Archive for March, 2017

Mandatory Discrimination Update in Michigan

  • 30th March 2017

The Michigan Department of Civil Rights has updated the Discrimination Notice to now include that persons with disabilities needing accommodations for employment must notify their employers in writing within 182 days, in addition to a revision date of 2/2017.

Mandatory Earned Income Credit Notice – Louisiana

  • 30th March 2017

The Louisiana Workforce Commission has updated the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) notice. Earned Income and adjusted gross income (AGI) must each be less than $48,340 ($53,930 married filing jointly) with three or more qualifying children, $44,007 ($50,597 married filing jointly) with two qualifying children, $39,617 ($45,207 married filing jointly) with one qualifying child or $15,010 ($20,600 married filing jointly) with no qualifying children. The new revision date for the notice is 03/2017.

Mandatory Change to Tennessee Unemployment Insurance

  • 16th March 2017

The Tennessee Department of Labor and Workforce Development has updated their Unemployment Insurance notice. The website used to file for unemployment benefits has changed. In addition, the section on “Partial Unemployment” has been removed.

The Tennessee All-In-One State and Federal posters have been updated to include these new mandatory changes.

The revision date of the notice is now 3/17.

Recommended Change for North Carolina OSH/Wage & Hour Notice

  • 15th March 2017

The North Carolina Department of Labor has updated their Wage and Hour Notice to Employees. The amount of copies that were printed of the document has increased along with the price of print. The revision date of the notice is now (12/16).

Recommended Change for Federal Contractors – Paid Transparency

  • 13th March 2017

12/14/2016 – The office of Federal Compliance Programs (OFCCP) has updated the Pay Transparency Nondiscrimination Provision notice. The clause reference has been changed to 41CFR60-I.35(c).

Find the updated Federal Contractor’s Poster here:

Mandatory Change to Idaho’s Equal Employment Law Notice

  • 3rd March 2017

Equal Employment is the Law

The Idaho Department of Labor has updated the Equal Opportunity Is the Law notice. Pregnancy, childbirth, and related medical conditions, sex stereotyping, transgender status, gender identity, and those with limited English proficiency have been added as protected classes under the law. Additionally, recipients of federal financial assistance must take reasonable steps to ensure that communication with individuals with disabilities is as effective as communication with others. Recipients are required to provide appropriate auxiliary aids and services to individuals with disabilities. Lastly, Amy Hohnstein is the new WIOA Equal Opportunity Officer. Contact information to file a complaint has been updated along with the notice’s revision date (12/2016).

Effective Date:  12/1/2016

The Idaho All-In-One State and Federal Poster has been updated to include this new recommended change on the required postings.