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Illinois State Only Poster


Product Description

The Illinois State Only labor law poster combines mandatory Illinois state labor postings into one convenient poster. Combine it with our Federal Only poster to cover all your posting needs. The Illinois poster measures 19 x 27 and is laminated.

Illinois State Only Labor Law Poster Includes the Following
State Postings
Minimum Wage Summary of employee rights under Illinois Employment Laws, posting the current minimum wage and additional wage laws (Unpaid Wages, Equal Pay for Equal Work, Domestic or Sexual Violence Leave, Meal and Rest Periods, and Child Labor. As administered and enforced by the Illinois Department of Labor. (IL452-6/08 50M IISG08-1151)
Workers' Compensation Notice Notice to employees, summarizing employee rights and employer obligations regarding Workers’ Compensation, its benefits, and how to properly file a claim for a workplace injury/illness. Includes blank fields for Workers’ Compensation Insurance provider information, to be filled in by the employer. (ICPN 10/11)
Unemployment Insurance Notice to workers about Unemployment Insurance benefits (and how to claim them) provided under the Illinois Unemployment Insurance Act, as enforced by the Illinois Department of Employment Security. (Stock Number 4427/BEN-57)
Right to Know Act - State OSHA for Public Sector Employees Summary of employee rights and employer obligations regarding workplace hazards and reporting unsafe working conditions, as provided by the Illinois Occupational Safety & Health Act [820 ILCS 219]. (IL45240-10/10 5M IOCI 0000-11)
Day and Temporary Labor Act Required posting for Day and Temporary Labor Service Agencies, summarizing wage regulations protecting employees’ rights under the Day and Temporary Labor Services Act (820 ILCS 175/1 et seq.) (W.O. 120905)
Employee Classification Act Posting for construction contractors only. Notice to individuals performing services for construction contractors, describing the provisions under the Employee Classification Act (820 ILCS 185/1-999) establishing the criteria to determine if an individual performing services for a construction contractor is an employee of that contractor or is an independent contractor. Appears in English, Spanish, and Polish. (1/08 5M IISG08-539)
Smoke-Free Illinois No-Smoking sign, as required by the Smoke-Free Illinois Act 95-0017 and enforced by the Illinois Department of Public Health. (IOCI 12-55)
Pregnancy Rights Summary of employee rights regarding workplace accommodations for pregnancy-related conditions, as regulated by the Illinois Department of Human Rights. (122014-ENG-PREG)

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