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June 2024: Planning Ahead and Posting Updates

18 Jun

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The below list may include updates to existing posters, additional postings that will be added to federal and state labor law posters, or new individual notices that may be required to be posted.

State Updated Posting Mandatory or Recommended
Iowa The Iowa Department of Inspections, Appeals, & Licensing has updated its Job Safety and Health (OSHA) notice. The updated notice reflects a new address, logo, and email for the Iowa Division of Labor office. The poster revision date is May 14, 2024. MANDATORY
Kansas Kansas has updated its Unemployment Insurance posting with changes to its office hours. MANDATORY
The Kansas Department of Labor has released its Human Trafficking notice. The newly released notice reflects a new law that requires employers to post a Human Trafficking notice in the workplace offering help to victims of human trafficking. The notice must be posted in a prominent and accessible location in the workplace. The poster revision date is May 28, 2024. MANDATORY
New York State The New York State Division of Human Rights has updated its Fair Employment notice. The updated notice reflects that employers are now prohibited from discriminating based on citizenship or immigration status. In addition, the statute of limitations for discrimination claims brought under the New York State Human Rights Law has increased from one year to three years. The poster revision date is June 05, 2024. MANDATORY
New York has released an updated Fair Employment / Discrimination required notice. The notice has been updated to include citizenship or immigration status as a new protected category, prohibiting employers from discriminating on these grounds. The update also extends the statute of limitations for discrimination claims under the New York State Human Rights Law from one year to three years. MANDATORY
Ohio The Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation has updated its Public Employment Risk Reduction Program (PERRP) notice. The updated notice reflects a new email address for employers to request compliance assistance. The poster revision date is May 17, 2024. MANDATORY
The Ohio Department of Job & Family Services has updated its Unemployment Insurance notice. The updated notice reflects a new Governor and a new Director. In addition, the updated notice reflects a new department logo. The poster revision date is May 17, 2024. MANDATORY
South Dakota South Dakota has updated its Unemployment Insurance Notice MANDATORY
North Dakota The North Dakota Department of Labor and Human Rights has updated their Minimum Wage and Work Conditions notice. The updated notice reflects a new logo. The poster revision date is June 3, 2024. MANDATORY
The North Dakota Department of Labor and Human Rights has updated their Unemployment Compensation notice. The updated notice reflects a new logo. The poster revision date is June 3, 2024. MANDATORY
Tennessee The Tennessee Department of Labor and Workforce Development has updated their Wage Regulation/Child Labor Law notice. The updated notice clarifies which occupations are prohibited for minors as well as the hours they are allowed to work. Minors who are 14 and 15 years old may not work between 7:00 pm and 7:00 am if the next day is a school day or between 9:00 pm and 6:00 am if the next day is not a school day. The poster revision date is June 6, 2024. MANDATORY
Virginia The Virginia Employment Commission has updated its Unemployment Insurance Benefits notice. The updated notice reflects that employers must provide a copy of the notice to each worker at the time of separation from employment. In addition, the updated notice includes information an applicant will need to provide when applying for unemployment benefits. The poster revision date is May 21, 2024. MANDATORY
Virginia has released a revised Unemployment Insurance Notice which has changed throughout and now includes a requirement that employers must also provide a copy of the notice to each worker at the time of separation from employment. MANDATORY
Virginia has updated its Notice to Workers (Unemployment Insurance) posting in English and Spanish with the addition of information on documents needed to provide to the agency and a new notice requirement. MANDATORY
Wisconsin Wisconsin has updated its UI Benefits, Notice to Employees About Claiming posting in Spanish with formatting changes, language updates, and the addition of a QR code. MANDATORY
City Updated Posting Mandatory or Recommended
Berkeley, CA Berkeley, CA, has updated its Berkeley Minimum Wage posting in English and Spanish with a new minimum wage rate. MANDATORY
Milpitas, CA Milpitas, CA, has updated its Milpitas Minimum Wage posting in English, Vietnamese, Chinese, and Spanish and its Milpitas Know Your Rights posting in English, Vietnamese, Chinese, and Spanish with a new minimum wage rate. MANDATORY
San Francisco, CA San Francisco, CA, has updated its San Francisco Minimum Wage posting with a new minimum wage rate. MANDATORY
Santa Monica, CA Santa Monica, CA, has updated its Santa Monica Minimum Wage posting in English and Spanish with a new minimum wage rate. MANDATORY

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