This section provides you with an overview of labor law postings for this month. Note: many of these are included in the federal/state labor law poster.
|Federal or State
|Mandatory or Recommended
|The Alaska Department of Labor & Workforce Development has updated their Safety and Health Protection on the Job notice. The updated notice reflects new mandatory penalty amounts for serious violations and non-serious violations. In addition, the penalties for failing to correct a violation and for willful violations were also increased. The poster revision date is October 05, 2023.
|Colorado has updated its Employment Discrimination posting in Spanish with the addition of marital status to its discrimination categories and its Paid Leave & Whistleblower posting in Spanish with changes to its public health emergency information and the addition of the definition of documentation.
|Connecticut has introduced an updated Paid Sick Leave Notice that broadens the allowable circumstances for utilizing paid sick leave. Specifically, individuals can now use paid sick leave for the purpose of taking a “mental health wellness day.”
|The Connecticut Department of Labor has updated their Paid Sick Leave notice. The updated notice reflects expanded reasons for which service workers may use state-mandated paid sick leave. The poster revision date is October 16, 2023.
|The Florida Department of Economic Opportunity has updated their Minimum Wage notice. The updated notice reflects an adjustment of the state minimum wage to $12.00/hour for non-tipped employees and $8.98/hour for tipped employees, effective September 30, 2023. The poster revision date is September 27, 2023.
|The Idaho Department of Labor has updated their Equal Opportunity is the Law notice. The updated notice reflects the new Opportunity Officer and new contact information. The poster revision date is September 18, 2023.
|The Idaho Department of Labor has updated their Unemployment Insurance Benefits notice. The updated notice reflects that Idaho’s unemployment insurance programs are 100% funded by U.S. Department of Labor Employment and Training Administration grants. The poster revision date is September 18, 2023.
|Highland Heights, KY, has added a Highland Heights No Smoking posting to its offering.
|Maryland has updated its Employment of Minors Fact Sheet posting with changes to its federal restrictions section and its Discrimination posting in English and Spanish with changes to its reporting time.
|The Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination has updated their Parental Leave notice. The updated notice reflects new guidelines clarifying the Massachusetts Parental Leave Act. The poster revision date is September 12, 2023.
|The Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination has updated their Fair Employment notice. The updated notice reflects updated contact information. The poster revision date is September 12, 2023.
|The Nevada Department of Business & Industry has updated their Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation (DETR) notice. The updated notice reflects the Nevada Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation (DETR) quarterly reporting requirements concerning job training or employment programs. The poster revision date is September 05, 2023.
|Discrimination Human Rights Notice
|The New York State Department of Labor has released their Discrimination Against the Engagement in Certain Activities notice. A new state law requires employers to post a notice in the workplace regarding discrimination against employees for certain off-duty activities and against employees who opt out of participating in employer-sponsored meetings about religious or political matters. The poster revision date is October 9, 2023.
|Sexual Harassment Notice
|The City of Tukwila, Washington has released their Labor Standards notice. The newly released notice reflects an increase of the city minimum wage to $18.99/hour for large employers (500+ employees worldwide) and $16.99/hour for midsize employers (15+ employees), effective July 1, 2023.
|Wyoming has released several labor posting changes. First, the Wyoming OSHA Health & Safety Notice has been updated with a revised penalty section, a new website, and other changes throughout. Additionally, both the Wyoming Unemployment and the Workers’ Compensation Notices have been updated with new websites for information and claims forms.The New Wyoming Posters are now available!
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