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2019 Michigan & Federal Combination Poster

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$19.95 to $21.95
SKU: Michigan Combo
ITEM WEIGHT: 0.5

The size of this poster is 27" x 39".

Posters printed in high-quality full color and guaranteed to be the most up to date versions available. 


SUBSCRIPTION PLANS:

Stand Alone poster provides you the most updated labor law poster but does not include any replacement posters for future updates.

Subscription plans includes the initial poster now and a free replacement poster will be sent every time there is a mandatory change for either the state or federal at no cost to you for the duration of the plan. CLICK HERE to purchase a plan instead.


CHOOSE OPTION:
LAMINATED POSTERS
*Laminated on both sides.
NON-LAMINATED POSTERS
*Made with recycled bond paper, non-laminated. 


MI Employment Security Act - Unemployment Compensation (09/16)
MI New Minimum Wage effective January 1st, 2017 (11/16)
MIOSHA (Revised 07/15- Released 09/15)
MI Right to Know SDS Location (07/18)
MI Right to Know SDS (Hazardous Materials) (07/18)
MI Worker's Compensation (10/16) Added
MI Worker's CompensationYour Rights and Responsibilities (10/16) Added
MI Discrimination (03/17)
MI Whistleblowers' Protection Act (04/09)
Emergency Phone Number
Pay Day Notice
(08/16) Federal Employee Polygraph Protection Act
(08/16) Federal Fair Labor Standards Act
(04/16) Federal Family Medical Leave Act
(11/09) Federal Equal Employment Opportunity - Includes GINA
(07/17) USERRA

 Freedom to Work (Private)
-On December 11, 2012, Governor Rick Snyder signed House Bill 4003 and Senate Bill 116 enacting "freedom-to-work" laws in Michigan. The new laws give Michigan workers expanded options when deciding whether or not to join a union.


 Freedom to Work (Public)
-On December 11, 2012, Governor Rick Snyder signed House Bill 4003 and Senate Bill 116 enacting "freedom-to-work" laws in Michigan. The new laws give Michigan workers expanded options when deciding whether or not to join a union.

 No Smoking
-Effective May 1, 2010, Michigan PA 188 of 2009 will prohibit smoking in places of employment in the State of Michigan with the exception of certain businesses such as casinos, cigar bars, home office, etc. "NO SMOKING" signs must be posted the entrance of every building where smoking is prohibited.

 Ann Arbor Living Wage Ordinance
-The Ann Arbor Living Wage Ordinance (Section 1:811-1:821 of Chapter 23 of Title I of the Code) requires that employers providing services to the City or recipients of grants for financial assistance (in amounts greater than $10,000 in a twelve month period of time) pay their employees who are working on the City project or grant, a minimum level of compensation known as the Living Wage. This wage must be paid to the employees for the length of the contract/project.


 E-Verify
-Only Oakland, Macomb, and Ingham counties require public employers to use E-Verify for all new employees. Additionally, country service contractors within Oakland county must use E-Verify.

CLICK HERE to see the complete list of all the additional requirement based on your city, county or industry.

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