When you need the latest and updated labor law posters for your business in Arkansas or Arizona, why rush to different stores to buy several different posters? Or for that matter, why visit multiple online stores when you can easily buy Arizona labor law posters and Arkansas labor law posters with a few clicks at a single website?
You merely need to visit our website www.laborlawcenter.com to locate the complete range of federal and state labor law posters available. We also offer OSHA safety posters as well as a wide range of office products. In fact, we offer single state law posters that can be displayed at a convenient location at your workplace. Your employees can view these posters with ease and understand them too since we offer them in both English and Spanish.
Our Arkansas labor law poster features full color printing on premium quality paper. The size of this poster is 18.5 inches by 24.5 inches and is laminated on the front and back for durability. There are four important notices printed in this single poster. These include Minimum Wage, Right to Know, Unemployment Insurance, and Workers Compensation.
You can display this poster next to our single federal law poster that measures 20 inches by 26 inches. Your business in Arkansas will remain compliant at all times once you display these posters, along with other mandatory safety posters, at your workplace.
Similarly, your workplace in Arizona will remain protected from heavy penalties and legal action when you display mandatory Arizona labor law posters at your workplace. The poster offered at our online store is in full color and printed on high quality paper. This poster is offered in a convenient size of 20.5 inches by 28.5 inches and contains several mandatory notices.
These include Discrimination Notice, 2013 Minimum Wages Poster, Workers Compensation, Constructive Discharge Notice, OSHA-Health and Safety Protection, and many more. You can choose this poster in English or Spanish and can display it right next to our single federal law poster for full compliance with Arizona and federal laws.
Whether you require Arizona labor law posters or Arkansas labor law posters or a wide range of business products, our website www.laborlawcenter.com can cater to all your needs. All you need to do is browse through our extensive website, place your orders online, and receive your chosen posters and products at your workplace or home. Plus, you never need to worry about remaining compliant once you visit our online store and choose our Compliance Protection Plan.
Any business operating in the United States requires compliance with all state and federal laws. You can just focus on managing your business while we, at LaborLawCenter look after your compliance needs. For instance, your business in Arizona or Arkansas will require you to prominently display Arizona or Arkansas labor law posters respectively.
Each Arkansas labor law poster available at our website www.laborlawcenter.com along with our full array of related products is made of the finest possible quality. This poster measures 18.5 inches by 24.5 inches and features lamination on both sides.
Our Arkansas labor law posters include mandatory state notices such as Minimum Wage, Right-To-Know, Unemployment Insurance, and Workers Compensation in one convenient poster. We also offer many other Arkansas legal forms and posters including Forklift Poster, Choking Poster, Arkansas First Report of Injury, etc., at our comprehensive website.
If you operate your business in the state of Arizona, you can just as easily order for our Arizona labor law posters with a few clicks. This colorful poster too is laminated on both sides for durability and measures 20.5 inches x 28.5 inches. This compact poster includes important notices such as the Minimum Wage Poster, Workers Compensation, Unemployment Insurance, Discrimination Notice, and many more.
We also offer several other mandatory posters for Arizona such as the Arizona No Smoking Poster, Arizona First Report of Injury Form, and Arizona State Legal Forms at our online store. Displaying our Arizona labor law poster along with other required posters and notices will ensure complete compliance with all State and Federal laws.
You should also remember that most laws including labor laws do get updated on a frequent basis. Your business needs to display the latest version of such laws and our trademarked Compliance Protection Plan is designed to save you from penalties and lawsuits.
For an annual fee, we will monitor all posters displayed at your workplace and send you any poster that is updated by state or federal regulations. We will contact you by email immediately and ship the actual poster by UPS as soon as updated posters are released.
Whether you require an Arizona labor law poster or an Arkansas labor law poster or any other related state or business poster for your business, we at www.laborlawcenter.com can cater to your specific needs. You should visit our online store to browse through a wide range of posters, forms, notices, and related products, and can order conveniently online.
Your business in Arizona or Arkansas or any other state in the USA has to comply with several laws. These include state, federal, and OSHA laws including all safety and labor laws. Our website www.laborlawcenter.com can provide all Arizona labor law posters if you are located in Arizona to ensure that both you and your employees remain updated with the latest laws.
Your business in Arizona will require at least 18 posters that comply with various rules and regulations. However, instead of buying these posters separately or driving down to various poster stores to locate all required posters, a visit to our website offers a convenient and cost-effective option. We offer a single Arizona labor law poster that complies with all mandatory state, federal, and OSHA laws.
This poster is printed on top-quality paper using premium ink and is laminated on both sides. Its 25” x 39” dimensions make it easy to display on any vital location at your workplace. We offer this arizona labor law poster in English and Spanish to suit your specific needs. Any surprise audit or inspection will not result in a penalty if you have the latest updated labor law poster at your workplace.
If your business operates in Arkansas then our website offers similar posters along with a host of other products that are suitable for any business located anywhere in the USA. We offer poster clips, safety signs and placards, motivational gifts and greeting cards for employees, workplace CDs/DVDs, and many other accessories to help your business function smoothly and safely.
Our Arkansas labor law posters are also printed on high quality paper and laminated on both sides for long life. You can purchase English and Spanish versions of this poster and display it at a prominent location in your office, store, workshop, or manufacturing facility.
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So, visit our website www.laborlawcenter.com to place an order for Arizona labor law posters or Arkansas labor law posters based on your location. These colorful posters will ensure that your employees remain informed while you remain safe from penalties and labor-related suits at the same time.
Every employer in Arkansas should take a few minutes during this busy season to update his or her 2008 Arkansas labor law posters.
The past year has brought myriad changes in labor law throughout the nation. And, more changes are on the way. California, Washington, Oregon, Colorado and ten other states will be raising their state minimum wage as of January 1, 2008.
Many of these changes affect labor law posters, which is why it’s important to update the posters at least once per year.
The official list of required 2008 Arkansas labor law posters include:
- Minimum Wage
- Unemployment Insurance
- Workers’ Compensation
In addition to the state posters, federal law requires that every employer in the nation display a number of posters. These include:
- USERRA – Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act
- Equal Employment Opportunity is the Law
- Federal Minimum Wage
- Employee Polygraph Protection Act
- Family and Medical Leave Act
- OSHA-Job Safety & Health Protection
A number of these posters have been updated for 2008.
The past year saw a number of significant minimum wage violations, by employers who apparently did not read the labor law posters.
In September, two companies agreed to pay nearly $1 million in unpaid overtime to 382 workers employed in the wake of Hurricane Katrina. The workers were employed by L&R Security Inc. of New Orleans and HKA Enterprises Inc. of Duncan, South Carolina as subcontractors for CH2M Hill of Englewood, Colorado under a FEMA contract. Employees worked as security guards at FEMA trailer sites and in debris removal, but were not paid overtime in accordance with federal law.
In August, five jointly-operated restaurants in Long Island, New York were ordered to pay almost $1 million to 191 low-wage workers. The employees had been forced to work long hours for wages less than the minimum wage, without overtime pay. The court ordered that if the employers did not pay up, their restaurants could be sold and the proceeds used to pay the employees.
In early July, the U.S. Department of Labor forced 107 subcontractors of KBR, Inc. of Virginia to pay some $1.5 million in back wages and benefits for up to 2,600 workers who participated in the Hurricane Katrina recovery project. The construction workers were involved in repairs to the Naval Construction Battalion Center in Gulfport Mississippi or the Naval Air Station/Joint Reserve Base in Belle Chasse, Louisiana. The U.S. Department of Labor is still searching for some of the workers involved in that case. Anyone who believes that they are owed back wages for these projects can contact the nearest U.S. Department of Labor office. The average payment per worker in that case was $616.
The minimum wage is scheduled to go up again in 2008. On July 24, the federal minimum wage will increase from $5.85 to $6.55 per hour. As with the increase in 2007, several other states will bump up their minimum wage, too, as a result of the federal minimum going up.
In other changes to labor law in 2007, Illinois also enacted a tough law regarding smoking. Almost every work environment, even restaurants bars and casinos are now non-smoking. Labor law posters will need to be updated as a result of these changes.
Until October, teens in Alaska could be employed by a gas station or convenience store that sold cigarettes. And though it was already illegal in Alaska for anyone under the age of 19 to buy cigarettes, people were concerned that these teens could be selling cigarettes to friends who might be underage. The Child Labor Laws, therefore, were amended to prohibit anyone under the age of 19 from selling cigarettes.
In addition to the changes in 2007, more changes are scheduled to occur in 2008. On January 1 and July 1, 2008, over 20 states will increase their state minimum wage.
Two recent studies show that while Americans waste a lot of time at work, they are among the most productive workers in the world, thanks in part to putting in long hours.
If it seems like a lot of your employees and coworkers are wasting time…that’s probably because they are. A recent survey of 3,800 office workers shows that many people are highly adept at goofing off at work, a concern for many employers.
Yet, according to a United Nations report on workplace productivity, Americans produce more per person than workers in any other developed nation. Their per-hour productivity is second only to workers in Norway, where the average worker generates goods worth $37.99 per hour. In the U.S., the average worker produces $35.63 per hour. This is more than any nation in the European Union, and about 50 cents more than in France, which ranks third.
This is true despite the amount of time that American workers waste. A recent survey by MSN-Zogby shows that office workers waste an incredible amount of time. In fact, 21% of workers admit to watching TV online at work. And that’s not the worst of it. Six percent of workers freely admit looking at pornography on their work computer. Yet, a recent report by the U.S. Department of Labor hails American workers as among the nation’s most productive.
And we don’t waste time only on the internet. More than 50% of workers in all age groups reported spending time gossiping, instead of working. About 46% said that they pay personal bills on company time, while 38% have looked for a new job online at work at sites like Careerbuilder.com.
Twenty percent of workers have answered a personal call on their cell phone during a business meeting, while 17% admit to sending a personal text message while in conference. Parents did this more often than workers without minor children living in the home, 25% compared to 17%.
Younger workers wasted more time than older workers, and were more likely to job-hunt online while at work. Workers aged 18 to 29 were more likely to engage in recreational activities at work than their older counterparts, regardless of the activity. A whopping 66% in this age group reported gossiping on company time. About 52% of workers aged 30 to 64 admitted gossiping, with just 43% of workers over the age of 64 wasting company time in this way.
Men wasted more time than women. Twenty-three percent of men admit to watching TV online at their work computer, while only 17% of woman do. For pornography, 10% of men admit accessing X-rated sites from their work computers, while only 1% of women indulged. The only exception to this trend was in gossiping, where more women than men admitted to spreading rumors at work, at 68% vs. 55%.
The type of time-wasting that employees indulged in depends in part on their income bracket, although the lowest-paid workers waste the most time. Lower-paid workers wasted more time on the internet than those who earn more. They also sent more private emails and texts from meetings. Nearly 50% of low-paid workers confessed to looking for a job online on company time – presumably, a better paying one.
Among workers who earn $25,000 to $35,000 per year, 68% spent time gossiping at work. Workers in the middle income bracket spent more time paying personal bills at work, while the highest-paid workers took more personal calls during meetings.
How is it possible that U.S. workers are so productive while wasting so much time? Well, it’s likely that workers in other countries are wasting even more time. Also, the MSN-Zogby survey measured the number of workers who had ever indulged in such an activity, not who did so on a regular basis. Finally, the survey didn’t differentiate between workers who waste 15 minutes per day on the Internet, and those who waste 4 hours per day.