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2016 Roundup of Labor Law Poster Changes: What Does It Mean for Your Business?

Labor law posting changes are triggered by certain legal trends, and 2016 was a particularly action-packed year with three federal posting changes. Depending on your state, you may now be required to post up to 21 labor law notices — even more if you’re a federal contractor or operate in certain cities.

This insightful webinar will summarize the mandatory posting changes for 2016 and what they mean for your business. We’ll also explore the legal trends impacting posting compliance, including state minimum wage increases, expanded sick pay laws, new city/county posting ordinances and executive orders affecting federal contractor postings. Plus, you'll discover how to manage posting with remote workers and mobile service units, another trend that gained momentum this year.

Shanna Wall, Esq.
Presented by: Shanna Wall, Esq.,
Compliance Attorney
Attend this free, expert-led webinar to learn best practices for establishing a legally sound independent contractor relationship from day one. You’ll also receive helpful guidance on how to manage contractors day to day without stepping over the “employee” line.
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