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Includes all mandatory notices required in the workplace.
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Below you’ll find a brief description of each Texas Labor Law required and recommended postings to be displayed in the workplace.
Employment Protections Texas Law
Provides that employers with 15 or more employees cannot discriminate based on disability in hiring, firing, training, or matters regarding compensation or the terms, conditions, or privileges of employment.
Provides that employment agencies may not discriminate in employment referral based on disability.
Provides that labor unions may not exclude, expel or otherwise discriminate based on disability. Prohibits retaliation by employers, employment agencies, or labor unions based on the opposition of discriminatory practices or the filing of a disability discrimination complaint. More
Texas Payment Notice
Texas law mandates that employers pay their employees on a semi-monthly basis, and that each payment
be roughly equal in the number of days being paid for. The only exception to this rule is employees who are
exempt from the overtime pay provisions of the Fair Labor Standards Act; these employees must be paid at
least once a month.
The official labor law poster includes areas for employers to write down and display in the workplace
paydays, so that employees can be aware of when their wages are to be distributed to them.
Ombudsman Program (Office of Injured Employee Counsel Adopted Rule 276.5)
All employers participating in the workers compensation system must post notice of the OIEC Ombudsman Program. This notice must be posted in the personnel office, if the employer has a personnel office, and in the workplace where each employee is likely to see the notice on a regular basis. This notice is required by OIEC rule at 28 TAC §276.5.
The Office of Injured Employee Counsel (OIEC) employs Ombudsman to help resolve disputes between
employees and their employer’s insurance carrier. These Ombudsman are specially trained officials who
offer their free assistance with an employee’s dispute.
On the poster itself, a number is kept updated and current to give employees one option to reach the OIEC.
Workers Compensation (Texas Labor Code 406.005(c))
Workers’ Compensation comes into two forms in Texas. Employers who are not covered by workers’ compensation insurance must post certain posters or notices to notify their employees that they are not covered. Employers who are covered, however, must display forms and notices that are mainly composed of instructions on how to deal and benefit from the insurance.
A full list of the required posters needed by covered employers can be found here
The Texas Whistleblower Act
The Texas Whistleblower Act protects public employees who make good faith reports of violations of law by their employer to an appropriate law enforcement authority. An employer may not suspend or terminate the employment of, or take other adverse personnel action against, a publicemployee who makes a report under the Act. MORE
Unemployment Insurance Law - Eligibility Issues
The unemployment compensation or unemployment insurance statutes enacted by all 50 states must meet federal guidelines; for that reason, unemployment insurance (UI) systems around the country are very similar. Generally, anyone who is no longer performing personal services for compensation may file a UI claim and try to draw benefits, but must meet various requirements, including monetary eligibility, continuing eligibility, and qualification requirements. These requirements for Texas claimants are found in the Texas Unemployment Compensation Act (TUCA - Texas Labor Code Sections 201.001 et seq.).