Michigan Notices (Posting) laws & HR compliance analysis

Michigan Notices (Posting): What you need to know

Michigan requires that employers post several notices in the workplace informing employees of their rights and obligations under various employment laws.
The notices must be placed conspicuously and in enough places to be seen easily by employees as they enter or exit the workplace and, in some cases, where they can be seen by applicants for employment, as well.
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Many of the required posters may be downloaded at http://www.michigan.gov.
Overview. Detailed discussion is provided below on selected, broadly applicable state employment poster and notice requirements.
Please note that additional poster and notice requirements and best practices may apply, particularly in industrial workplaces, healthcare and educational facilities, and other workplaces with unique or specific needs.
Child labor. Employers of minors must post the substantive sections of the Youth Employment Standards Act (MI Comp. Laws Sec. 409.113).
Employment discrimination. Covered employers must post Michigan Law Prohibits Discrimination (prohibiting employment discrimination based on disability) (MI Comp. Laws Sec. 37.1210).
Occupational safety and health. All employers must post notices informing employees of their protections and obligations under the Michigan Occupational Health and Safety Act (MIOSHA). Citations resulting from MIOSHA violations must be posted, as well as any appeal the employer may take (MI Comp. Laws Sec. 408.1033, MIOSHA Administrative Rule 408.21415, 408.22311).
Paid Medical Leave Act. Beginning April 1, 2019, employers with 50 or more employees must allow eligible employees to begin accruing 1 hour of earned sick time for every 35 hours worked, up to 40 hours in a 12-month period. Employers ...

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