The Family and Medical Leave Act notice has been revised to reflect the changes caused by the recently approved rule. The definition of "Veteran" has been revised to include both those who serve and those discharged in the past 5 years (previously it was only those who served). The explicit definition of "Serious Injury or Illness" was removed as well, replaced by a notice that there are differences between the definition of "Serious Injury or Illness" for a service member or veteran, and "Serious Health Condition" under the FMLA. Effective Date: March 8, 2013.
Federal Update: D.C. Circuit Blocks Implementation of April 30 NLRB Posting Requirement
The ongoing saga of delays and extensions of the National Labor Relations Board's (NLRB) notice posting rule continues, this time with an injunction.
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit has granted a request to halt the implementation of a rule that would require all employers subject to the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA) to post notices informing employees of their rights under the NLRA. A new deadline has not been released as of yet.
The Illinois Unemployment Insurance poster has been updated to clarify that when calculating a claimant’s benefit amount, the worker’s average weekly wage is computed by dividing the wages paid during the two highest quarters of the base period by 26, not by 25. This is a mandatory change. Effective Date: October 2012
The Illinois Unemployment Insurance poster has been updated to reflect a web address change when filing claims online, and a phone number change to locate the nearest Illinois Department of Employment Security office. The poster has a new revision date of 08/2012. This is a mandatory change.
The Illinois Workers' Compensation poster has been updated to reflect that if an employer notifies an employee that it has an approved Preferred Provider Program (PPP) for workers' compensation medical assistance, the PPP counts as one of the two choices of medical providers.
The Illinois Minimum Wage poster was updated to reflect an increase in the state minimum wage. The state minimum will increase to $8.00 an hour effective July 1, 2009 and $8.25 an hour effective July 1, 2010. The poster was also renamed and reformatted and now includes the Equal Pay Act and the Victims' Economic Security and Safety Act posters which used to be separate posters. The poster was also updated with additional information on child labor and unpaid wages. This is a mandatory change.
The EEOC revisions to the "Equal Employment Opportunity is the Law" poster are effective November 21, 2009, requiring changes to your federal workplace posters.
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