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New Mexico Workers' Compensation- 8/9/2018
The New Mexico Workers’ Compensation poster has been updated to reflect a web address change for obtaining assistance from the New Mexico Workers’ Compensation Administration.
South Carolina OSHA- 7/12/2018
The South Carolina OSHA poster has been updated to reflect the new OSHA employer reporting requirements for accidents and fatalities. An employer must report any work-related fatality within eight hours and any work-related in patient hospitalizations, work-related amputations and any work-related loss of eye within 24 hours.
Louisiana Earned Income Credit- 7/10/2018
The Louisiana Earned Income Credit poster has been updated to reflect the 2018 income limits for earned income tax credit.
Michigan Unemployment Insurance- 7/10/2018
The Michigan Unemployment Insurance poster has been updated with information about an automated system that employees can use to inquire about their unemployment compensation claims.
Rhode Island Ban-the-Box- 7/5/2018
The Rhode Island Ban-the-Box poster has been released by the Rhode Island Department of Labor and Training. The ban-the-box law makes it unlawful for an employer to include on a job application any questions regarding whether an applicant has ever been arrested, charged with or convicted of any crime.
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