This announcement is an opportunity for us to provide a product and service that can truly help business owners all around the country.
Corning, NY (PRWEB) February 06, 2013
The United States Department of Labor has released an updated version of the Family and Medical Leave Act FMLA labor law poster. The new revision includes changes that make it easier for service members to attend to family matters and health concerns. The update also makes FMLA more accessible for military personnel.
This is a required update for all employers in the United States as it affects Federal Labor Law Posters universally.
US Poster Compliance in Corning, NY has updated their State and Federal Labor Law Posters to reflect this change. The company offers three versions for each State: a "Green" Poster that is paper only, a laminated poster, and a "12 Month Compliance Package," which guarantees that a business will receive free posters within a 12-month period if there are any State or Federal updates.
"In addition, for the month of February, we're offering 28% off every order," added Brandon Eaton, co-owner of US Poster Compliance. Visitors to the website can take advantage of this promotion at checkout by entering the following discount code: 28FEB4ME. Orders over $100 earn free shipping, as well.
According to the US Department of Labor website, the last revision of a Federal Labor Law Poster was in May 2010 when a new document was released for "Notification of Employee Rights Under Federal Labor Laws."
"Our goal is to help businesses avoid unnecessary fines by staying in compliance with State and Federal Labor Laws," said Sean Lukasik, co-owner of US Poster Compliance. "This announcement is an opportunity for us to provide a product and service that can truly help business owners all around the country."
US Poster Compliance is owned and operated in the Finger Lakes Region of New York State by Sean Lukasik and Brandon Eaton. The young entrepreneurs seek to support and encourage other small businesses by delivering a well-designed product and helpful information on their website. Visit their Labor Law Blog for more information on updates and regulations.