Employers are required by state and federal law to post at their workplaces certain information concerning the rights of employees. The required posters, including federal posters, are available free of charge from New Mexico state agencies; or you can print them yourself from online files, using ordinary office printers and standard size paper. https://www.dws.state.nm.us/en-us/Businesses/Rules-and-Regulations/State-and-Federal-Posters
In light of recent regulations prohibiting restaurants from offering public dining, we have expanded the list of covered employees to now include those duties of food order delivery into the Restaurant Class Codes. This is a temporary exception to the standard rule, which would normally include those employees under the Drivers Class Code. Of course, […]
This year, the FISIF Board of Trustees voted to release $900,000 in Surplus Funds Distribution back to its Members. The funds distributed resulted from a surplus of funds (excess of premiums over expenses) from Fund Years 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2013. In order to have shared in the distribution from any […]
There’s still time to “Take 3 in 30!” Management leadership is a core element of a workplace safety and health program. Accelerate your program and show your commitment in your workplace. Take 3 in 30! Here’s how you do it: Take 3 actions in 30 days There are lots of ways to accelerate your program! […]
Hiring Teenagers for Summer Jobs OSHA has resources to help young workers know their rights and stay safe on the job within Retail, Food Service, Clerical, Outdoor Work, Construction, Industry and Agriculture.
This year, the FISIF Board of Trustees voted to release $750,000 in Surplus Funds Distribution back to its Members. The funds distributed resulted from a surplus of funds (excess of premiums over expenses) from Fund Years 2007, 2008, 2011, 2012 and 2013. In order to have shared in the distribution from any of these years, […]