State and federal law requires employers to post labor law notices in the workplace. These mandatory postings include the Federal Minimum Wage, OSHA, FMLA, USERRA and various state specific notices.
Failure to post the required, current state and federal employment law notices can result in fines up to $17,000.
- Fines can vary by poster and the agency requiring the poster. Fines range from $110 to $10,000.
- The maximum fine is typically applied if the employer repeatedly or knowingly violated the law.
Labor Postings can update on a frequent basis state-by-state. Within the past month, labor postings have updated in both Minnesota and Wisconsin:
- The Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development updated their Unemployment Benefits notice that reflects a new web address to obtain information about unemployment insurance.
- The Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry has updated their Parental Leave notice to reflect new contact information for the department. In addition, the department logo was also updated.
To stay in compliance with these recent changes, all businesses in these states with at least one employee on payroll must display these updated postings in their locations.
Flyte HCM has made it simple for you to stay in compliance with labor posting requirements. Our labor poster service keeps you automatically up-to-date with notifications of changes to the labor law that affects you. When a change occurs, we will make sure that your posters remain compliant.
Check out Flyte HCM’s Labor Poster Service information HERE where you can learn more and choose the service that’s right for your business!
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