Home 2018-06-29T17:32:39+00:00

LABOR LAW CHANGES ARE INEVITABLE.
WITH OUR SERVICES YOU WILL NOT MISS A SINGLE ONE!

POSTER COMPLIANCE SOLUTION FOR AN ENTIRE YEAR

Our Labor Law Posters and Services

Our Corporate Labor Law Poster Services protect employers from posting fines and possible workplace conflicts like wage and hours disputes, harassment or discrimination.
We offer a variety of products to meet the compliance needs of small businesses and large corporate offices with multiple locations across the United States. Our products specifically address OSHA, federal and state labor law requirements and industry specific requirements.

Our Labor Law Posters come in Physical or Digital form.

Physical Posters are for all businesses with one or more employee who must post in a visible area which is commonly used by employees the federal and state labor laws. Failure to do so can lead to hefty fines, penalties and even lawsuits.

Digital Poster: In today’s digital world where employees may work remotely, or if you are an employer on a tight budget, this option allows to download/print all mandatory postings as a single PDF file and avoid the hassle of dealing with government websites where broken links and outdated information is not uncommon.

Recent Updates

05/24/2018: Wyoming Health and Safety Protection on the Job Update

The Wyoming Department of Workforce Services has recently updated the Health and Safety Protection on the Job poster with a mandatory change..

01/2018: New Alaska Minimum

New Alaska Minimum Wage Effective January 1, 2018 .

12/2017: Colorado State Minimum Wage

Effective January 1, 2018 Minimum Wage: $10.20 Tipped Employee Minimum Wage: $7.18

01/2018: Washington Minimum Wage

The 2018 Washington Minimum Wage Is $11.50 Washington’s minimum wage applies to workers in both agriculture and non-agricultural jobs, although 14- and 15-year-olds may be paid 85% of the minimum wage ($9.78).