2014 HR Compliance
2014 California and Federal Employment Poster
You must post a compliant Employment Poster in a conspicuous place in the workplace where all employees and applicants can see it. The poster also must include information about your workers’ compensation benefits, payday schedule and emergency contacts. You may need to order several to ensure that your business, branches and satellite offices are displaying the poster according to the law. Failure to comply can result in severe penalties and fines by the state of California. If any of your company’s workers are Spanish-speaking, you will need to order the Spanish version.
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Mandatory Changes for 2014
Even if you only have one employee in California, your business is required to post current employment notices in a central location and distribute certain pamphlets.
Reflecting required updates for 2014, CalChamber's convenient kit provides a single poster with the 16 state and federal notices every California employer must post, plus 20 copies of each of the five pamphlets employees must receive.
This includes the mandatory change to the DFEH Discrimination and Harassment notice (January 1), plus the $9.00 California Minimum Wage notice and mandatory changes to the Workers' Compensation and Paid Family Leave pamphlets for July 1, 2014.
- Updates to the Discrimination and Harassment notice (Mandatory)
- Updates to the Family & Medical Leave notice (Mandatory)
- Updates to the Safety and Health notice