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All-On-One State/Federal Labor Law Poster
Now it's easy to comply and eliminate multiple posting pieces with this All-On-One Labor Law Poster. This attractive, convenient, poster includes all of your State, Federal, and OSHA mandatory posting requirements.  Laminated 27" x 40"
CURRENT FEDERAL/PENNSYLVANIA POSTER DATE: August 2016

Pennsylvania State Postings Include:
Minimum Wage
Employment Provisions
Abstract of the Equal Pay Law
Unemployment Compensation
Workers' Compensation: It is Important to Tell Your Employer about Your Injury
Public Accommodations Provisions
Pennsylvania Worker and Community Right to Know Act (Public Sector)
Abstract of the Child Labor Law (Insert)
Hours of Work for Minors (Insert)

Federal OSHA Postings Include:
OSHA: Job Safety and Health. It's the Law!

Federal Postings Include:
Equal Employment Opportunity is the Law
Federal Minimum Wage
Employee Polygraph Protection Act
Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA)

Recent Posting Updates:

Posting: Federal Minimum Wage (a.k.a. Federal Fair Labor Standards Act or “FLSA”) posting

Changes: The revised poster has updated colors and formatting. Changes have also been made to the following sections:

1. Child Labor: Details of the work hour restrictions have been removed and the text generally refers to work hour restrictions.

2. Tip Credit: The text explaining the partial wage credit has been slightly revised.

3. Nursing Mothers: This a new section on the posting. The notice explains that employers are required to provide reasonable break time for a nursing mother employee who is subject to the FLSA’s overtime requirements in order for the employee to express breast milk for her nursing child for one year after the child’s birth each time such employee has need to express the milk. The notice clarifies that an employer must provide a place, other than a bathroom, that is shielded from view and free from intrusion from coworkers and the public, which may be used by the employee to express breast milk. The break time requirement became effective when the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (“Obamacare”) was signed into law on March 23, 2010. (See my email 4/28/2010).

4. Enforcement: Details regarding civil money penalty amounts for violations of the minimum wage and overtime provisions and child labor violations have been removed. Instead, the posting generally describes the DOL’s authority to recover back wages, liquidated damages, civil enforcement and civil money penalties, the possibility of criminal prosecution, and heightened civil money penalties for child labor violations in certain circumstances. This includes child labor violations that result in death, serious injury or that are willful or repeated. The posting explains that retaliating or discharging workers who file a complaint or participate in FLSA proceedings is prohibited.

5. Additional information: Puerto Rico has been added to the locations where “special provisions” apply. A section identifying independent contractor misclassification has been added with the advisory that employees (unless exempt) are entitled to minimum wage and overtime; independent contractors are not.

6. Footer banner has been updated to include the updated web address of the US DOL, Wage and Hour Division, and the posting date of 7/16 and a QR code.

Posting: Federal Employee Polygraph Protection Act posting

Changes: The revised poster has updated colors and formatting. Changes have also been made to the following sections:

1. Enforcement: The civil penalty limit for violations of “up to $10,000” was removed.
2. Posting date has been updated to 7/16



Please note, regulatory changes happen quickly and sometimes without advance notice.   Posters are updated as quickly as possible based on relevant changes.  Because of this, posters are NON-RETURNABLE due to regulatory changes.