Industrial Relations and the Alabama Department of Labor. 

Unemployment Insurance
10/4/12 - The Alabama Unemployment Insurance poster has been updated to reflect a web address for filing unemployment claims via the internet, and a merger between the Alabama Department of Industrial Relations and the Alabama Department of Labor. 

Child Labor
10/4/12 - The Alabama Child Labor poster has been updated to reflect the recordkeeping requirements for employers, and some clarification to the child labor laws. The Alabama Department of Labor, Child Labor Enforcement has also made an address and phone number change.

Alaska

Minimum Wage
07/22/09 - The Alaska Minimum Wage poster was updated to reflect an increase in the state minimum wage. The state minimum wage was increased to $7.25 an hour effective July 24, 2009 and $7.75 an hour effective January 1, 2010. This is a mandatory change.

Minimum Wage
03/30/06 - Information concerning new laws that exempt flight crew members of certain air carriers from overtime payment requirements, and certain computer occupations from the states minimum wage requirements, has been added to the poster.

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Arizona

Unemployment Insurance
03/12/14 - The Arizona Unemployment Insurance poster has been updated to reflect a clarification on how employees can file a claim for unemployment insurance.

Minimum Wage (English and Spanish)
10/22/13 - The Arizona Minimum Wage poster has been updated to reflect an increase in the minimum wage rate from $7.80 per hour to $7.90 per hour effective January 1, 2014.

Federal E-Verify/Right to Work
09/17/13 - The E-Verify/Right to Work poster has been updated with additional information. The U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Special Counsel has clarified that employers cannot reject documents because they have a future expiration date or terminate an employee because of E-Verify without giving the employee an opportunity to resolve the problem.

Radiation Notice to Employees - Healthcare Poster
4/10/13 - The Arizona Radiation Notice to Employees has been updated to reflect a correction to the Articles of the Arizona radiation Regulatory Agency and some rewording.

Minimum Wage (English and Spanish)
10/30/12 - The Arizona Minimum Wage poster has been updated to reflect an increase in the minimum wage rate from $7.65 per hour to $7.80 per hour effective January 1, 2013.

Minimum Wage (English and Spanish)
10/27/11 - The Arizona Minimum Wage poster has been updated to reAZect an increase in the minimum wage rate from $7.35 per hour to $7.65 per hour effective January 1, 2012.

Work Exposure to MRSA, Spinal Meningitis, or TB
8/1/11 - The Arizona Work Exposure to MRSA poster has been updated to reflect a change to the time period for reporting exposure of MRSA, spinal meningitis or TB to an employer (from 10 to 30 days) and the time period for an employee to be diagnosed with MRSA (from 10 to 15 days).

Arkansas

Radiation Notice to Employees - Healthcare Poster
4/10/13 - The Arkansas Radiation Notice to Employees has been updated to reflect an agency name change from the Arkansas Department of Health and Human Services (ADHHS) to the Arkansas Department of Health. Some additional corrections and rewording has occurred.

Minimum Wage
12/22/09 - The Arkansas Minimum Wage poster has been updated to reflect a change to the Wage Collection Act. The Arkansas Department of Labor now assists employees in collecting wages up to a maximum of $2,000. The previous amount was $1,000.

Arkansas Sale of Alcohol to Minors - RESTAURANT INDUSTRY SPECIFIC
10/12/09 - The Arkansas Warning Notice Alcohol to Minors poster was updated to reflect that the penalty for providing alcohol to persons under 21 was increased from a class C to a class A misdemeanor.

Minimum Wage
07/06/07 - The Arkansas Minimum Wage poster was updated to reflect a change to the minimum wage rate for gratuities and specific exemptions were updated.

California

Whistleblower Protection
08/14/14 - The California Whistleblower poster has been updated to protect an employee who complains internally to a person with authority over the employee or another employee who has the authority to investigate, discover, or correct the violation.

Wage Orders (Individual posters)
06/30/14 - The California Minimum Wage poster has been updated to reflect an increase in the state minimum wage. The California Department of Industrial Relations updated all 17 industry wage orders to reflect the increase in the minimum wage to $9.00 an hour effective July 1, 2014 and $10.00 an hour on January 1, 2016. The revised industry Wage Orders also reflect updated meal and lodging credit amounts.

Minimum Wage
05/02/14 - The California Minimum Wage poster has been updated to reflect an increase in the minimum wage. The California Department of Industrial Relations has increased the minimum wage from $8.00 an hour to $9.00 an hour effective July 1, 2014, and will increase to $10.00 an hour effective January 1, 2016.

Fair Employment
11/27/13 - The California Fair Employment poster has been updated to reflect a new protected category. The California Department of Fair Employment and Housing has added military or veteran status as a protected status in employment.

Radiation Control Regulations - Healthcare Poster
4/10/13 - The California Radiation Control Regulations poster has been updated to reflect changes to the report each worker receives annually, and if an individual's occupational dose exceeds a specific dosage.

Patients' Rights - Healthcare Poster
4/10/13 - The California Patients' Rights poster has been updated to reflect some additional protected patient rights. Additional patients' rights include disability, medical condition, and regisitered domestic partner status.

Unemployment Insurance
12/26/12 - The California Unemployment Insurance poster has been updated to reflect changes to how employees can file a claim for unemployment insurance, disability insurance, and paid family leave by mail and online.

Fair Employment
12/10/12 - The California Fair Emloyment poster has been updated to reflect that discrimination and harassment in employment on the basis of religiion has been expanded to include religious dress and grooming practices. Discrimination and harassment based on sex has also been expanded to include breastfeeding and/or related medical conditions.

FMLA/Pregnancy Disability Leave
12/10/12 - The California FMLA/Pregnancy Disability Leave Poster (2-sided poster) has been updated to include information about California's new pregnancy disability regulations. Among other things, the poster was updated to reflect an expanded definition of when a woman is considered disabled by pregnancy., change to the definition of four months, information on reinstatement, reasonable breaks (including breastfeeding) and medical certifications. The poster was also updated to clarify an employer's responsibility regarding reasonable accommodations. .

Whistleblower Protection (for the Public Sector ONLY)
7/3/12 - The California Public Sector Whistleblower Hotline poster has been updated to reflect some rewording and web address change for reporting any improper activity in violation of state or federal law.

Fair Employment - English and Spanish
12/8/11 - The California Fair Employment poster has been updated to reflect a new protected category. The poster clarifies that discrimination on the basis of gender, gender identity and gender expression is prohibited in employment.

FMLA (Notice A & B) - English and Spanish
12/8/11 - The California FMLA (Notice A and B) posters have been updated to reflect that an employer may not interfere with, restrain or deny leave to eligible workers under the California FMLA and pregnancy disability leave law. It also prohibits employers from terminating health care coverage due to her disability by pregnancy, childbirth or a related medical condition.

Colorado

Minimum Wage
01/06/14 - The Colorado Minimum Wage poster has been updated to reflect an increase in the minimum wage rate. Effective January 1, 2014, the minimum wage rate will increase from $7.78 an hour to $8.00 an hour for non-tipped employees and from $4.76 an hour to $4.98 an hour for tipped employees, according to the Colorado Division of Labor.

Minimum Wage
12/13/12 - The Colorado Minimum Wage poster has been updated to reflect an increase in the minimum wage rate. Effective January 1, 2013, the minimum wage rate will increase from $7.64 an hour to $7.78 an hour for non-tipped employees and from $4.62 an hour to $4.76 an hour for tipped employees, according to the Colorado Division of Labor.

Minimum Wage - English and Spanish
12/15/11 - The Colorado Minimum Wage poster has been updated to reflect an increase in the minimum wage rate. Effective January 1, 2012, the minimum wage rate will increase from $7.36 per hour to $7.64 per hour for non-tipped employees and from $4.34 per hour to $4.62 per hour for tipped employees, according to the Colorado Division of Labor.

Unemployment Insurance
6/9/11 - The Colorado Unemployment Insurance poster has been updated to reflect that unemployed individuals can file for unemployment insurance benefits online. The poster was also updated with new agency phone numbers.

Fair Employment - English and Spanish
3/9/11 - The Colorado Fair Employment poster has been updated to reflect the inclusion of "transgender status" under sexual orientation as a protected class in employment, housing and public accommodation.

Connecticut

Child Labor - Hotel/Restaurant
06/27/14 - The Connecticut Child Labor poster for Restaurant/Food Services has been updated to reflect all the new minimum wages effective 2014, 2015, 2016, and 2017. The posters reflect the current wage of $8.70 an hour effective January 1, 2014, and increases to $9.15 effective January 1, 2015, $9.60 effective January 1, 2016 and $10.10 effective January 1, 2017.

Child Labor - Mercantile
06/27/14 - The Connecticut Child Labor poster for Mercantile/Retail Trades has been updated to reflect all the new minimum wages effective 2014, 2015, 2016, and 2017. The posters reflect the current wage of $8.70 an hour effective January 1, 2014, and increases to $9.15 effective January 1, 2015, $9.60 effective January 1, 2016 and $10.10 effective January 1, 2017.

Minimum Wage - Administrative
05/23/14 - The Connecticut Minimum Wage poster (Administrative) has been updated to remove outdated information regarding deductions and allowances for reasonable value of board and lodging. The poster has also been updated to reflect all the new minimum wages effective in 2015, 2016, and 2017.

Minimum Wage - Mercantile
05/23/14 - The Connecticut Minimum Wage poster (Mercantile) has been updated to remove outdated information regarding deductions and allowances for reasonable value of board and lodging. The poster has also been updated to reflect all the new minimum wages effective in 2015, 2016, and 2017.

Minimum Wage - Hotel/Restaurant
05/23/14 - The Connecticut Minimum Wage poster (Hotel/Restaurant) has been updated to remove outdated information regarding deductions and allowances for reasonable value of board and lodging. The poster has also been updated to reflect all the new minimum wages effective in 2015, 2016, and 2017.

Minimum Wage - Administrative
01/09/14 - The Connecticut Minimum Wage poster (Administrative) was updated to reflect an increase in the state minimum wage. The state minimum wage will increase to $8.70 an hour effective January 1, 2014 and will increase to $9.00 an hour effective January 1, 2015. The state also updated gratuity allowances on the poster.

Minimum Wage - Mercantile
01/09/14 - The Connecticut Minimum Wage poster (Mercantile) was updated to reflect an increase in the state minimum wage. The state minimum wage will increase to $8.70 an hour effective January 1, 2014 and will increase to $9.00 an hour effective January 1, 2015.

Minimum Wage - Hotel/Restaurant
01/09/14 - The Connecticut Minimum Wage poster (Restaurant/Hotel) was updated to reflect an increase in the state minimum wage. The state minimum wage will increase to $8.70 an hour effective January 1, 2014 and will increase to $9.00 an hour effective January 1, 2015. The state also updated gratuity allowances on the poster for service employees and bartenders.

Fair Employment
04/04/12 - The Connecticut Fair Employment poster has been updated to clarify that discrimination is illegal in employment, housing and public accommodations, and credit transactions on the basis of gender identity or expression. This is a mandatory change.

Paid Sick Leave - Bilingual
11/22/11 - New law requires certain Connecticut employers to notify employees of the new Connecticut Paid Sick Leave Law. Employers may satisfy this notification requirement by posting this poster in English and Spanish. Only certain employers are required to notify employees of this new law. Generally, it only applies to employers who have employees in certain service industries and who are non-exempt (hourly) employees from the FLSA.

Fair Employment
07/05/11 - The Connecticut Fair Employment poster has been updated to reflect that the Connecticut law has been amended to include "transgender status" as a protected category in employment, housing and public accommodations, and credit transactions. The Connecticut Commission on Human Rights has also renamed the category called "mental retardation" to "intellectual disability".

Delaware

Fair Employment
05/15/14 - The Delaware Fair Employment poster has been updated to reflect a new protected category. Employers are now prohibited from discriminating against employees based on gender identity.

Minimum Wage
05/06/14 - The Delaware Minimum Wage poster has been updated to reflect an increase in the state minimum wage. The state has increased the minimum wage from $7.25 an hour to $7.75 an hour effective June 1, 2014, and will increase again to $8.25 an hour effective June 1, 2015.

Fair Employment
07/16/09 - The Delaware Fair Employment poster was updated to reflect an additional protected category against discrimination. Employers are now prohibited from discriminating against employees because of their sexual orientation.

Minimum Wage
06/24/09 - The Delaware Minimum Wage poster was updated to reflect an increase to the state minimum wage. The state minimum wage will increase to $7.25 an hour effective July 24, 2009.

Minimum Wage
11/20/06 - The state minimum wage was increased to $6.65 per hour effective January 1, 2007, and from $6.65 per hour to $7.15 per hour effective January 1, 2008.

District of Columbia

Minimum Wage
06/27/14 - The District of Columbia Minimum Wage poster has been updated to reflect the new minimum wages effective in 2014, 2015, and 2016. DC's minimum wage will increase from $8.25 an hour to $9.50 an hour effective July 1, 2014, $10.50 an hour effective July 1, 2015, and $11.50 an hour effective July 1, 2016.

Accrued Sick and Safe Leave Act
06/27/14 - The District of Columbia Accrued Sick and Safe Leave poster has been updated to reflect a new change that allows workers to begin accruing leave on their date of hire and become eligible to take paid leave after 90 days of employment.

Family Medical Leave & Parental Leave Acts
10/16/13 - The District of Columbia, Office of Human Rights has created a new poster for employers to post regarding the District of Columbia's Family and Medical Leave and Parental Leave Acts. The new poster summarizes employee rights including that employees are entitled to 16 weeks of medical leave and 16 weeks of family leave. Additionally, employees may take leave to attend school related events.

Accrued Sick and Safe Leave Act
11/13/12 - The District of Columbia Sick and Safe Leave Act poster has been updated to reflect an address change for filing a complaint or requesting additional information.

Fair Employment (Private Sector)
6/8/12 - The District of Columbia Fair Employment (Private Sector) poster has been updated to reflect a clarification to the definition of sexual harassment and the addition of some protected categories applicable to housing and public accommodations.

Right to Breastfeed Workplace Poster
3/30/11 - The District of Columbia, Office of Human Rights has released a new poster regarding the right to breastfeed in the workplace. The poster provides a summary of the rights of women to breastfeed their children, employer responsibilities and how an employee can file a claim if she is being discriminated against under the Act. This is a mandatory change.
Statutory language regarding this posting: The Office shall provide information to employers and employees regarding their rights and obligations under this section. Employers shall conspicuously post and maintain in the workplace a notice containing this information.

Florida

Minimum Wage
10/17/14 - The Florida Minimum Wage poster has been updated to reflect an increase in the state minimum wage. The state minimum wage will increase from $7.93 per hour to $8.05 per hour effective January 1, 2015. The minimum wage for tipped employees will increase from $4.91 per hour to $5.03 per hour.

Minimum Wage
10/17/13 - The Florida Minimum Wage poster has been updated to reflect an increase in the state minimum wage. The state minimum wage will increase from $7.79 per hour to $7.93 per hour effective January 1, 2014. The minimum wage for tipped employees will also be increased from $4.77 per hour to $4.91 per hour in addition to tips.

Minimum Wage
10/19/12 - The Florida Minimum Wage poster has been updated to reflect an increase in the state minimum wage. The state minimum wage will increase from $7.67 per hour to $7.79 per hour effective January 1, 2013. The minimum wage for tipped employees will also be increased from $4.65 per hour to $4.77 per hour in addition to tips.

Unemployment Insurance
10/19/12 - The Florida Unemployment Insurance poster has been updated to reflect a renaming of the Unemployment Compensation Program to the Reemployment Assistance Program. The agency has also been renamed to reflect the same.

Minimum Wage (English and Spanish)
10/17/11 - The Florida Minimum Wage poster has been updated to reflect an increase in the state minimum wage. The state minimum wage will increase from $7.31 per hour to $7.67 per hour effective January 1, 2012. The minimum wage for tipped employees will also be increased from $4.29 per hour to $4.65 per hour in addition to tips.

Georgia

Federal E-Verify/Right to Work
09/17/13 - The E-Verify/Right to Work poster has been updated with additional information. The U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Special Counsel has clarified that employers cannot reject documents because they have a future expiration date or terminate an employee because of E-Verify without giving the employee an opportunity to resolve the problem.

Workers' Compensation - Bill of Rights
7/12/13 - The Georgia Workers' Compensation Bill of Rights poster has been updated to reflect increases to employee benefits. The Georgia State Board of Workers' Compensation has increased employee maximum weekly benefit amounts for job-related injuries, and weekly income benefits when not working but capable of restricted work.

Unemployment Insurance
4/5/13 - The Georgia Unemployment Insurance poster has been updated to reflect that all individuals receiving unemployment insurance benefits must engage in an active search for work and report weekly work search contacts. The poster was also updated to reflect that individuals may file claims on line.

Right to Know (Public Sector ONLY)
11/21/12 - The Georgia (Public Sector) Right to Know poster has been updated to reflect an enforcement division change from Safety Engineering directly to the Georgia Department of Labor..

E-Verify & Right to Work
6/1/11 - On May 13, 2011, Georgia Governor Nathan Deal signed The Illegal Immigration Reform and Enforcement Act of 2011. The law, which goes into effect on July 1, 2011, requires public employers to obtain affidavits from contractors (and any subcontractors and sub-subcontractors) stating that they are enrolled in and use E-Verify.

The law also requires private employers with more than ten employees to use E-Verify for new hires. It goes into effect for employers with 500 or more employees on January 1, 2012, for employers with 499 to 100 employees on July 1, 2012, and for employers with 99 to 11 employees on July 1, 2013.

Workers' Compensation
08/09/07 - The Georgia Workers' Compensation Part 3 poster was updated to reflect an increase in the maximum weekly income benefit from $450 to $500 and an increase in the temporary partial disability benefit from $330 to $334 per week.

Hawaii

Minimum Wage
9/10/14 - The Hawaii Minimum Wage poster has been updated to reflect the increase in minimum wage from $7.25 an hour to $7.75 an hour effective January 1, 2015. The minimum wage will also increase to $8.50 an hour effective January 1, 2016, $9.25 an hour effective January 1, 2017 and $10.10 an hour effective January 1, 2018.

Right to Breastfeed
8/27/13 - The Hawaii Right to Breastfeed poster has been released by the Hawaii Department of Labor and Industrial Relations. Private, state and local government employers are now required to provide reasonable break time for an employee to express breast milk for her nursing child.

Unemployment Insurance
5/30/12 - The Hawaii Unemployment Insurance poster has been updated to reflect that employees can now file for unemployment by phone and online.

OSHA
4/7/12 - The Hawaii OSHA poster has been updated to reflect that Hawaii’s Occupational Safety and Health state program excludes coverage of employees working on military installations.

OSHA
2/17/12 - The Hawaii OSHA poster has been updated to reflect an increase in the civil penalty amounts for violations of the law. Employers who have received orders or citations for a serious violation of any standard or rule may be assessed a civil penalty of not more than $7,700 (previously $7,000) for each violation, and an employer who repeatedly violates the law may be assessed a civil penalty of not more than $77,000 (previously $70,000). Recommended best practice compliance date; 03/09/2012

 

Idaho

Unemployment Insurance
07/13/07 - The Idaho Unemployment Insurance poster was updated to reflect an agency name change. The agency name changed from the Idaho Department of Commerce and Labor to the Idaho Department of Labor.

Minimum Wage
07/10/2007 - The Idaho Minimum Wage poster was updated to reflect an increase in the state minimum wage. The state minimum wage was increased to $5.85 an hour effective July 24, 2007, $6.55 an hour effective July 24, 2008, and $7.25 an hour effective July 24, 2009.

Illinois

Unemployment Insurance
9/24/12 - The Illinois Unemployment Insurance poster has been updated to clarify that when calculating a claimant's benefit amount, the worker's average weekly wage is computed by dividing the wages paid during the two highest quarters of the base period by 26, not by 25.

Unemployment Insurance
9/18/12 - The Illinois Unemployment Insurance poster has been updated to reflect a web address change when filing claims online, and a phone number change to locate the nearest Illinois Department of Employment Security office.

Workers' Compensation (English and Spanish)
11/1/11 - The Illinois Workers' Compensation poster has been updated to reflect that if an employer notifies an employee that it has an approved Preferred Provider Program (PPP) for workers' compensation medical assistance, the PPP counts as one of the two choices of medical providers.

Indiana

Fair Employment
7/10/14 - The Indiana Fair Employment poster has been updated to prohibit employers from discriminating against employees due to their veteran status.

Smoking Prohibited
5/1/12 - Indiana recently passed a law that prohibits smoking in most public places and places of employment. Employers are required to post no smoking signs inside their facilities that read “Smoking is Prohibited by State Law.”

No Smoking 8 Feet From Entrance
5/1/12 - Indiana recently passed a law that prohibits smoking in most public places and places of employment. Employers are required to post no smoking signs at entrances. Signs must read “State Law Prohibits Smoking Within 8 Feet of this Entrance.”

Smoking Allowed
12/23/11 - Indiana recently passed a law that prohibits smoking in most public places and places of employment. Smoking is permitted in certain workplaces, for example bars and taverns. Employers must post “Smoking is Allowed in this Establishment” signs if the new law permits smoking.

Iowa

Unemployment Insurance
10/4/12 - The Iowa Unemployment Insurance poster has been updated to reflect changes on how workers can file unemployment insurance claims. Workers can now file using IowaWorks Access Points located throughout the state.The poster was also updated to reflect some IowaWorks Center closings.

OSHA
02/03/09 - The Iowa OSHA poster was reformatted to make it easier for employees to understand their rights to a safe and healthy workplace. The poster was also updated with a new phone number and web address for the Iowa Division of Labor Services and a new address for the Iowa U.S. Department of Labor.

No Smoking
06/12/08 - Iowa recently passed a law that prohibits smoking in essentially all enclosed workplaces. Employers are required to post "no smoking" signs. The signs must contain the telephone number for reporting complaints and the internet site for the Iowa Department of Public Health. No smoking poster must be posted at every entrance to a place of employment. Employers can either post it on door or window that is visible to the outside.

Kansas

Workers' Compensation (K-WC 40-A)
4/26/13 - A new law in Kansas requires employers to post two Kansas Workers' Compensation posters. The old poster applies to injuries sustained at work on or after May 11, 2011 and before April 25, 2013 (Workers' Compensation K-WC 40). The second poster applies to injuries sustained at work on or after April 25, 2013. The new Kansas Workers' Compensation poster (Workers' Compensation K-WC 40-A) reduces the time employees have to report workplace accidents to 20 days for injuries sustained on or after April 25, 2013.

Workers' Compensation
5/18/11 - The Kansas Workers' Compensation poster has been updated to reKSect significant changes that were recently made to the Kanas Workers' Compensation Act. The poster revises the time limits when an employee may file a claim, conditions to be met when providing the claim orally or in writing, and benefits included when paid by the insurance carrier or self-insurance program.

No Smoking
05/05/10 - The Kansas No Smoking sign has been updated to reflect the new Kansas Indoor Clean Air Act which takes effect July 1, 2010. The Kansas Department of Health and Environment, Indoor Clean Air Division has created a specific poster for workplaces, bars and restaurants indicating that smoking is prohibited by state law.

No Smoking
03/16/10 - The Kansas Clean Indoor Air Act was recently signed into law. Employers are required to post "no smoking" signs.

 

Kentucky

Radiation Notice to Employees - Healthcare Poster
4/18/13 - The Kentucky Radiation Notice to Employees poster has been updated to include additional information on how employees can obtain more information on Kentucky's Radiology law. The poster was also updated to reflect the removal of the "Duty Officer" contact phone number.

Unemployment Insurance
12/18/12 - The Kentucky Unemployment Insurance poster has been updated with a new telephone number for unemployed workers to use to file for unemployment claims. Additionally, the poster was updated to reflect that anyone making a false statement in claiming benefits may be disqualified for up to 52 weeks.

OSHA
10/11/07 - The Kentucky OSHA poster was updated to reflect that employers must now report incidents resulting in an amputation or the in-patient hospitalization of one or two employees within 72 hours.

Unemployment Insurance
09/13/07 - The Kentucky Unemployment Insurance poster was updated with additional information. The poster now includes a statement that an individual must be unemployed through no fault of their own to qualify for benefits. A new section was added to the poster that advises employees who are eligible for workers' compensation benefits that they may be able to use their wages before an injury occurred to qualify for unemployment benefits. In addition, the revised poster now advises workers who are working less than their full-time hours that they may be eligible for partial benefits because of lack of work due to work-related medical restrictions.

Unemployment Insurance
04/19/07 - The poster was updated to reflect that employees can now file for benefits by telephone.

 

Louisiana

Earned Income Credit
02/13/14 - The Louisiana Earned Income Credit poster has been updated to reflect the 2014 income limits for earned income tax credit.

Federal E-Verify/Right to Work
09/17/13 - The E-Verify/Right to Work poster has been updated with additional information. The U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Special Counsel has clarified that employers cannot reject documents because they have a future expiration date or terminate an employee because of E-Verify without giving the employee an opportunity to resolve the problem.

Earned Income Credit
02/4/13 - The Louisiana Earned Income Credit poster has been updated to reflect the 2013 income limits for earned income tax credit.

Independent Contractor
09/25/12 - The Louisiana Independent Contractor poster has been updated to reflect a correction. The agency made the correction that an employee is entitled to Workers' Compensation benefits for on-the-job injuries.

Independent Contractor
09/7/12 - The Louisiana Workforce Commission has released a new poster that must be posted by all employers regarding the criteria for determining independent contractor or employee status in the workplace. The poster lists the three criteria that must be met for a worker to be classified as an independent contractor. The poster also indicates the penalties for misclassifying a worker as an independent contractor.

Earned Income Credit
02/17/12 - The Louisiana Earned Income Credit poster has been updated to reflect the 2012 income limits for eligibility and notice of the elimination of the advance payments of the Earned Income Tax Credit to workers after December 31, 2010.

Maine

Workers' Compensation
12/13/12 - The Maine Workers' Compensation poster has been updated to reflect that for injuries on or after January 1, 2013, employees may lose their right to receive benefits unless the employer is notified within 30 days of the injury.

Child Labor
10/19/12 - The Maine Child Labor poster has been updated to reflect a change to the TTY access number by dialing the Maine Relay 711 when obtaining additional information from the Maine Department of Labor.

Minimum Wage
10/19/12 - The Maine Minimum Wage poster has been updated to reflect a change to the TTY access number by dialing the Maine Relay 711 when obtaining additional information from the Maine Department of Labor.

Regulation of Employment
10/19/12 - The Maine Regulation of Employment poster has been updated to reflect a change to the TTY access number by dialing the Maine Relay 711 when obtaining additional information from the Maine Department of Labor.

Sexual Harassment
10/19/12 - The Maine Sexual Harassment poster has been updated to reflect a change to the TTY access number by dialing the Maine Relay 711 when obtaining additional information from the Maine Department of Labor.

Video Display Terminal
10/19/12 - The Maine Video Display Terminal poster has been updated to reflect a change to the TTY access number by dialing the Maine Relay 711 when obtaining additional information from the Maine Department of Labor.

Whistleblower Protection
10/19/12 - The Maine Whistleblower Protection poster has been updated to reflect a change to the TTY access number by dialing the Maine Relay 711 when obtaining additional information from the Maine Department of Labor.

Workers' Compensation
10/19/12 - The Maine Workers' Compensation poster has been updated to reflect a change to the TTY access number by dialing the Maine Relay 711 when obtaining additional information from the Maine Department of Labor.

OSHA (for the Public Sector ONLY)
10/19/12 - The Maine OSHA poster has been updated to reflect a change to the TTY access number by dialing the Maine Relay 711 when obtaining additional information from the Maine Department of Labor.

Unemployment Insurance
9/13/12 - The Maine Unemployment Insurance poster has been updated to reflect a change to users of the TTY number to the Maine Relay 711 number. An address change has also been made to the Unemployment Compensation Claim Office from Orono to Bangor, ME.

Maryland

Minimum Wage
10/02/14 - The Maryland Minimum Wage poster has been updated to reflect the new minimum wage increases. The Maryland minimum wage will increase from $7.25 an hour to $8.00 an hour effective January 1, 2015, $8.25 an hour on July 1, 2015, to $8.75 an hour on July 1, 2016, $9.25 an hour on July 1, 2017, and $10.10 an hour on July 1, 2018.

Fair Employment
10/02/14 - The Maryland Fair Employment poster has been updated to clarify that discrimination on the basis of gender identity is prohibited in employment.

Child Labor
10/02/14 - The Maryland Child Labor poster has been updated to reflect the authorization of parents or guardians of a minor to apply for a work permit online. The Commissioner of Labor is authorized to issue a work permit under specified circumstance.

Fair Employment
01/07/14 - The Maryland Fair Employment poster has been updated to reflect a new protected category. The poster now clarifies that discrimination on the basis of gender/sex is prohibited in employment. The agency also added retaliation prohibitions and employee rights if they feel they are a victim of discrimination.

Pregnant and Working
01/07/14 - The Maryland Pregnant and Working poster has been released by the Maryland Commission on Civil Rights. Employers must now provide certain reasonable accommodations to pregnant employees who provide notice to their employers of a temporary disability.

OSHA (for the Public Sector ONLY)
11/9/12 - The Maryland OSHA poster has been updated to reflect that employees may obtain additional information from MOSH Department of Training and Education rather than the Maryland Department of Labor and Industry.

Health Insurance
7/25/11 - The Maryland Health Insurance Coverage poster has been updated to reflect a clarification that an employee or other member of an employee's family may be eligible to continue to be covered by the employer's health insurance policy if the employee quits or was terminated for a reason other than for cause.

Massachusetts

Fair Employment
10/04/13 - The Massachusetts Fair Employment poster has been updated to reflect a new protected category. The Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination prohibits employers from discriminating against applicants and employees based on gender identity.

Unemployment Insurance
07/17/13 - The Massachusetts Unemployment Insurance poster has been updated to reflect that employees can now file for unemployment insurance benefits online and by calling the TeleClaim Center.

Unemployment Insurance
08/01/11 - The Massachusetts Unemployment Insurance poster has been updated to reflect a change in the schedule of assigned days when filing a claim by telephone through the Teleclaim Center.

Unemployment Insurance
04/15/09 - The Massachusetts Unemployment Insurance poster was updated with additional information regarding when an individual can file an unemployment compensation claim. The Massachusetts Department of Workforce Development added the assigned days when an individual can call Teleclaims depending on the last digit of the individual 's social security number.

Minimum Wage
07/10/08 - The Massachusetts Minimum Wage poster was updated to reflect the new law making triple damages mandatory if an employer is found to have violated the state's wage and hour laws. The poster was also updated to include information about the state's Small Necessities Leave Act and when travel time is considered working time. The poster was also updated to only indicate the minimum wage effective January 1, 2008.

Michigan

Minimum Wage
7/14/14 - The Michigan Minimum Wage poster has been updated to reflect an increase in the state minimum wage from $7.40 an hour to $8.15 an hour effective September 1, 2014.

Radiation Control Regulations - Healthcare Poster
4/18/13 - The Michigan Radiation Notice to Employees poster has been updated to reflect an agency change. The Michigan Department of Community Health has been renamed the Michigan Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs.

Child Labor
12/23/11 - The Michigan Child Labor poster has been updated to reflect that a minor 16 years of age and over may not work more than 24 hours in 1 week if they are a student in school and school is in session.

Child Labor
7/7/11 - The Michigan Child Labor poster has been updated to reflect a transfer of authority from the Michigan Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs to the Department of Education.

Radiation Notice to Employees - HEALTH CARE INDUSTRY SPECIFIC
09/21/10 - The Michigan Radiation Notice has been updated with information regarding the Michigan Department of Community Health's discrimination policy. The poster was also updated with new references to the Radiation Rules.

Minnesota

Minimum Wage
07/21/14 - The Minnesota Minimum Wage poster has been updated to reflect an increase to the minimum wage rate for large and small employers. Effective August 1, 2014 through July 31, 2015, the minimum wage rate for large employers will increase from $6.15 an hour to $8.00 an hour and for small employers from $5.25 an hour to $6.50 an hour.

Minimum Wage
08/20/13 - The Minnesota Minimum Wage poster has been updated to reflect additional benefits for employers offering sick leave benefits. The Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry allows employees to use protected leave benefits to have time to care for family members in addition to their sick child under a recent change to the Minnesota Parenting Leave Law.

No Smoking
12/21/07 - Minnesota recently passed a law that prohibits smoking in essentially all enclosed workplaces. Employers are required to post "no smoking" signs.

Minimum Wage
07/25/05 - The minimum wage has increased in the following categories: for "small-employers" to $5.25 an hour; for "large-employers" to $6.15 an hour; for "training-wage" to $4.90 an hour for employees under age 20 during the first consecutive 90 days of employment.

Mississippi

Federal E-Verify/Right to Work
09/17/13 - The E-Verify/Right to Work poster has been updated with additional information. The U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Special Counsel has clarified that employers cannot reject documents because they have a future expiration date or terminate an employee because of E-Verify without giving the employee an opportunity to resolve the problem.

Radiation Notice to Employees - Healthcare Poster
4/18/13 - The Mississippi Radiation Notice to Employees poster has been updated to reflect a correction to the Regulations for Control of Radiation under the Mississippi State Board of Health standards.

Notice Concerning Changes to the Workers' Compensation Law
6/22/12 - The Mississippi Worker's Compensation Commission has issued the new "Notice Concerning Changes to the Workers' Compensation Law" posting requirement pursuant to Senate Bill 2576 which details the changes to the state's Workers's Compensation Law.

E-Verify and Right to Work
01/20/10 - The Department of Homeland Security recently updated its E-Verify Administration Manual. Mississippi Employers are now required to also post the E-Verify and Right to Work posters in Spanish.

Unemployment Insurance
09/09/09 - The Mississippi Unemployment Insurance poster was updated with additional information on how to file a claim for unemployment insurance. The poster was also reformatted.

Missouri

Workers' Compensation
03/12/14 - The Missouri Workers' Compensation poster has been updated to reflect a clarification regarding employee fraud. An employee who knowingly makes a claim for workers' compensation with an intent to defraud is a class D felony. The poster was also updated with new information regarding where employees can get safety assistance.

Minimum Wage
11/12/13 - The Missouri Minimum Wage poster has been updated to reflect an increase in the state minimum wage. The state minimum wage was increased from $7.35 an hour to $7.50 an hour effective January 1, 2014. The minimum wage employers must pay tipped employees also increased from $3.675 an hour to $3.75 an hour effective January 1, 2014.

Fair Employment
12/11/12 - The Missouri Fair Employment poster has been updated to reflect a clarification to the definition of employment agencies under the Missouri Human Rights Act.

Minimum Wage
12/4/12 - The Missouri Minimum Wage poster has been updated to reflect an increase in the state minimum wage. The state minimum wage was increased from $7.25 an hour to $7.35 an hour effective January 1, 2013. The minimum wage employers must pay tipped employees also increased from $3.625 an hour to $3.675 an hour effective January 1, 2013.

Fair Employment
7/5/11 - The Missouri Fair Employment poster has been updated to reflect an additional listing of discriminatory practices and additional information on filing a complaint.

Child Labor
07/02/10 - The Missouri Child Labor poster is required of employers who employ youth under the age of 16 and addresses work certificates, the unacceptable types of work and workplaces, and the acceptable hours of work.

Workers' Compensation
01/05/10 - The Missouri Workers' Compensation poster has been updated with additional information regarding steps to be taken when an injury occurs and includes more benefits information for an injured employee. The poster was also reformatted with a new layout.

Montana

Minimum Wage
10/09/14 - The Montana Minimum Wage poster has been updated to reflect a new minimum wage rate. Effective January 1, 2015, the Montana minimum wage will increase from $7.80 to $7.90 an hour based on the cost-of-living adjustment.

Minimum Wage
10/04/13 - The Montana Minimum Wage poster has been updated to reflect a new minimum wage rate effective January 1, 2014. The Montana minimum wage will increase from $7.80 to $7.90 an hour based on the cost-of-living adjustment.

Minimum Wage
12/04/12 - The Montana Minimum Wage poster has been updated to reflect an increase in the state minimum wage rate effective January 1, 2013 from $7.65 to $7.80 per hour based on the cost-of-living adjustment..

Minimum Wage
11/21/11 - The Montana Minimum Wage poster has been updated to reflect the new minimum wage of $7.65 per hour effective January 1, 2012. This is a mandatory change to a recommended poster.

Minimum Wage
12/15/10 - The Montana Minimum Wage poster has been updated to reflect an increase to the minimum wage. Effective January 1, 2011, the minimum wage rate will increase from $7.25 per hour to $7.35 per hour. This is a mandatory change to a recommended poster.

Minimum Wage
10/28/08 - The Montana Minimum Wage poster was updated to reflect an increase in the state minimum wage. The state minimum wage will increase to $6.90 an hour effective January 1, 2009. On July 24, 2009, the state minimum wage will be replaced with the federal minimum wage rate of $7.25 an hour. This is a mandatory change.

Nebraska

Unemployment Insurance
7/25/14 - The Nebraska Unemployment Insurance poster has been updated with information regarding a claimant's requirement to expand the scope of their job search if they have been receiving benefits for over six weeks. Additionally, the new poster includes information on when the Commissioner may waive the search for work requirement, and when a claimant may be ineligible for benefits.

Unemployment Insurance
2/26/13 - The Nebraska Unemployment Insurance poster has been updated to reflect that filing a claim for unemployment benefits must be filed by electronic media through a Department of Labor Claims Center. The poster was also updated with information regarding a claimant's requirement to search for work while receiving unemployment benefits.

Unemployment Insurance
08/17/07 - The Nebraska Unemployment Insurance poster was updated to reflect that employees can file an unemployment insurance claim over the internet at NebraskaWorkforce.com.

Fair Employment
08/17/07 - The Nebraska Fair Employment poster was updated to reflect that the Age Discrimination in Employment Act now applies to employers with 20 or more employees. Previously, "Employer" was defined as a person employing 25 or more employees.

Minimum Wage
07/6/07 - The Nebraska Minimum Wage poster was updated to reflect an increase in the state minimum wage. The state minimum wage was increased to $5.85 an hour effective July 24, 2007, $6.55 an hour effective July 24, 2008, and $7.25 an hour effective July 24, 2009.

Nevada

Unemployment Insurance
05/22/14 - The Nevada Unemployment Insurance poster has been updated to include a web page address and direct phone number for reporting suspected fraud.

Annual Minimum Wage Bulletin
04/14/04 - NEW POSTER: The Nevada Annual Minimum Wage Bulletin has been released by the Nevada Office of the Labor Commissioner. According to the Labor Commissioner, the "2014 Annual Minimum Wage Bulletin" must be posted, effective July 1, 2014, in addition to the minimum wage poster.

Annual Daily Overtime Bulletin
04/14/04 - NEW POSTER: The Nevada Annual Daily Overtime Bulletin has been released by the Nevada Office of the Labor Commissioner. According to the Labor Commissioner, the "2014 Annual Daily Overtime Bulletin" must be posted, effective July 1, 2014, in addition to the minimum wage poster.

Fair Employment
01/16/14 - The Nevada Fair Employment poster has been updated to reflect a new protected category. The Nevada Equal Rights Commission now clarifies that discrimination on the basis of genetic information is prohibited in employment.

Radiation Notice to Employees - Healthcare Poster
05/03/13 - The Nevada Radiation Notice to Employees poster has been updated to reflect a web address where the Nevada Administrative Code can be obtained, and an agency address change when making any inquiries.

Fair Employment
10/5/11 - The Nevada Fair Employment poster has been updated to reflect that it is illegal for an employer to discriminate against an individual because of their gender identity or expression.

Minimum Wage
07/06/10 - "The Nevada Minimum Wage poster has been updated with the new minimum wage rates. Effective July 1, 2010, the minimum wage for employees who receive qualified health benefits from their employers increased from $6.55 per hour to $7.25 per hour and the minimum wage for employees who do not receive health benefits increased from $7.55 per hour to $8.25 per hour.

Unemployment Insurance
10/20/09 - The Nevada Unemployment Insurance poster was updated to reflect a new web address for filing an unemployment claim online.

 

New Hampshire

Whistleblowers' Protection
03/07/14 - The New Hampshire Whistleblowers’ Protection poster has been updated to reflect that an employer cannot retaliate against an employee who refuses to participate in any activity the employee believes is a violation of the law.

Minimum Wage
08/06/13 - The New Hampshire Minimum Wage poster has been updated to reflect an agency clarification on the applicability of the state minimum hourly wage to tipped employees. In addition, the New Hampshire Department of Labor has confirmed the new Commissioner of Labor, James W. Craig.

Whistleblowers' Protection Act
09/07/12 - The New Hampshire Whistleblowers’ Protection Act poster has been updated to reflect a clarification that the law protects any public or private employee against discharge, threat, or discrimination who reports or causes an alleged violation to be reported by the employee. The poster also indicates additional rights and remedies for public employees.

Criteria to Establish an Employee or Independent Contractor
8/14/12 - The New Hampshire Criteria to Establish an Employee or Independent Contractor poster has been updated to reflect the clarification of the criteria for exempting a worker from employee status.

Criteria to Establish an Employee or Independent Contractor
01/14/08 - The New Hampshire Criteria to Establish Employee or Independent Contractor poster was updated with additional language to help clarify the criteria for determining employee and independent contractor status.

 

New Jersey

Fair Employment
05/30/14 - The New Jersey Fair Employment poster has been updated to reflect a new protected category. The state of New Jersey now prohibits employers from discriminating against employees due to pregnancy.

Gender Equity Notice
12/12/13 - New Poster: The New Jersey Gender Equity Notice poster has been released by the New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development. New Jersey employers are required to post the notice detailing employees' rights to be free from gender-based pay discrimination in the workplace.

Minimum Wage
12/05/13 - The New Jersey Minimum Wage poster has been updated to reflect an increase in the minimum wage. The New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development increased the minimum wage from $7.25 an hour to $8.25 an hour effective January 1, 2014.

Payment of Wages
12/05/13 - The New Jersey Payment of Wages poster has been updated to reflect additional allowable deductions from employees' wages. The New Jersey Department of Labor and Development has added costs and fees to replace employee identification for access to secured areas in airports, health club memberships and child care services.

Safe Act
09/20/13 - The New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development has released a new poster regarding leave rights for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault. The poster summarizes the Security and Financial Empowerment Act which provides certain employees with an unpaid leave of absence to address incidents of domestic violence or sexual assault.

Radiation Notice to Employees - Healthcare Poster
04/25/13 - The New Jersey Radiation Notice to Employees poster has been updated to reflect an address change when making inquiries to the New Jersey State Department of Environmental Protection.

New Mexico

Human Trafficking
07/09/14 - The New Mexico Department of Workforce Solutions had released a new mandatory poster. Employers subject to the state Minimum Wage Act must post the New Mexico Human Trafficking poster containing information about the National Human Trafficking Resource Center Hotline.

Minimum Wage
04/16/14 - The New Mexico Minimum Wage poster has been updated with new guidelines on overtime pay for airline employees. The poster was also updated with new enforcement remedies under the state's Minimum Wage Act.

Minimum Wage (English and Spanish)
07/20/09 - The New Mexico Minimum Wage poster was updated to reflect a new law prohibiting retaliation. It is now a violation of the state Minimum Wage Act for an employer or any other person to discharge, demote, deny promotion to or in any other way discriminate against a person in terms or conditions of employment in retaliation for the person asserting a claim or right under the Minimum Wage Act or for assisting another person to do so or for informing another person about their employment rights or other rights provided by law.

Minimum Wage
03/06/08 - The New Mexico Minimum Wage poster was updated to reflect a new law that amends the state Minimum Wage Act. The new law exempts employees of the state or a political subdivision of the state from certain requirements of the Minimum Wage Act. The poster was also updated with some format changes and the phone number changed for the Santa Fe office of the New Mexico Department of Workforce Solutions.

Minimum Wage
12/28/07 - The New Mexico Minimum Wage poster was updated to reflect an increase in the state minimum wage. The state minimum wage was increased to $6.50 an hour effective January 1, 2008 and $7.50 an hour effective January 1, 2009. The poster was also updated with additional language and an agency name change.

New York

Minimum Wage
11/20/13 - The New York Minimum Wage poster has been updated to reflect an increase to the state minimum wage. The state minimum wage was increased from $7.25 an hour to $8.00 an hour effective December 31, 2013.

Deductions from Wages - Restaurant Poster (K-WC 40-A)
05/03/13 - The New York Deductions from Wages poster has been updated to reflect the current expanded law effective through November 5, 2015.

Radiation Notice to Employees - Healthcare Poster
05/03/13 - The New York Radiation Notice to Employees poster has been updated to reflect a clarification to the agencies responsible to the applicable rules and regulations. There has also been an address change to the New York State Department of Health, Bureau of Environmental Radiation Protection.

Hospitality Wage Order - Hotel and Restaurant Industry Specific
01/10/11 - The New York State Department of Labor has issued the new Hospitality Wage Order, effective January 1, 2011 which covers employees in both the Hotel and Restaurant Industries. The new wage order simplifies and increases the minimum wage requirements for tipped employees and requires extra payments under specified circumstances, such as call-in pay, spread of hours pay, and uniform maintenance pay.

Patient's Rights - HEALTH CARE INDUSTRY SPECIFIC
10/12/09 - The New York Patient's Rights poster was updated to reflect an additional protected class against discrimination. The poster now includes "age" as an anti-discrimination class when receiving treatment.

Radiation Notice - HEALTH CARE INDUSTRY SPECIFIC
10/12/09 - The New York Radiation Notice to Employees poster was reworded and reformatted. Enforcement of the standards for protection against radiation was transferred from the New York State Department of Labor, Division of Safety and Health to the New York State Department of Health, Bureau of Environmental Radiation Protection.

North Carolina

Federal E-Verify/Right to Work
09/17/13 - The E-Verify/Right to Work poster has been updated with additional information. The U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Special Counsel has clarified that employers cannot reject documents because they have a future expiration date or terminate an employee because of E-Verify without giving the employee an opportunity to resolve the problem.

Unemployment Insurance
09/11/13 - The North Carolina Unemployment Insurance poster has been publicly released by the North Carolina Department of Commerce, Division of Employment Security. Previously, the poster was only provided to employers after filing an Employer Status Report form.

E-Verify/Right to Work
10/01/12 - Effective October 1, 2012, employers with 500 or more employees are required to use E-Verify. Employers must post the E-Verify and Right to Work posters.

Minimum Wage (English and Spanish)
12/11/09 - The North Carolina Minimum Wage poster has been updated with additional information on hazardous or detrimental occupations for minors.

Fair Employment - English and Spanish
04/07/09 - The North Carolina Fair Employment poster was updated to reflect a new protected activity under the state's employment discrimination law. An employee involved in a pesticide regulation complaint against an employer is protected from retaliation or discrimination. The poster was also updated with a new email address for the North Carolina Department of Labor.

North Dakota

No Smoking
05/16/14 - The North Dakota No Smoking poster has been updated to reflect an additional prohibition to the smoke free law. The use of e-cigarettes is now prohibited under the state smoke free law.

Minimum Wage
09/03/13 - The North Dakota Minimum Wage poster has been updated to reflect several administrative clarifications to the poster. The newly renamed North Dakota Department of Labor and Human Rights agency has clarified the definition of a service employee under the tip credit provision, clarification on deductions from pay, and limitations on paid time off.

No Smoking
11/29/12 - North Dakota voters recently passed a measure amending the states no smoking laws in public places and places of employment. Employers are now required to post no smoking signs prohibiting smoking indoors and within 20 feet of entrances.

Workers' Compensation
09/14/09 - The North Dakota Workers' Compensation poster was updated to reflect an increase in death benefits and clarification on the assistance offered by the Decision Review Office. The North Dakota Workforce Safety and Insurance has designated that survivors receive 2/3 of the deceased worker's gross weekly wages, up to a maximum of 125% of the state's average weekly wages with total benefits not to exceed $300,000. Funeral expenses are payable up to $10,000.

Minimum Wage
06/28/08 - The North Dakota Minimum Wage poster was updated to reflect that the minimum direct wage payable to a tipped employee is $4.39 an hour effective July 24, 2008 and $4.86 an hour effective July 24, 2009. Previously, the poster stated that a tipped employee was entitled to the minimum cash wage. The poster was also updated to only reflect the minimum wage rate and tip credit effective on July 2008 and July 2009. The 2007 minimum wage information was removed from the poster.

 

 

 

Ohio

Minimum Wage
10/06/14 - The Ohio Minimum Wage poster has been updated to reflect a new minimum wage rate effective January 1, 2015. The Ohio minimum wage rate will increase from $7.95 per hour to $8.10 per hour for non-tipped employees and from $3.98 per hour to $4.05 per hour for tipped employees plus tips. The increased minimum wage will apply to employees of businesses with annual gross receipts in excess of $297,000 per year.

Minimum Wage
10/16/13 - The Ohio Minimum Wage poster has been updated to reflect a new minimum wage rate effective January 1, 2014. The Ohio minimum wage rate will increase from $7.85 per hour to $7.85 per hour for non-tipped employees and from $3.93 per hour to $3.98 per hour for tipped employees plus tips. The increased minimum wage will apply to employees of businesses with annual gross receipts in excess of $292,000 per year.

Minimum Wage
10/04/12 - The Ohio Minimum Wage poster has been updated to reflect a new minimum wage rate effective January 1, 2013. The Ohio minimum wage rate will increase from $7.70 an hour to $7.85 per hour for non-tipped employees and from $3.85 per hour to $3.93 per hour for tipped employees plus tips. The increased minimum wage will apply to employees of businesses with annual gross receipts in excess of $288,000 per year.

Minimum Wage
10/05/11 - The Ohio Minimum Wage poster has been updated to reflect a new minimum wage rate effective January 1, 2012. The Ohio minimum wage rate will increase from $7.40 per hour to $7.70 per hour for those employers whose gross is in excess of $283,000 per year (minimum wage for tipped employees will increase from $3.70 to $3.85 per hour plus tips).

OSHA - Public Sector
03/17/11 - The Ohio Public Sector Safety and Health Protection poster has been updated to reflect a clarification of the role of the public employer and employee, the right of a public employee to file a complaint, the PERRP conditions on refusal to work, ability to issue citations, enforcement and reporting fatalities and multiple hospitalizations. In addition, the poster includes information on access to records, discrimination and recordkeeping. This is a mandatory change to a public sector posting.

 

 

Oklahoma

Workers' Compensation
07/10/14 - The Oklahoma Workers' Compensation poster has been updated to reflect that death claims must be filed within two (2) years of the date of death.

Workers' Compensation
01/30/14 - The Oklahoma Workers' Compensation poster has been updated to reflect an overhaul to the workers' compensation system. The Oklahoma Workers' Compensation Commission replaces the court-based workers' compensation system allowing for more timely processing of claims.

Fair Employment
01/18/13 - The Oklahoma Fair Employment poster has been updated to reflect a new protected category. Employers are now prohibited from discriminating against applicants and employees based on genetic information.

Fair Employment
08/22/12 - The Oklahoma Fair Employment poster has been updated to reflect a change in responsibility from the Oklahoma Human Rights Commission to the Office of the Attorney General, Office of Civil Rights Enforcement. Employees or applicants must now contact the Office of the Attorney General to file a discrimination complaint.

Minimum Wage
11/13/09 - The Oklahoma Minimum Wage poster has been updated to reflect a new size to the poster and some sections removed. The Oklahoma Department of Labor Employment Standards Division has reduced the size of the poster from 11" x 17" to 8.5" x 11" as reflected in S.B. 527, effective November 1, 2009. The poster has been reworded, removing the following' 1. under "Employee Defined", item (9) anyone who works less than 25 hours per week in a temporary position. 2. entire paragraph under "Other Protected Employees" and 3. entire paragraph under "Tips, Room & Board".

Minimum Wage
03/17/08 - The Oklahoma Minimum Wage poster was updated with additional language regarding the investigation of wage claims.

 

Oregon

Minimum Wage
10/06/2014 - The Oregon Minimum Wage poster has been updated to reflect a new minimum wage rate effective January 1, 2015. The Oregon minimum wage rate will increase from $9.10 an hour to $9.25 an hour.

Domestic Violence
12/10/13 - The Oregon Domestic Violence poster has been released by the Oregon Bureau of Labor and Industry. Employers must now provide leave for victims of domestic violence, harassment, sexual assault or stalking.

Family Leave Act
12/10/13 - The Oregon Family Leave Act poster has been updated with additional information regarding recent amendments to the state's family leave act. An employee in Oregon is now able to request family leave to deal with the death of a family member.

Minimum Wage
09/25/13 - The Oregon Minimum Wage poster has been updated to reflect a new minimum wage rate effective January 1, 2014. The Oregon minimum wage rate will increase from $8.95 an hour to $9.10 an hour.

Minimum Wage
09/21/12 - The Oregon Minimum Wage poster has been updated to reflect a new minimum wage rate effective January 1, 2013. The Oregon minimum wage rate will increase from $8.80 an hour to $8.95 an hour.

FMLA (English and Spanish)
11/14/11 - The Oregon Family Leave poster has been updated to clarify that an employee can take family leave for a serious health condition for the same-gender domestic partner or parent or child of a same-gender domestic partner with a serious health condition.

Minimum Wage (English and Spanish)
11/7/11 - The Oregon Minimum Wage poster has been updated to reflect a new minimum wage rate effective January 1, 2012. The Oregon minimum wage rate will increase from $8.50 per hour to $8.80 per hour.


Pennsylvania

Unemployment Insurance
05/21/13 - The Pennsylvania Unemployment Insurance poster has been updated to reflect revised information regarding reporting requirements when filing an unemployment compensation claim. The Pennsylvania Department of Labor and Industry, Office of Unemployment Compensation Benefits has revised the requirements when filing a claim and expanded the section on penalties for making false statements or withholding information when obtaining unemployment benefits.

Child Labor Law Abstract
02/1/13 - The Pennsylvania Child Labor Law Abstract poster has been updated to reflect the repeal of the state's previous Child Labor Law in its entirety and replaced with the newly enacted Child Labor Law Act. Among other things, the law revises work hour restrictions and adopts federal standards for occupations deemed hazardous.
NOTE: This poster replaces Child Labor, Parts 1 and 3, and will now be sent as an individual poster.

No Smoking
08/27/08 - Pennsylvania recently passed the Clean Indoor Air Act, which prohibits smoking in essentially all enclosed workplaces except for a few specifically named exceptions. Beginning on September 11, 2008, smoking is not allowed in public places or workplaces. The law requires employers to post no smoking signs.

Radiation Notice to Employees
07/16/08 - The Pennsylvania Radiation Notice to Employees was updated to reflect that employees must report immediately to their supervisor or the Department of Environmental Protection if they observe a violation or possible safety concern. The poster was also updated to state that employees may be personally subject to enforcement action if through deliberate misconduct an employee causes or attempts to cause a violation or deliberately provides inaccurate or incomplete safety information to their employer or the Department of Environmental Protection.

Minimum Wage
07/10/07 - In addition to the Federal Minimum Wage posting change, the Pennsylvania Minimum Wage poster was updated to reflect an increase in the state minimum wage for small employers (those who employ 10 or fewer full-time workers). The minimum wage was increased to $6.65 an hour effective July 1, 2007, $7.15 an hour effective July 1, 2008, and $7.25 an hour effective July 24, 2009. The poster was also updated to reflect an increase in the 60-day youth training wage. It will increase to $5.85 an hour on July 24, 2007 and to $6.55 an hour on July 24, 2008. The state also added the 2009 minimum wage rate to the poster.

Puerto Rico

Fair Employment
01/17/08 - The Puerto Rico Fair Employment poster was updated to reflect another protected category to Puerto Rico's anti-discrimination law. The law was amended to include actual or perceived victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, or stalking. The poster was also updated with a format change and information for nursing mothers in the workplace.

Rhode Island

Fair Employment
05/28/14 - The Rhode Island Fair Employment poster has been updated to reflect a new protected category. The state now prohibits employers from asking applicants about arrest records, and makes it unlawful to ask about convictions until at or after a first interview.

Unemployment Insurance
12/18/13 - The Rhode Island Unemployment Insurance poster has been updated to reflect eligibility benefits for temporary caregivers. The Rhode Island Department of Labor and Training has established temporary caregiver insurance within the state's temporary disability insurance program to provide benefits to workers taking time off to care for a seriously ill child, spouse, parent, parent-in-law, grandparent or domestic partner, or to bond with a new child.

Minimum Wage
12/05/13 - The Rhode Island Minimum Wage poster has been updated to reflect an increase in the state minimum wage. The minimum wage rate will increase from $7.75 an hour to $8.00 an hour effective January 1, 2014.

Minimum Wage
12/07/12 - The Rhode Island Minimum Wage poster has been updated to reflect an increase in the state minimum wage. The minimum wage rate will increase from $7.40 an hour to $7.75 an hour effective January 1, 2013. Full time students under 19 years fo age working in non-profit religious, educational, librarial or community services organizations will increase to $6.98 an hour and minors 14 and 15 years of age not working more than 24 hours a week will increase to $5.81 an hour.

Minimum Wage
09/24/08 - The Rhode Island Minimum Wage poster was updated to include information on mandatory overtime for nurses. A hospital may not require certain nurses and certified nurse assistants to work overtime except in an unforeseeable emergent circumstance.

Unemployment Insurance
09/24/08 - The Rhode Island Minimum Wage poster was updated to include information on mandatory overtime for nurses. A hospital may not require certain nurses and certified nurse assistants to work overtime except in an unforeseeable emergent circumstance.

Minimum Wage
03/24/06 - The minimum wage has increased to $7.10 an hour, effective 3/1/06, and to $7.40 effective 3/1/07.

South Carolina

Federal E-Verify/Right to Work
09/17/13 - The E-Verify/Right to Work poster has been updated with additional information. The U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Special Counsel has clarified that employers cannot reject documents because they have a future expiration date or terminate an employee because of E-Verify without giving the employee an opportunity to resolve the problem.

OSHA
09/25/12 - The South Carolina OSHA poster has been updated to reflect a correction to the previous poster with a revision date of July 2012. The agency corrected the discrimination section of the poster by adding that a public sector employee believing he has been discriminated against, may proceed with civil action.

Labor Law Abstract
07/31/12 - The South Carolina Labor Law Abstract poster has been updated to reflect an increase in penalties for violation of a worker’s rights under the Right-to-Work Law. Some rewording was made to the Immigrant Worker section of the poster.

Labor Law Abstract
08/9/11 - The South Carolina Labor Law Abstract poster has been updated to reflect that E-Verify is now mandatory and must be used to verify the eligibility of new employees. The law goes in effect on January 1, 2012.

South Dakota

All-in-one Labor Law Poster
02/01/2001 - The ComplyRight South Dakota all-in-one poster was last updated in February 2001. You can obtain your Unemployment Insurance and Workers’ Compensation posters through the South Dakota Department of Labor.

Tennessee

Federal E-Verify/Right to Work
09/17/13 - The E-Verify/Right to Work poster has been updated with additional information. The U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Special Counsel has clarified that employers cannot reject documents because they have a future expiration date or terminate an employee because of E-Verify without giving the employee an opportunity to resolve the problem. Unemployment Insurance
06/20/13 - The Tennessee Unemployment Insurance poster has been updated to reflect clarification on eligibility for unemployment insurance benefits. The Tennessee Department of Labor and Workforce Development clarified that eligibility for benefits must include search for work by making a minimum of three tangible job contacts each week.

Unemployment Insurance
02/18/13 - The Tennessee Unemployment Insurance poster has been updated to reflect a clarification on a claimant's requirements in filing and maintaining an unemployment insurance claim, and eligibility requirements for benefits. In addition, unemployment claimants in Tennessee must demonstrate a valid work search and must maintain a work search log to maintain benefits.

Workers' Compensation
04/13/12 - The Tennessee Workers’ Compensation poster has been updated to reflect that all construction employers must carry workers’ compensation unless they are specifically exempted.

Fair Employment
05/08/09 - The Tennessee Fair Employment poster was updated to reflect an additional protected class against discrimination. The Tennessee Human Rights Commission has added that it is illegal to discriminate against any person because of creed. The poster was also reworded and reformatted.

Fair Employment
01/19/09 - The Tennessee Fair Employment poster was updated to reflect a recent amendment to Tennessee Human Rights Act. The word "handicap" was replaced with "disability" under the Act. The word "creed" was also removed from the poster. The agency also updated their web address and the physical address to their Middle Tennessee location.

Texas

Child Labor
01/08/14 - The Texas Child Labor poster has been updated to reflect additional prohibited occupations. The Texas Workforce Commission has added youth peddling activities and catching and cooping poultry in preparation for transport or for market, prohibited occupations applicable to 14 and 15 year olds.

Employer Notification of Ombudsman Program to Employees
07/25/13 - The Texas Employer's Notice of Ombudsman Program poster has been updated to reflect an agency website address change and clarification on the types of assistance the Ombudsman Program provides to employees. The Texas office of Injured Employee Counsel has revised the domain name to texas.gov.

Workers' Compensation (Insured, Uninsured and Self-Insured)
08/16/12 - The Texas Workers' Compensation posters have been updated effective January 1, 2013. All the posters were updated to clarify "illness" means "occupational illness". The Insured employer and Self-Insured employer poster was updated to reflect that the Division of Workers' Compensation will process any requests for dispute resolution of a claim, and the Office of Injured Employee Counsel (OIEC) will provide free assistance and explain an injured employees' rights and responsibilities. The Uninsured employer poster was updated to reflect that an injured employee should contact their employer regarding the availability of benefits for a work-related injury or occupational disease.

Child Labor
4/7/12 - The Texas Child Labor poster has been updated to reflect some revisions/rewording to the prohibited occupations for 14 through 17 year old children and the addition of prohibited occupations that apply only under state law. This is a mandatory change to a recommended poster.

Radiation Notice to Employees - HEALTH CARE INDUSTRY SPECIFIC
10/12/09 - The Texas Radiation Notice to Employees for Dental Offices poster was updated with a change to the agency name and some rewording on the poster. The Texas Department of Health was renamed to the Department of State Health Services.

Utah

Federal E-Verify/Right to Work
09/17/13 - The E-Verify/Right to Work poster has been updated with additional information. The U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Special Counsel has clarified that employers cannot reject documents because they have a future expiration date or terminate an employee because of E-Verify without giving the employee an opportunity to resolve the problem.

OSHA
09/7/12 - The Utah OSHA poster has been updated to reflect that an employee has obligations to comply with all workplace safety and health rules established by the employer. An employee can also file a complaint within 30 days with Utah OSHA if they feel an employer has retaliated against them for making safety or health complaints.

Workers' Compensation
08/3/12 - The Utah Workers’ Compensation poster has been updated to reflect a clarification that an employee may lose his or her rights if the injury is not reported within 180 days of the injury or work related illness..

Unemployment Insurance
08/2/11 - The Utah Unemployment Insurance poster has been updated to reflect that unemployment insurance specifically provides payments to qualified workers who are unemployed through no fault of their own and are able, available, and seeking full-time work. The poster also indicates that the Department of Workforce Services is a no fee service available online or by phone. Some changes were also made to the addresses and phone numbers of the state employment centers.

Vermont

Posting of Safety Records
09/24/14 - The Vermont Posting of Safety Records poster has been released by the Vermont Department of Labor. This new mandatory poster advises employees where they may review workplace injury and illness records.

Minimum Wage
11/05/13 - The Vermont Minimum Wage poster has been updated to reflect an increase in the minimum wage rate from $8.60 an hour to $8.73 an hour effective January 1, 2014. The basic wage rate for service and tipped employees also increased to $4.23 an hour, with a maximum tip credit allowance of $4.50 an hour.

Unemployment Insurance
07/12/13 - The Vermont Unemployment Insurance poster has been updated to reflect additional information and regional offices. The Vermont Department of Labor has added that free help is available and has added additional cities which have Career Resource Center.

Minimum Wage
11/13/12 - The Vermont Minimum Wage poster has been updated to reflect an increase in the minimum wage rate from $8.46 an hour to $8.60 an hour effective January 1, 2013. The basic wage rate for service and tipped employees also increased to $4.17 an hour, with a maximum tip credit allowance of $4.43 an hour.

Minimum Wage
11/8/11 - The Vermont Minimum Wage poster has been updated to reflect an increase in the state minimum wage. The state minimum wage was increased to $8.46 an hour effective January 1, 2012. The basic wage for tipped employees also increased to $4.10 an hour, with a maximum tip credit allowance of $4.36 an hour.

Minimum Wage
10/18/10 - The Vermont Minimum Wage has been updated to reflect an increase in the minimum wage. The Vermont Department of Labor has increased the minimum wage from $8.06 per hour to $8.15 per hour effective January 1, 2011.

Virginia

Radiation Notice to Employees - HEALTH CARE INDUSTRY SPECIFIC
09/21/10 - The Virginia Radiation Notice has been updated with additional information regarding inspections and reports of occupational radiation doses.

No Smoking - Industry Specific for Restaurants
12/16/09 - Virginia recently passed a law that prohibits smoking in essentially all restaurants that are open to the public. The new law requires employers to post "no smoking" signs and to remove all ashtrays and other smoking paraphernalia from all areas of the restaurant where smoking is prohibited.

Earned Income Tax Credit
06/22/09 - Virginia employers are required to post a new poster from the Virginia Department of Social Services regarding earned income tax credits. The poster informs employees that they may be eligible for federal and state earned income tax credits and may apply for the credit on their tax returns or receive the credit in advance payments during the year.

Washington

Workers' Compensation & Workers' Compensation Self-Insured (2 sided poster)
12/5/12 - The Washington Workers' Compensation and Workers' Compensation Self-Insured posters have been updated to reflect that injured workers are only permitted to see a non-network provider for an initial visit. Ongoing care must be provided by a healthcare provider in the statewide provider network.

Rights as a Worker
12/5/12 - The Washington Rights as a Worker poster has been updated to clarify that victims of domestic violence, sexual assault or stalking are entitled to take reasonable leave from work for counseling, relocation, meetings with their crime victim advocate or to protect their safety. Additionally the poster was updated to reflect that employers must have a minor work permit to employ teens except on family farms.

OSHA
12/5/12 - The Washington OSHA poster has been updated to reflect clarification regarding employer's obligations and how an employee may file a discrimination complaint online.

Workers' Compensation
3/18/11 - The Washington State Workers' Compensation poster for Employers Insured through the State has been updated to reflect that a registered domestic partner may also receive a pension as a death benefit if a worker dies.

Unemployment Insurance
2/15/11 - The Washington State Unemployment Insurance poster has been updated to reflect a new web address to use when applying for unemployment benefits.

Workers' Compensation
04/25/09 - The Washington Workers' Compensation poster (self-insured) was updated with information on how to contact the Ombudsman for self-insured injured workers. The poster was also updated with additional contact information.

West Virginia

Wage Payment and Collection Act
07/19/13 - The West Virginia Wage Payment and Collection Act poster has been updated to reflect that an employer pay a discharged employee his or her final wages in full by the next regular payday or within four business days.

Unemployment Insurance
07/23/08 - The West Virginia Unemployment Insurance poster was updated with additional information regarding wage classes, weekly benefit rates, and maximum benefit rates. The agency also changed some of their claims offices from full-time claims offices to itinerant claims points.

Unemployment Insurance
08/01/07 - The West Virginia Unemployment Insurance poster was updated with additional information regarding wage classes, weekly benefit rates, and maximum benefit rates.

Minimum Wage
07/10/06 - The poster was updated to reflect new minimum wage rates. Beginning July 1, 2006, the minimum wage rate will increase to $5.85 per hour. The minimum wage will increase to $6.55 per hour on July 1, 2007, and again to $7.25 per hour on July 1, 2008. All three rates are on the poster.

Wisconsin

Child Labor
12/23/11 - The Wisconsin Child Labor poster has been updated to reflect certain occupations minors under 14 years of age are allowed to work subject to the same hour and day restrictions as minors who are 14 or 15 years of age.

OSHA - Public Sector
11/18/11 - The Wisconsin OSHA public sector poster has been updated to reflect a transfer of authority from the Wisconsin Department of Commerce to the Department of Safety and Professional Services.

Right to Know - Public Sector
11/18/11 - The Wisconsin Right to Know public sector poster has been updated to reflect a transfer of authority from the Wisconsin Department of Commerce to the Department of Safety and Professional Services.

Wyoming

OSHA
05/30/14 - The Wyoming OSHA poster has been updated to reflect new penalty amounts for OSHA violations. Employers in the state of Wyoming can be fined up to $7,000 for each serious OSHA violation and optional penalties of up to $7,000 for each non-serious violation.

OSHA
10/21/09 - The Wyoming OSHA poster was updated with a new phone number for filing OSHA complaints.

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