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Mandatory Federal Posting Change

MANDATORY FEDERAL POSTING CHANGE Effective August 1, 2016 Effective August 1, 2016, employers must post new Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) and Employee Polygraph Protection Act (EPPA) postings. (See below for changes) 2016 has been a year of ever-changing federal and state posting laws. With the recent mandatory federal change

H2-B Help Is Needed Today

H2-B Help Is Needed Today A bipartisan group of Senators are circulating two helpful H-2B letters and we need your help to ensure that as many Senators as possible sign the attached letters.  The first letter being spearheaded by Senators Burr (R-NC) and Mikulski (D-MD) will be sent to the Secretary of

Pennsylvania: PENNAG SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATIONS AVAILABLE

Pennsylvania: PENNAG SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATIONS AVAILABLE Scholarship applications for the 2015 PennAg Scholarship are now available. Students who have a parent employed by a member of PennAg Industries Association are invited to apply for scholarship award consideration. Awards must be used in the pursuit of post-secondary education at an accredited institution

Obama likely to veto rollback of NLRB union rules

Obama likely to veto rollback of NLRB union rules The House is poised to send President Barack Obama legislation rolling back a National Labor Relations Board rule intended to make it easier for workers to form unions, setting the stage for another presidential veto. “If the NLRB’s updated rules do,

OSHA Recordkeeping Requirements for posting the Annual Summary of Work Related Injuries and Illnesses

At the end of every calendar year, all employers must complete OSHA’s Form 300A, the Annual Summary of Work‐Related Injuries and Illnesses. The log must be completed even if no work‐related injuries or illnesses occurred during the year. The law requires employers to post the Annual Summary from February 1

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6 employee warning signs and what to do about them

Don’t ignore these employee red flags: An employee can have the perfect skill set but not the right attitude, writes Matt Straz, founder and CEO of Namely. If there’s a problem, don’t sit back and hope it goes away, he cautions: “Replacing an employee can cost companies more than 20%