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Oregon Equal Pay Law- 4/11/2018
The Oregon Equal Pay Law poster has been released by the Oregon Bureau of Labor and Industries. The new law prohibits employers from asking for applicants' salary history, expands the state's existing equal pay provisions, and extends existing remedies available to employees.
Alabama Child Labor- 4/10/2018
The Alabama Child Labor poster has been updated to reflect the addition of an email address, and phone number change to contact the Alabama Department of Labor, Child Labor Enforcement.
Nevada Annual Minimum Wage Bulletin- 4/3/2018
The Nevada 2018 Annual Minimum Wage Bulletin has been updated to reflect the minimum wage rates effective July 1, 2018. The rates remain unchanged on July 1, 2018. Employers are required to post this yearly bulletin along with the Annual Daily Overtime poster and the Minimum Wage poster.
New York No Smoking- 3/27/2018
The New York State No Smoking poster has been updated to reflect the restriction of vaping in the workplace.
New York Smoking Permitted- 3/27/2018
The New York State Smoking Permitted poster has been updated to reflect the restriction of vaping in the workplace.
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Labor Law Compliance Blog  
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