Posters and Notices

All Items: Employee Benefits

  • Louisiana Availability of Unemployment Compensation Notice

    As mandated by the Louisiana Workforce Commission, employers must provide employees notice of the availability of unemployment compensation upon separation from employment.

  • Colorado Employee/Employer Separation Form

    As mandated by the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment, employers must give notice of the availability of unemployment insurance to every employee upon separation.

  • New York Veteran Benefits and Services Poster (AB 3913)

    As mandated by the New York Department of Labor and Employment, employers with more than 50 full-time equivalent employess must post this notice in a prominent location in the workplace and ensure that it is available digitally.

  • Nevada AB 307 Required Poster

    As mandated by the Nevada Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation, covered employers must post the Nevada AB 307 Required Poster.

  • Connecticut Continuation Coverage General Notice

    As mandated by the Connecticut Insurance Department, all Connecticut employers should use the Connecticut Continuation Coverage General Notice.

  • Connecticut Continuation Coverage Election Notice

    As mandated by the Connecticut Insurance Department, covered employers should use the Connecticut Continuation Coverage Election Notice.

  • New York Workers' Compensation Notice Poster

    As mandated by the New York Workers' Compensation Board, all New York employers must post the New York Workers' Compensation Notice Poster.

  • Arizona Sample Notice of Continuation Coverage (Mini-COBRA)

    As mandated by the Arizona Department of Insurance, a covered employer must notify an enrollee in writing of the enrollee's qualifying event and rights regarding continuation coverage within 30 days after a qualifying event.

  • Alaska Separation Notice to Employees

    As mandated by the Alaska Department of Labor and Workforce Development's Division of Employment and Training Services, all employers are required to provide this Alaska Separation Notice to Employees.

  • Qualified Small Employer HRA Model Notice

    Under the 21st Century Cures Act, a small employer that has fewer than 50 full-time employees (including full-time equivalent employees) and that does not offer group health insurance to its active employees may provide stand-alone qualified small employer health reimbursement arrangements (QSEHRAs). An employer may use this model notice to fulfill the annual notice requirement.

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