EAGAN, MINN. – GovDocs, a leader in employment law compliance management, is committed to environmental sustainability. And that is exemplified through its eco-friendly labor law posters. The biodegradable material is designed to meet the needs of GovDocs’ clients while reducing their environmental impact.
The material used for GovDocs’ labor law posters is 100% biodegradable and begins to break down immediately after being discarded. This is a stark contrast to laminated posters, which can take an estimated 1,500 years to degrade. GovDocs estimates that for an organization with 1,000 locations, using biodegradable posters can keep more than 2,000 pounds of garbage per year out of landfills.
Combined with a streamlined shipping process, the unique poster material from GovDocs reduces annual waste, including:
- 366,590 shipping tubes weighing 685 tons
- 659,501 posters weighing 53 tons
- 733,180 plastic end caps weighing 3.6 tons
These numbers represent a significant reduction of waste sent to landfills each year. In addition to using a unique biodegradable poster material, GovDocs has also implemented a streamlined shipping process that reduces packaging waste and increases delivery performance. By shipping posters in envelopes, GovDocs has significantly reduced the amount of waste sent to landfills each year, making a meaningful contribution to a greener future.
With GovDocs, clients can rest assured that their compliance management needs are being met while also contributing to environmental sustainability.
“We have heard from many clients about their need to increase sustainability and reduce their impact on the environment across their organization, including requests to get help from their partner suppliers,” said Zach Stabenow, founder and CEO of GovDocs. “We are excited to deliver to our customers a labor law poster product that is not only compliant and durable, but also environmentally sustaining.”
GovDocs’ biodegradable labor law posters are also designed to withstand heavy wear and tear, making them perfect for both indoor and outdoor use. The posters are resistant to tearing, water, grease, chemicals and even UV rays, with edges that won’t curl, delaminate or fray over time.
The eco-friendly poster material also features a matte finish, reducing glare and providing a better reading experience, particularly under fluorescent lighting. The three-column layout allows employees to quickly scan individual postings.
GovDocs’ commitment to sustainability is just one of the ways the company is reinventing the way in which organizations remain compliant in the ever-changing employment law landscape. With nearly 20% of the Fortune 500 and 30% of the Fortune 50 as clients, GovDocs is dedicated to simplifying employment law compliance for multi-jurisdiction employers in the U.S. and Canada.
GovDocs is a leader in employment law compliance, helping large, multi-location companies manage the complex world of labor law posters, minimum wage, paid leave and more. The company continues to meet its clients’ needs through a growing suite of innovative products.
With nearly 20% of the Fortune 500 and 30% of the Fortune 50 as clients, GovDocs strives to reinvent the way in which companies remain compliant in the ever-changing employment law landscape.
For employers with fewer than 30 locations, GovDocs offers the GovDocs Poster Store, which simplifies poster compliance across all industries and offers a variety of products to meet labor law compliance needs.
GovDocs simplifies employment law compliance for large, multi-jurisdiction employers in the U.S. and Canada. The GovDocs platform integrates three solutions in one convenient place to help businesses master the employment laws impacting their operations. Whether managing postings, minimum wage, or paid leave programs, GovDocs’ products save time, provide proactive insights into employment law changes and reduce the risk of noncompliance. For more information, visit govdocs.com.
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