New York and Federal Labor Law Posters
SHRM is pleased to provide you the opportunity to purchase J.J. Keller’s State and Federal Labor Law Posters through the SHRMStore. These Labor Law Posters come with J.J. Keller’s Annual Update Service that ensures you receive an updated poster if a required change occurs during your subscription period. J.J. Keller also provides a Certificate of Compliance*.
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Mandatory New York Change - 4/1/19
The New York time off to vote posting has been updated with a mandatory change due to a change in the election law increasing the time employees are allowed off to vote to three hours.
This State and Federal Poster Set includes one (1) New York Poster and one (1) Federal Labor Law poster.
New York Poster (30" x 26") includes these postings:
Minimum Wage - Bilingual
State of New York Division of Human Rights (Discrimination) - Bilingual
Licensure & Employment of Persons Previously Convicted - Article 23-A
Permitted Working Hours for Minors Under 18 (Child Labor)
Time Off to Vote
Federal Poster (20" x 26") includes these postings:
Minimum Wage (FLSA)
Job Safety and Health "It's the Law!" (OSHA 3165)
Employee Polygraph Protection Act (EPPA)
Equal Employment Opportunity Is The Law (EEO)
Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA)
Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act (USERRA)
All posters are:
Laminated front and back for durability and protection from being altered or defaced
Tabbed formatting makes information easy to find and read
Posting revision dates are highlighted for simple identification<
Features QR Code to verify poster compliance status with a quick scan
*If a customer location properly displaying J.J. Keller’s most current Employment Law Posters receives a government citation for improper posting content, J.J. Keller will reimburse paid fines properly imposed under state or federal law. Requests for reimbursement must be submitted to J.J. Keller within 30 days of payment and include a copy of the citation and proof of the amount paid.
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