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OSHA Job Safety and Health Protection Labor Law
The Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSH ACT), administered by the Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), regulates safety and health conditions in most private industry workplaces (except those in industries, such as transportation and mining, which are regulated under other statutes). In general, the Act covers all employers and their employees in the 50 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and other U.S. territories. Coverage is provided either directly by the federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) or by an OSHA-approved state job safety and health plan. Employees of the U.S. Postal Service also are covered.
Family Medical Leave Act Labor Law
The Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) provides a means for employees to balance their work and family responsibilities by taking unpaid leave for certain reasons. The Act is intended to promote the stability and economic security of families as well as the nation’s interest in preserving the integrity of families.
Employee Polygraph Protection Act Labor Law
The Employee Polygraph Protection Act (EPPA) applies to most private employers. The law does not cover federal, state and local governments. The EPPA prohibits most private employers from using lie detector tests, either for pre-employment screening or during the course of employment.
Fair Labor Standards Act Labor Law (Minimum Wage)
The Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) prescribes minimum wage and overtime pay standards as well as recordkeeping and child labor standards for most private and public employment, including work conducted in the home. The Wage and Hour Division of the Employment Standards Administration (ESA) administers this Act.
Equal Employment Opportunity is the Law
Every employer covered by the non-discrimination and EEO laws is required to post on its premises the poster, "Equal Employment Opportunity is the Law." The notice must be posted prominently, where it can be readily seen by employees and applicants for employment. The notice provides information concerning the laws and procedures for filing complaints of violations of the laws with the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP).
Connecticut Minimum Wage
Informs employees of their Minimum Wage Rates and also their rights under Connecticut's Wage and Hour
Alabama Child Labor
The Alabama Child Labor Law was enacted to protect working minors. The law prohibits youths from working in occupations or places of employment which could be harmful to their health or moral well-being. By regulating the hours during which youths are allowed to work, the law ensures minors sufficient time to take advantage of their educational opportunities.
Alaska Child Labor
Alaska’s child labor laws protect your health and future welfare, and protect you from unsafe activities or exploitation while working.
Connecticut Electronic Monitoring
Pursuant to the requirements of Public Act 98-142, An Act Requiring Notice to Employees of Electronic Monitoring by Employers, state employees should recognize that their work activities and communications may be subject to electronic monitoring.
Hawaii Unemployment Compensation Insurance
Unemployment insurance is a program administered by the Unemployment Insurance Division of the State Department of Labor and Industrial Relations. The purpose of this program is to provide temporary financial assistance to workers who are unemployed through no fault of their own and who meet the requirements of the Hawaii Employment Security Law. Unemployment insurance benefits are paid as a matter of legal entitlement and past employment, and not on the basis of need.
Alaska OSHA - Health and Safety Protection
The Occupational Safety and Health Section enforces state occupational safety and health regulations. This section provides consultative services and training to public and private sector employers and employees. The programs administered include Voluntary Protection Program (VPP); Safety and Health Achievement Recognition Program (SHARP); National Emission Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants (NESHAP); Asbestos Certification Program; Hazardous Paint Program, and the Blaster Certification Program.
Alaska Unemployment Insurance
Alaska’s Employment Security Tax requires employers to pay unemployment insurance taxes. For unemployment insurance tax purposes, an employer is, any person, firm corporation, or other type of organization who hires individuals to perform services for them is an employer. In addition, you are an employer if you have employees and acquire a business, are a non-profit organization, form a joint venture, are a political subdivision, merge or affiliate to create a new entity, or elect coverage of excluded employment.
Alaska Workers' Compensation Insurance
The Alaska Workers' Compensation Act requires each employer having one or more employees in Alaska to obtain workers' compensation insurance, unless the employer has been approved as a self insurer.
Alaska Sexual Harassment
The Alaska State Commission for Human Rights is the state agency which enforces the Alaska Human Rights Law. The Commission consists of seven persons appointed by the Governor and confirmed by the Legislature. The Commission employs a staff and maintains an office in Anchorage. The Commission has statewide powers and accepts complaints from all regions of the state.