Employers with more than 10 employees that have not been exempted based on a low hazard level, must post Form 300A, the Summary of Work-Related Injuries and Illnesses, in a workplace common area annually from Feb. 1 to April 30.
The 300A summary must be posted at each job site in a conspicuous area where notices to employees are customarily placed. Form 300A reports an employer’s total number of deaths, missed workdays, job transfers or restrictions, and injuries and illnesses as recorded on Form 300. It also includes the number of workers and the hours they worked for the year. Please refer to the direct link on the DOL here-http://www.osha.gov/recordkeeping/RKforms.html
Are you prepared with commission agreements for your employees?
Did you know that some employment agreements are now illegal?
Are you asking applicants for social media passwords?
Do you allow non-employees to view personnel files?
Don’t miss this dynamic speaker who is back by popular demand and will share information about these topics and more. Stephen Hirschfeld Esq will:
*make the learning fun by sharing memorable court cases from 2012;
*give us important tools to keep out of trouble; and
*will make recommendations for policies that work.
Stephen Hirschfeld is a founding partner and co-manager with the law firm of Hirschfeld Kraemer LLP, in San Francisco, CA. He is also the Chief Executive Officer of the Employment Law Alliance (ELA), the world’s largest network of labor and employment lawyers.
Here is the October 2012 Legislative Update per Bruce Matlock, Attornery at Law.