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Georgia Labor Law Poster

Georgia state labor law compliance has never been easier with ComplyRight's all-in-one solution

One simple poster is all it takes to stay in compliance with the Georgia's state labor law posting requirements. ComplyRight's all-in-one solution includes the most recent required posters for Georgia, including the Fair Employment (Equal Pay Act) and Workers' Compensation.

You will receive:

  • All state-required notices on one full color poster
  • Electronic reminders of posting changes straight from our legal team
  • 100% complete labor law compliance

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6+ Mandatory Poster Changes in the Last 3 Years
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6/13/2018MandatoryUnemployment Insurance
The Georgia Unemployment Insurance poster has been updated to reflect a web address to include a web address that employees can visit to obtain additional information before filing an unemployment insurance claim. Employees can also file for unemployment insurance benefits on this website....Read more
7/12/2016MandatoryWorkers' Compensation Bill of Rights
The Georgia Workers’ Compensation poster has been updated to reflect the weekly payout increases for temporary total disability and temporary partial disability. The death benefit to a surviving spouse has also been increased. ...Read more
7/10/2015MandatoryWorkers' Compensation Bill of Rights
The Georgia Workers’ Compensation Bill of Rights poster has been updated to reflect an increase to the maximum weekly compensation for temporary total disability benefits and the maximum weekly compensation for temporary partial disability benefits. Also, the Conformed Panel of Physicians panel has been eliminated as a method by which an employer may satisfy the requirements for furnishing medical care. Employers are now only required to post either the Panel of Physicians (WC-P1) or the MCO poster. ...Read more
4/3/2013MandatoryUnemployment Insurance
The Georgia Unemployment Insurance poster has been updated to reflect that all individuals receiving unemployment insurance benefits must engage in an active search for work and report weekly work search contacts. The poster was also updated to reflect that individuals may file claims online....Read more
6/2/2011MandatoryE-Verify and Right To Work - (English and Spanish)
On May 13, 2011, Georgia Governor Nathan Deal signed The Illegal Immigration Reform and Enforcement Act of 2011. The law, which goes into effect on July 1, 2011, requires public employers to obtain affidavits from contractors (and any subcontractors and sub-subcontractors) stating that they are enrolled in and use E-Verify....Read more
8/9/2007MandatoryWorkers' Compensation - Bill of Rights
Poster updated the maximum weekly income benefit to $500 and increased the temporary partial disability benefit to $334/week.
8/5/2006MandatoryWorkers' Compensation/MCO
Workers' Compensation MCO poster updated to reflect the total compensation payable to a widowed spouse with no children is limited to $150,000. It was previously $125,000.
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Georgia Labor Law Poster includes:

  • (1) Large Format Poster
    • Fair Employment (Equal Pay Act)
    • Vacation Unemployment
    • Unemployment Insurance
    • Workers' Compensation (Bill of Rights)
    • Workers ‘Compensation - Panel of Physicians
    • Workers’ Compensation - Managed Care Organization (MCO)
  • (3) Separate Posters
    • E-Verify & Right to Work (English/Spanish)
    • Smoking Allowed
    • No Smoking

In addition to your state poster(s), you may also receive small individual state posters. These postings will help you to comply with certain requirements that you have to meet according to your type of workers' compensation coverage, unemployment insurance and your state's smoking laws.