Wednesday, December 14, 2011

Texas, Virginia, Rhode Island & Kansas State Labor Law Posters

National Safety Compliance (NSC) has now released Texas, Virginia, Rhode Island & Kansas Labor Law Posters for 2012.

Texas has been released with no changes from the 2011 version of the poster. The 2012 Texas Labor Law Poster includes the following required postings: Workers' Compensation, Child Labor Law, Equal Opportunity Notice, Payday Notice, Emergency Numbers, & Ombudsman Program (Subscribers Only).

Virginia has also been released with no changes from the 2011 version of the poster. The 2012 Virginia Labor Law Poster includes the following required postings: Unemployment Insurance Notice, Workers' Compensation Notice, Job Safety & Health Protection, Federal Earned Income Credit, Virginia Earned Income Credit, & Emergency Numbers posting.

Rhode Island has been released with no Major Changes from the 2011 version of the poster. The RI Department of Labor and Training has updated the phone numbers for contacting a netWORKri center. The 2012 Rhode Island Labor Law Poster includes this updated information along with the following required postings: Parental & Family Medical Leave Act, Right To Know Law (Hazardous Substances), Prevailing Wage for Working on State or Municipal Financed Construction Projects, Minimum Wage, Unemployment Insurance & Temporary Disability Insurance Law, Workers' Compensation Act, Discrimination is Illegal Notice, Sexual Harassment Posting, It is Illegal to Smoke in this Establishment Notice, & Emergency Numbers.

Kansas has been released with no Major Changes from the 2011 version of the poster. The KS Department of Labor has updated the web site on the Unemployment Insurance Notice. The 2012 Kansas Labor Law Poster includes the following required postings: Unemployment Insurance Notice, Equal Opportunity in Employment, Equal Opportunity in Public Accommodations, Workers' Compensation, & Emergency Numbers.

These 2012 Posters are now shipping along with the 2012 Federal Labor Law Poster that includes the Employee Rights Posting required by the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB).

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