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Pennsylvania Free Printable Labor Law Posters Posters Pennsylvania Form No. LLC-8 (Rev 2-07) Abstract of Equal Pay Law Poster Required

 Form No. LLC-8 (Rev 2-07) Abstract of Equal Pay Law PDF

The Form No. LLC-8 (Rev 2-07) Abstract of Equal Pay Law is a labor law posters poster by the Pennsylvania Department Of Labor & Industry. This is a mandatory posting for all employers in Pennsylvania, and businesses who fail to comply may be subject to fines or sanctions.

This poster must be posted in a conspicuous place where all employees can see it. This poster describes what sex discrimination is and the penalties that employers face if discriminating against an employee on the basis of sex by paying either sex more or less money for the same work under the same conditions. This poster also describes how discriminated employees can collect unpaid wages if they were discriminated against.


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Department of Labor & Industry Bureau of Labor Law Compliance	
 	
Abstract of the Equal Pay Law	
 	
Must be Posted in a Conspicuous Place in Every Pennsylvania Business	 	
Governed by the Equal Pay Law	
LLC-8  REV 2-07	
Discrimination on Basis of Sex 
Prohibited:
Prohibits discrimination by any employer 
in any place of employment between 
employees on the basis of sex, by paying 
wages to any employee at a rate less than 
the rate paid to employees of the opposite 
sex for work under	 equal 	conditions on 	
jobs which require 	equal	 skills. Provides 	
that variation in payment of wages is not 
prohibited when based on a seniority, 
training or merit increase system that does 
not discriminate on the basis of sex.
Administration:
Empowers the Secretary of Labor & 
Industry to administer the provisions of the 
act, and to issue rules and regulations to make 
effective the provisions of the act.
Collection of Unpaid Wages in Case of	 	
Discrimination:
Provides for the collection of unpaid 
wages due under the act and in addition, 
an equal amount of liquidated damages 
and reasonable attorney's fee and costs. 
Authorizes the Secretary of Labor & 
Industry and upon an employee's request, 
to take assignment of such a wage claim for 	
collection. Limits the period for such action 
to 	two	 years from the date upon which the 	
violation occurs.
Records Required:
Requires employer to keep and maintain 
records of wages, wage rates, job 
classifications and other terms and 
conditions of employment of the persons 
employed, as the Secretary of Labor & 
Industry shall prescribe. Requires that 
employers post an abstract of the law.
Penalties:
Provides for a fine of not less than $50 nor 
more than $200, or imprisonment of not less 
than 30 days nor more than 60 days, for: 
(1) employer who wilfully and knowingly 
violates provisions of the act, or discharges 
or otherwise discriminates against an 
employee who makes a complaint, institutes, 
or testifies at, proceedings under the act; 
and (2) employer who fails to keep required 
records, falsifies such records, hinders, 
delays, or otherwise interferes with the 
Secretary or his authorized representative 
in the performance of his duties in the 
enforcement of the act. Each day a violation 
continues shall constitute a separate offense.	
More Information is Available Online	
Additional information about the Equal Pay Law is available online at: w\
ww.state.pa.us, PA Key	-	
word: labor & industry.  Click on “Labor Law Compliance” under Quick Links.	
Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals wi\
th disabilities. 	Equal Opportunity Employer/Program

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