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Feb 2006
February 04, 2006

Workplace Posters

This is the time of year when companies receive telephone calls and mailings offering "revised" or "new" workplace posters. If you've received one of these calls, you might be questioning whether your organization needs new posters. Of the many federal and state workplace posters, only two were republished in 2005. Those were the "Michigan Safety and Health Protection on the Job" poster (publication date of January 2005) and the "Your Rights Under USERRA" poster (publication date of December 2005).

Even though a poster wasn't republished in 2005, it still may need to be updated. In the past few years, many agencies in Michigan have changed their names, which has resulted in new posters being published. The Michigan Economic Development Corporation Web site contains links to a number of federal and Michigan Web sites for workplace posters.

Warner Norcross & Judd LLP has also compiled a listing of the various federal and state workplace posters.

If you have any questions about workplace posters, please feel free to contact Karen VanderWerff of our office at 616.752.2183 or contact a member of our Labor and Employment Group.

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