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90-Day Return Policy

Should you find that you need to return your order to us, we have in place a 90 day return policy. Please return the product(s) to us in good, undamaged condition, and fit for resale. The credit card used to make the original purchase will be credited for the return. We will refund the cost of the product(s) 100% (excluding shipping and handling fees). The customer is responsible for the cost of shipping the return.

Refunds

We carry out a refund on your order within four weeks of receiving your package back to us. In most cases you will receive a refund much sooner, but we estimate four weeks because of the time required for return shipping (up to 14 days), and for your bank or credit card company to complete the refund. We will notify you via email with the details of your refund, and issue your refund in the form of payment used to make your purchase.

District of Columbia All-in-One Poster + 2 Year E-Update Service

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    The E-Update Service will automatically renew 24 months from the date of purchase. Once renewed a new set of up-to-date labor law posters will be shipped
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District of Columbia All-in-One Poster + 2 Year E-Update Service

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Employers are required to display the updated Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) and Employee Polygraph Protection Act Notices in the workplace. Both updated notices became effective August 1st, 2016 (learn more).



State and Federal law requires that employers post mandatory labor law postings as part of an obligation to their workforce. Keeping up with the many changes in posting requirements can be a nightmare of a task. In the last year alone, most States have experienced changes in their mandatory posting requirements. For many States this has meant multiple changes at different times of the year. Failure to post these up-to-date postings can result in severe fines and penalties for the employer that can run into the tens of thousands of dollars. The E-Update Service takes the worry out of compliance!




  • Take away the worry, time and expense out of keeping up with changes in State and Federal posting requirements

  • Automatic updates give you worry-free compliance. We do the work so you can get on with running your business

  • Protect your business from costly fines and lawsuits by always being up to date with your postings



How does it work?




Included with the 2-Year E-Update Service



  • Receive an All-in-One State & Federal Labor Law Poster

  • When a change occurs, you will receive via email, a PDF copy of the revised posting to download, print and display

  • Updates include changes to both State and Federal labor law notices

  • All postings are provided at a size and color, which when printed, adhere to strict government requirements for layout, font, etc

  • Your business will be protected under our $25,000 Fine Reimbursement Guarantee. Any government imposed fines resulting from improper posting content will be covered up to $25,000.

  • To make continued compliance easy, your E-Update Service will automatically renew every year. On the anniversary of your subscription we will ship an up-to-date All-in-One State & Federal Labor Law Poster




Keeping you compliant with our QR Code Solution


Learn how our Labor Law Posters are equipped with a QR Code designed to keep your business up-to-date and posting compliant.




DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA STATE LABOR LAW POSTINGS



  • Equal Employment Opportunity

  • Minimum Wage

  • Unemployment Compensation Act

  • Workers' Compensation

  • Emergency Phone Numbers

  • Payday Notice

  • Accrued Sick and Safe Leave Act

  • Parental Family Leave Act

  • Family Medical Leave Act - Updated April 2016

  • The Right to Breastfeed Govt. & Private

  • Equality in Education

  • Child Labor Law


Federal Labor Law Postings



  • Federal Minimum Wage - Updated August 1st, 2016

  • Employee Polygraph Notice - Updated August 1st, 2016

  • Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSHA)

  • Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA)

  • Equal Employment Opportunity is the Law Posting (EEOC)

  • USERRA - Your Rights Under USERRA



District of Columbia Mandatory Posting Updates



  • 10/2016 - Minimum Wage - The District of Columbia Department of Employment Services Office of Wage and Hour has updated the Minimum Wage notice. Minimum Wage rates beginning from July 1, 2016 to July 1, 2020 are now listed. Beginning in 2021, the minimum wage will increase during each successive year pursuant to the Consumer Price Index. Additionally, content regarding the Wage Theft Prevention Act removing adult learners as minimum wage exceptions has been added. Lastly, newly hired persons 18 years of age or older must be paid the established District of Columbia minimum wage immediately upon hire.

  • 03/2016 - DC Family and Medical Leave Act - The District of Columbia Office of Human Rights updated the DC Family and Medical Leave Act notice. Information pertaining to an employee's medical leave eligibility based on his her her inability to work for a specific duration (total of 32 weeks during a 24-month period) has been removed.


  • 02/2016 - Minimum Wage - The District of Columbia Department of Employment Services, Office of Wage and Hour updated the Minimum Wage notice. Adult learners have been removed from the minimum wage exception pursuant to the Wage Theft Prevention Amendment Act of 2014, which went into effect on February 26, 2015. Newly hired persons 20 years of age or older must be paid the established District of Columbia minimum wage immediately upon hire. Direct care workers have been removed from the overtime exception pursuant to the United States Department of Labor's Home Carer Rule, which went into effect on November 12, 2015. Accrual of sick and safe leave has also been revised to not exceed five (5) days per calendar year for employees who are employed in a business with 25 to 99 employees, and not to exceed three (3) days per calendar year for employees who are employed in a business with less than 25 employees.

  • 02/2016 - Accrued Sick and Safe Leave - The District of Columbia Office of Wage and Hour updated the Accrued Sick and Safe Leave Act of 2008 notice. The updated notice provides that employees of bars, staffing firms, temporary and part-time employees are covered under the Accrued Sick and Safe Leave Act of 2008.

  • 05/2015 - Protecting Pregnant Workers Fairness Act - The Office of Human Rights for The District of Columbia has release a new posting regarding the Protecting of Pregnant Workers Fairness Act. It requires District of Columbia employers to provide reasonable workplace accommodations for employees whose ability to perform job duties is limited because of pregnancy, childbirth, breastfeeding, or a related medical condition. Individuals who believe they were denied a reasonable accommodation or treated unfairly in violation of PPW can file a complaint with the DC Office of Human Rights (OHR). If a violation is found, employers may be required to provide monetary or other relief to the employee. All District employers must post and maintain a PPW workplace poster in a conspicuous place, and provide an employee notice of the law within 10 days of an employee notifying them of their pregnancy or other condition addressed in the Act.

  • 02/2015 - Wage Theft - The District of Columbia’s Wage Theft Prevention Amendment Act of 2014 (the “Act”) became effective February 26, 2015. The Act makes broad changes to DC’s wage and hour laws, which include the Minimum Wage Act Revision Act, the Living Wage Act, the Wage Payment and Wage Collection Law, and the Accrued Sick and Safe Leave Act.

  • 02/2015 - Parental Leave Act - The District of Columbia, Office of Human Rights, updated the Parental Leave Act poster with a new layout. The definition of a parent or guardian has also been extended to include a person who has legal custody of a child.

  • 02/2015 - Equal Employment Opportunity - The District of Columbia, Office of Human Rights, updated the Equal Employment Opportunity poster with a new layout and substantial verbiage changes.

  • 07/2014 - Minimum Wage - The District of Columbia Department of Employment Services, Office of Wage and Hour has updated their Minimum Wage Poster to reflect the minimum wage increase to $9.50 per hour effective 7/1/14, to $10.50 per hour effective 7/1/15, and to $11.50 effective 7/1/16. Additionally, the overtime exception for employees of a car wash has been removed, and a section regarding overtime pay for employees working over 40 hours per week has been added. Sections of the posting regarding the Enhanced Professional Security Amendment Act of 2006 and the Living Wage Act of 2006 have been altered significantly.





District of Columbia Non-Mandatory Posting Updates



  • - Minimum Wage - The DC Department of Employment Services has updated the Minimum Wage notice. The office that enforces Minimum Wage compliance has changed its name to the Office of Labor Law and Enforcement.

  • 01/2017 - Accrued Sick and Safe Leave Act of 2008 - The DC Department of Employment Services has updated the Accrued Sick and Safe Leave Act of 2008 notice. The office that enforces Accrued Sick and Safe Leave has changed its name to the Office of Labor Law and Enforcement.


  • 04/2015 - Right to Breastfeed - The District of Columbia's Right to Breastfeed Poster has been updated in the section regarding that break-time for the expression of milk which may run concurrently with any break-time, paid or unpaid, already provided to the "employee."

  • 02/2015 - Unemployment Compensation - The District of Columbia, Department of Employment Services updated the Unemployment Compensation poster with additional job center locations. New logos where also added as well as an updated revision date.

  • 03/2014 - Workers' Compensation - The District of Columbia Government Department of Employment Services, Office of Workers' Compensation has updated their Workers' Compensation Notice of Compliance to reflect a new address for their office.



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Lamination Laminated Poster
Poster Size 24" x 40"
Language English

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Most products ship within 24 hours. In some cases we may be shipping to you directly from the manufacturer. Drop shipped orders usually ship within 7 days. For further information on our delivery times, please call toll-free 1-888-369-9013 Mon-Fri 7:00am - 5:00pm Pacific time.

Returns

Should you find that you need to return your order to us, we have in place a 90 day return policy. Please return the product(s) to us in good, undamaged condition, and fit for resale. The credit card used to make the original purchase will be credited for the return. We will refund the cost of the product(s) 100% (excluding shipping and handling fees) . The customer is responsible for the cost of shipping the return.

Certain items are excluded from our return policy. They include:

  • Written Safety Plans. These products are customized to your business, and therefore cannot be returned or refunded.
  • Opened or partially used first aid supplies.

Refunds

We carry out a refund on your order within four weeks of receiving your package back to us. In most cases you will receive a refund much sooner, but we estimate four weeks because of the time required for return shipping (up to 14 days), and for your bank or credit card company to complete the refund. In the event your return request is made beyond 30 days of the purchase date, we will issue a refund via check. We will notify you via email with the details of your refund, and issue your refund in the form of payment used to make your purchase.

Returns FAQ

    • Do I have to pay a restocking fee?
      We do not charge a restocking fee for our items.
    • Who pays for the return shipping costs?
      In the event that you need to return an item due to defect or damage, we will pay for the shipping of that item(s). If an item is returned due to reasons such as 'I changed my mind' or 'I no longer need the item' or 'someone in our office ordered the wrong item' return shipping costs are the responsibility of the customer.
    • Who do I call if I have a question about Returns?
      All questions relating to returns and refunds should be directed to our Customer Service Hotline. Call toll-free 1-888-369-9013 Monday - Friday, 7:00am through 5:00pm Pacific Time.