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Philadelphia City Labor Law Poster

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Philadelphia City Labor Law Poster

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This laminated Philadelphia City Labor Law Poster has recent labor law postings that meet business requirements to protect employers from posting fines and employee disputes. Please post this poster in addition to your existing Pennsylvania state & federal labor law posters.

Product Specifications:

  • Wage Theft
  • Paid Sick Time
  • Domestic Violence Unpaid Leave
  • Discrimination
  • Pregnancy Discrimination
  • Ban the box
  • Poster Size: 15 x 22
  • Front and back sides are laminated
  • Quality printing in full color

 

Do you need all Pennsylvania Labor Law Posters? Order the
All-In-One Pennsylvania Labor Law Poster today in addition to
the Philadelphia Complete City Labor Law Poster.

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The “Philadelphia City Labor Law Poster” includes the five mandated postings on one poster and meets compliance requirements by the city. These posters must be displayed in a conspicuous place for all employees and applicants to see. If your applicant interview room is separate from where your labor law posters are displayed, it is recommended that you display the Philadelphia Complete Poster in each room.

About the Wage Theft Poster
The Philadelphia Wage Theft Complaints Poster contains information about the definition of wage theft along with the details surrounding filing wage theft complaints. Wage theft describes a violation of the Pennsylvania Wage Payment and Collection Law or a violation of any State of Pennsylvania or Federal Law regulating compensation. When it comes to filing wage complaints the process and stipulations are detailed including minimum and maximum threshold amounts, guidelines about the complaint itself, timelines, and proper measures that must be taken. All employers must post this notice which is included in the “Philadelphia Complete Poster.”

About the Philadelphia Pregnancy Discrimination Poster
Philadelphia amended the Philadelphia Fair Practice Ordinance to prohibit discrimination based on pregnancy, childbirth or pregnancy-related medical condition. The amendment also requires employers to provide reasonable accommodation to employees related to pregnancy, childbirth or pregnancy-related medical condition. Philadelphia employers must post a notice at their workplace to inform employees of their rights under this amendment. The “Philadelphia Complete Poster” includes this notice.

About the Philadelphia Domestic Violence Unpaid Leave Poster
Philadelphia employers must provide up to eight weeks of unpaid leave annually to victims of domestic abuse, sexual assault or stalking – this includes employees, an employee family member or an employee’s household member. All employers must post a notice at their workplace informing employees of their rights under this law. The “Philadelphia Complete Poster” includes this notice.

About the Philadelphia Employment Poster
Philadelphia employers cannot discriminate against anyone based on:

  • Race
  • Age
  • Familial Status
  • Ethnicity
  • Religion
  • Domestic/Sexual Violence Vicitm Status
  • Color
  • National Origin
  • Genetic Information
  • Sex
  • Ancestry
  • Retaliaiton
  • Sexual Orientation
  • Disability
 
  • Gender Identity
  • Marital Status
 

The Philadelphia Commission on Human Relations enforces the Philadelphia’s anti-discrimination laws and requires employers to post a notice in a conspicuous place that informs employees and applicants of their rights under this law. The “Philadelphia Complete Poster” includes this notice.

About the Philadelphia Paid Sick Leave Poster
Philadelphia Paid Sick Leave Notice contains information regarding the stipulations of paid sick time. From the accrual process itself, to when sick time is available to use, to the justified reasons to use paid sick time. In addition, it lists the type of employees that are covered by this law and employees that are not covered. The poster also documents how employers must notify employees that they are entitled to sick time, the amount of sick time, and the terms of its legal use. All employers must post the Philadelphia Paid Sick Leave Notice at their workplace. The “Philadelphia Complete Poster” includes this notice.

About the Philadelphia Ban the box Poster
Philadelphia Ban the box Poster details the illegality of asking an applicant on a job application or in an interview if that individual has a criminal history. In addition, the law stipulates that a criminal background check can only be done after a conditional offer of employment is made. 

 

In addition, make sure you also have up to date versions of Pennsylvania Labor Laws.

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