Corning, NY (PRWEB) December 01, 2012
US Poster Compliance, makers of labor law compliance posters for every state in the US, announced today that their popular 12-Month Compliance Packages are the subject of an end-of-the-year promotion. The package always includes free updates whenever the State or Federal Department of Labor announces new regulations within 12 months of the purchase date, but the company is currently extending that time period through the end of 2012. Therefore, any business or individual that purchases a 12-Month Compliance Package before January 1, 2013 will receive free updates until December 31, 2013 - up to a full month of extra service for the same price.
Brandon Eaton, co-owner of US Poster Compliance, says the promotion comes at a time when many businesses take note of their compliance posters. "With all the festive food and desserts in the break room during the holidays, there are usually more eyes on those compliance posters," he said. "If you notice they're outdated, now is the time to get the most recent version and make sure you're in compliance for the long term."
Historically, January is a time when many states update their posting requirements. Already, seven states plan to increase their minimum wage in 2013, which will require new minimum wage posters in those states.
"We like to stay on top of new regulations," said Eaton, "which is why we include the newest version of every document on our posters before they're even required by law. We want businesses to stay in compliance for as long as possible, and that's why we offer this package in the first place."
The promotion for additional time on a 12-Month Compliance Package from US Poster Compliance expires on December 31, 2012 when the time frame returns to its original 12 months. For more information about this product, or to purchase a 12-Month Compliance Package from US Poster Compliance, visit http://www.uspostercompliance.com.
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.