The failure to meet the posting requirements of the federal government can result in citations, sanctions, penalties or fines.
Corning, NY (PRWEB) October 20, 2014
Working in the personnel or human resources department of a good-sized company, one is likely to become aware of the importance of making labor-related information readily available to employees. And there is no better way to be secure in the display of information provided to employees than to post 2015 state and federal posters, obtainable from US Poster Compliance.
The federal government and most state governments require posting information for employees on a bulletin board or in a conspicuous place easily reached and read by employees. Employees have the right to know openly and honestly the rules and regulations that govern their employment.
The Federal government mandates the display of certain notices to employees such as:
- Minimum wage rates
- FMLA – Family Medical Leave Act
- OSHA – Job Safety and Health Protection
- USERRA – Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act
- Equal employment opportunity
- Employee Polygraph Protection Act
- Rights of disabled workers
The failure to meet the posting requirements of the federal government can result in citations, sanctions, penalties or fines. The best way to avoid these or other consequences is to purchase 2015 state and federal posters from US Poster Compliance. They guarantee that your company will be in compliance with federal regulations. If, for any reason, their posters do not meet all compliance guidelines, any fines your company may receive will be paid by the company.
Connect with US Poster Compliance at http://www.uspostercompliance.com and ask about their automatic update program. Their 12-month labor law compliance package guarantees that for one year the company will automatically send posting updates whenever changes or additions to the regulations occur. In this way, your company can be relieved of this responsibility and always remain in compliance.
Most state governments mandate the posting of information such as:
- Minimum wage rates
- Wage and hour compensation and overtime regulations
- Law Enforcement and Firefighter workweek hours
- Compensatory Time in lieu of overtime
- Child Labor Laws
- Seasonal and migrant workers (English, Spanish, Other)
- Equal Employment Opportunity
- Worker’s Compensation contacts and injury procedures
- Unemployment regulations
Failure to post the mandatory employee information as required by states may also result in penalties. Purchasing and exhibiting 2015 state and federal posters generated by US Poster Compliance can eliminate the worry of meeting state mandates. The posters generated by this company are guaranteed to be up to date, accurate and in compliance with state regulations at the time of printing.
Contact them at http://www.uspostercompliance.com, let them know which state you call home, and they will do the rest. And should you purchase the 12-month compliance package, you are guaranteed to have all updated posters sent to you whenever changes in state employee information posting regulations occur. It is a very economical safety net for your company to remain in compliance with the state regulations.