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Pennsylvania State Only Poster


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

Pennsylvania State Only Labor Law Poster Includes the Following
State Postings
Minimum Wage Law and Fact Sheet Summary of important wage/hour laws under the Minimum Wage Act. Posts the current Minimum Wage. (LLC-1)
Abstract of Equal Pay Law Abstract of the Equal Pay Law, protecting workers from the prohibited discriminatory practice of paying different sexes unequal wages for equal work. (LLC-8)
Workers' Compensation Insurance Notice to employees providing Workers’ Compensation Insurance carrier information (to be filled in by the employer), compliant with Section 1102 of the Pennsylvania Workers’ Compensation Act, 77 P.S. §1039.2. (LIBC-500)
Unemployment Insurance Notice with important information on Unemployment Insurance for unemployed workers, primarily on qualifications and proper procedures for claiming benefits, as provided under Section 801 of the UC Law, 43 P.S. §871. (UC-700)
Employment Provisions of the PA Human Relations Act Summary of provisions under the Pennsylvania Human Relations Act, listing prohibited discriminatory practices in employment and who to contact should discrimination occur. (Act of October 27, 1955, P.L. 744, as amended)
Abstract of the Child Labor Law (Only Required when Minors Employed) Summary of wage/hour/condition regulations protecting the rights of workers under the age of 18, as provided under Child Labor Law. Only required when minors employed. (LLC-5)
Hours of Work for Minor (Only Required when Minors Employed) Form to post hours of work for employees under the age of 18, so as to ensure minors don’t exceed the maximum working hours regulated under Child Labor Law. Only required when minors employed. (LLC-17)
Public Accommodation Provisions of HRA Summary of prohibited discriminatory practices in areas of public accommodation, with info on whom to contact should discrimination occur. Required for public accommodation facilities such as restaurants, theaters, schools, doctor’s offices, etc. (Pennsylvania Human Relations Act of October 27, 1955, P.L. 744, as amended)
Clean Indoor Air Act No Smoking sign, required in all but exempted areas (bars, casinos, tobacco shops, some restaurants).

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