Federal Labor Law Posters only $17.95
be in complete compliance with the
US Department of
your local State DOL.
Your company must display all
Federal & State Labor Law Postings.
guarantee your business to be fully
for your mandatory Federal & State Compliance Posters for
with 3 or more employees on their payroll. You are required
by the ( US Department of Labor ) to display the mandatory State &
Federal Labor Law Postings. State employment laws change yearly for most
Our Labor Law Posters are always the "Most
and Up To Date" at your time of purchase. Our Website and
Posters are updated immediately (same day) when a law change occurs.
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2015 Federal & State Compliance ( 2 - Poster Set )
Federal labor law posters (
all on one poster ) State labor law posters ( all on one poster ) sets
Set only $17.95
Poster ( 18 x 24 )
State Poster ( 18 x 24 )
Labor Law Poster Update Service:
a laminated or non-laminated Federal & State Labor Law Poster Set.
Your company will be entitled to this service at no extra cost.
Valid for 1 year from date of purchase. You
must maintain an active email address with us. We notify you of any
changes that occur
via Email informing you of your State or Federal changes that
will need to be repurchased ( Not Free Posters
This will eliminate your Human Resource Department of having to
research your States Labor Laws on a monthly basis.
Website is Updated Daily
- You can easily visit your States Page to view any new /
Just add our website to your favorites or on your desktop.
Custom Free Art Work
We will add
your company name or logo on the State Poster for Free. Must be 100 Poster Sets
( Laminated Only ) - ( for the same
state ) for this service.
You must "Call Us" to place this Custom Order.
Custom Work - Do you need your
Company information added within the posters there is a $150.00 fee
state). Must be a minimum order of 75 sets
- ( per
state ). You must "Call Us" to place this Custom Order.
Free Human Resource Forms -
( I9, W4, Osha 300 300a 301, E-Verify Forms
Free to download.
We supply these free forms as part of our ongoing dedication to perform
outstanding customer service to you and your company. Click Free Human
Resource Forms (bottom of this page).
Order / Corporate Discounts -
We supply numerous Major
Corporations across America. If your company requires a volume purchase.
Quotes Start at
( Federal & State
15 - State or Federal
will offer you a
% Discount &
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The States ( below )
Have Updated their State Posters.
- 8 / 15
7 / 15
FL - 7 15 GA
- 7 / 15
7 / 15
Federal OSHA Poster - 4 / 30 /
( below ) have
Minimum Wage in 2015
We offer the "Lowest and Most Cost Effective Prices Nationwide"
Click On Your State (
View Your States Labor Laws.
3. Place Your Order
From Your States Page (
Bottom of Your States Page ).
( 2015 Updates )
34 States in 2015 updated their State Labor Law
4 / 30 / 2015 -
2 / 25 / 2015
features of the FMLA Final Rule.
rule change updates the FMLA regulatory
already on the 2013 Updated FMLA Poster.
So that an eligible employee in a legal same-sex marriage will be able
to take FMLA leave for his or her spouse regardless of the state in
which the employee resides. Previously, the regulatory definition of
“spouse” did not include same-sex spouses if an employee resided in a
state that did not recognize the employee’s same-sex marriage. Under the
new rule, eligibility for federal FMLA protections is based on the law
of the place where the marriage was entered into. This “place of
celebration” provision allows all legally married couples, whether
opposite-sex or same-sex, to have consistent federal family leave rights
regardless of whether the state in which they currently reside
recognizes such marriages.
The Final Rule does not change the 2013 Updated FMLA Poster.
4 / 30 / 14 -
U.S. Secretary of Labor Thomas E. Perez released the following statement
after the Senate's vote on the Harkin-Reid-Merkley legislation that
would have raised the federal minimum wage to $10.10 per hour. U.S.
Senators Blocked a Federal Minimum Wage Increase