Labor Law Requirements
- Equal Pay for Equal Work Act
- Unemployment Insurance
- Workers' Compensation Bill of Rights
- Workers’ Compensation Conformed Panel
- Workers’ Compensation Managed Care Organizations (MCO)*
* Only required for MCOs but is included in our All-In-One poster.
- E-Verify / Right to Work *
- Georgia Human Trafficking
- Georgia No Smoking
* Official versions of this poster are available from the USCIS
site or avaiable as a free download from our Specialty
- Equal Employment Opportunity
- Family and Medical Leave
- Federal Minimum Wage
- Polygraph Protection Test
- Workers' Compensation - July 2015
- Georgia has revised their Workers' Compensation Bill of Rights. Previously, weekly benefits for catastrophic cases (amputations, paralysis, etc) were capped at $525 and non-catastrophic at $350. Now Catastrophic cases are capped at $550 and non-catastrophic at $367.
- Georgia Human Trafficking - September 2013
- Georgia recently released a new notice regarding Human Trafficking that is required for certain businesses. Businesses who must post the notice include: Adult entertainment establishments; Bars; Primary airports; Passenger rail or light rail stations; Bus stations; Truck stops; Emergency rooms within general acute care hospitals; Urgent care centers; Farm labor contractors and day haulers; Privately operated job recruitment centers; Safety rest areas located along interstate highways; Hotels; and Businesses and establishments that offer massage or bodywork services by a person who is not a massage therapist.
The notice must be posted in English and Spanish, as well as any other language which the director of the Georgia Bureau of Investigation deems appropriate. It must be posted in each public restroom and either in a conspicuous location near the entrance, or another place clearly visible to the public and employees.
- Unemployment Insurance - April 2013
- The state of Georgia has revised their UI notice. Among the changes are the clarification that the loss of employment must be through no fault of the benefit seeker and the addition of the requirement that those seeking UI benefits report their weekly work search contacts. Additional NS changes, such as noting that benefit claims may be made online were also made.