Hospitality Labor Law Posters

The  hospitality industry  is a broad trade that includes lodging, food and drink service, event planning, theme parks, transportation, cruise line, traveling, airline, and much more. The backbone of any business in the hospitality trade relies solely on the workers who help maintain the company’s reputation. Whether you have a 5-star luxury hotel, an extended stay motel, a bed, and breakfast, or a cabin getaway, you are required by law, if you have any employees, to post labor law posters in a conspicuous place — such as a break room. Labor law posters are required for every business that has employees and is broken down by state and federal requirements. Every state requires slightly different types of labor law posters, so you will need to go to your state’s Department of Labor website to discover which posters are required for your hotel.

Required State Labor Law Posters

While each state has different requirements for their labor law posters they all have one in common, the Occupational Safety and Health Act poster (OSHA). This poster informs employees of employer responsibility to provide them with a safe workplace. If your state has an OSHA-approved State Plan, then your OSHA labor law poster may look slightly different from other states’.

Required Federal Labor Law Posters

Every retail store must display the federal labor law posters. These include:

  • Job Safety and Health Protection poster
  • Equal Employment Opportunity poster
  • Notice to Workers with Disabilities Paid at Special Minimum Wages
  • Davis Bacon Act poster
  • Family and Medical Leave Act poster
  • Federal Minimum Wage poster
  • Employee Polygraph Protection Act poster

If you are a retailer that has a contract with the federal government, such as a gift shop or convenience store on a military base, you will need to display posters specific to federal employees. Our  federal contractor poster  is a great solution as it includes all mandatory notices required for posting by an employer who has a contract with the federal government.