This all-in-one Connecticut Total Labor Law Poster combines mandatory OSHA federal and Connecticut labor law posters. At PosterSolution.com we simplify posting compliance and deliver peace of mind. The Connecticut poster measures 27 x 39 and is laminated.
October 2020 - CT - Minimum Wage
Connecticut has increased the minimum wage to $11.00 per hour effective 1-1-19, $12.00 per hour effective 9-1-20, $13.00 per hour effective 8-1-21, $14.00 per hour effective 7-1-22, $15.00 per hour effective 6-1-23. PosterSolution has incorporated this new change into our posters and updated posters are available now.
October 2017 - CT - Discrimination is Illegal
In the Discrimination is Illegal posting, Connecticut has added "status as a veteran" to the list of protected categories. PosterSolution has incorporated this new change into our posters and updated posters are available now.
October 2017 - CT - Pregnancy Discrimination and Accommodation in the Workplace
Connecticut has added the Pregnancy Discrimination and Accommodation in the workplace posting which contains the new amendment to the Connecticut Fair Employment Practices Act (the "CFEPA"). PosterSolution has incorporated this new posting into our posters and updated posters are available now.
AUGUST 2016 - REQUIRED FEDERAL POSTING UPDATES
The federal government has just released new required updates to two of their labor law postings: The FSLA (federal minimum wage posting) and the EPPA (Polygraph Protection posting). PosterSolution has incorporated these new changes into our posters and updated posters are available now.
|Connecticut Total Labor Law Poster Includes the Following|
|Minimum Wage||Comprehensive summary of Connecticut wage laws, including the current minimum wage. (Form DOL-75, 0024-075-01)||Updated October, 2020
Connecticut has increased the minimum wage to $11.00 per hour effective 1-1-19, $12.00 per hour effective 9-1-20, $13.00 per hour effective 8-1-21, $14.00 per hour effective 7-1-22, $15.00 per hour effective 6-1-23.
|Discrimination is Illegal||Informational notice about Connecticut laws prohibiting certain types of discrimination in Employment, Housing & Public Accommodations, and Credit Transactions.||Updated October, 2017
Connecticut has added "status as a veteran" to the list of protected categories.
|Sexual Harassment is Illegal||Notice summarizing the prohibited practices that qualify as Sexual Harassment, and who to contact if you believe you have been discriminated against. (As defined by The Connecticut Discrimination Employment Practices Act and Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964) (Excerpts from Section 46a-60(a)(8) of the Connecticut General Satutes, and Title 42 United Sates Code Section 2000e et seq.)|
|Electronic Monitoring||Notice to employees (with fillable fields) informing them of the types of Electronic Monitoring used by the employer. In accordance with §31-48d of the Connecticut General Statutes.|
|Unemployment Compensation||Text notice stating requirements/resources regarding posting Unemployment Compensation information. Posting must be procured from CT DOL|
|Managed Care||Informational image notifying workers on how to better understand/access their rights regarding Health Insurance. From the Office of the Healthcare Advocate of the State of Connecticut.|
|Workers' Compensation||Notice to employees with information on Workers’ Compensation policies, with blank fields for the employer to fill in Workers’ Comp Insurance info. Excerpts from Section 31-294b of the Workers’ Compensation Act, and Section 31-279 of C.G.S.|
|Paid Sick Leave||Notice summarizing the standards of Public Act 11-52, which mandates that employers provide Paid Sick Leave to their employees.|
|Pregnancy Discrimination and Accommodation in the Workplace||The Pregnancy Discrimination and Accommodation in the Workplace is an amendment to the Connecticut Fair Employment Practices Act (the “CFEPA”) to strengthen protects for pregnant employees. Connecticut General Statutes §§ 46a-60(a), (b)(7), (d)(1).|
|USERRA-Veterans Benefits Improvement Act of 2004||Summary of the USERRA-protected job rights of individuals who leave employment in order to undertake military service (or certain types of service in the National Disaster Medical System). Includes sections on Reemployment Rights, Right To Be Free From Discrimination And Retaliation, Health Insurance Protection, and Enforcement.|
|Equal Employment Opportunity is the Law||Details on the Federal laws that protect applicants and employees from various bases of discrimination. Excerpts from Executive Order 11246, as amended; Section 503 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended; 38 U.S.C. 4212 of the Vietnam Era Veterans’ Readjustment Assistance Act of 1974, as amended; 41 CFR Chapter 60-l .42; 41 C.F.R 60-250.4(k); 4 1 C.F.R. 60-74 1.5(a)4||Updated November, 2009
The federal government has updated the EEOC posting with the new Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act (GINA) language, and the updated posting has now been incorporated into our posters. Order now and let us help you remain in compliance.
|Federal Minimum Wage||Summary of Employee Rights under the Fair Labor Standards Act, covering the Federal Minimum Wage, Overtime Pay, Child Labor, Tip Credit, Enforcement, and Additional Information. Excerpts from 29 CFR 5 16.4 (Applicable to employers with employees in American Samoa), 29 CFR 697.2||Updated July, 2016
The federal minimum wage posting has a new section outlining the rights of nursing mothers in the workplace.
|Employee Polygraph Notice||Summary of the Employee Polygraph Protection Act, detailing general Prohibitions, Exemptions, Examinee Rights, and Enforcement.||Updated July, 2016
The federal government has released a new required update to the Polygraph Protection Act.
|Federal OSHA "It's the Law"||List of employees’ rights and employers’ obligations regarding Job Safety and Health, as enforced by OSHA.|
|IRS Withholding Notice||Notice to employees (and employers) who may need to update their W-4 forms with the IRS.|
|Family and Medical Leave Act||Description of Employee Rights and Responsibilities under the FMLA. (Required for Employers with 50 or more Employees). Excerpts from 29 CFR 825.300, .402||Updated February, 2013
Changes to the Military Family Leave Entitlements and Eligibility Requirements sections.
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