Tennessee

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 Osh4less.com 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.

Mandatory Changes to Tennessee’s OSHA, Unemployment Insurance and Discrimination in Housing Notices

  • 4th November 2015

OSHA

The Tennessee Department of Labor and Workforce Development have updated their OSHA notice. The new notice has now been updated to reflect the new name for Safety Data Sheets (SDS) which was formerly known as Material Safety Data Sheets. The notice also includes a new contact number for the Jackson, Tennessee informational office and a new web address to receive TOSHA information. Lastly, a new authorization number has been included onto the notice.

Effective: 7/30/2015

Unemployment Insurance

The Tennessee Department of Labor and Workforce Development has updated their Unemployment Insurance Notice. A new procedure for filing for Unemployment Insurance has now been implemented for those who qualify. Unemployed individuals may now file for unemployment benefits with the Department of Labor and Workforce Development’s Claims Operations and may now be filed by phone or online. The notice reflects a new web address for the department and for additional information. Finally, a new logo has been added along with the notice’s authorization number.

Effective: 10/1/2015

Discrimination in Housing

The Tennessee Human Rights Commission has updated their Discrimination in Housing notice. The notice now lists “Terms and Conditions” as a protected category. Additionally, the notice includes a new logo for the Tennessee Human Rights Commission, address, and contact information including a new web address.

Effective: 6/29/2015

The Osha4less.com  Tennessee All-In-One State and Federal Poster has been updated to include this new mandatory posting.

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Tennessee’s Mandatory Change to Workers’ Compensation and Recommended Change to the Wage Regulation Act

  • 23rd September 2015

Workers’ Compensation (Mandatory Change)

The Tennessee Bureau of Workers’ Compensation has updated their Workers’ Compensation notice. Content regarding knowledge if an employer is subject to the workers’ compensation law has been removed. Specifics related to the physician panel the employer provides have been removed including the requirement of 3 or more reputable physicians, surgeons, chiropractors or specialty practice groups within a 100 mile radius of the employee’s community and the selection of those listed groups by the employee. Finally the name of the department for workers’ compensation for Tennessee has been renamed and the web addresses for the “Agreement Between Employer/Employee Choice of Physician” form and the Tennessee Bureau of Workers’ Compensation have been updated.

This posting went into effect: 7/1/2015

Wage Regulation Act (Recommended Change)

The Tennessee Department of Labor and Workforce Development has updated their Wage Regulation Act notice. The phone numbers and web address for the Tennessee Department of Labor and Workforce Development Labor Standards Unit have been updated. Finally, an authorization logo has been added for the notice.

This posting went into effect: 7/1/2015

The Osha4less.com  Tennessee All-In-One State and Federal Poster has been updated to include this new mandatory posting.

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Tennessee Unemployment Insurance Labor Law Poster Change

  • 20th June 2013

The Tennessee Department of Labor and Workforce Development has revised Tennessee’s Unemployment Insurance poster to reflect additional clarification on the eligibility for unemployment insurance benefits.

The law now states that in order for a person to be eligible for unemployment benefits, they must display an active search for work by making a minimum of three tangible job contacts each week. Employers are now required to post updated Tennessee Labor Law posters to notify employees and avoid fines and lawsuits.