Protect your workers and employees with our all-inclusive industry specific labor law posters that are designed to provide a safe, healthy, and fair workplace. The Department of Labor (DOL) along with Local and State Governments have outlined specific posting requirements for each of the following industries:

Industry Specific Labor Law Posters


Federal Contractor Posting Requirements

Any contractor/subcontractor engaged in contracts that are financed in whole or in part from federal funds, federal guarantee, or federal pledge are required to post the following labor law posters: 

  • Davis Bacon Act
  • FLSA (Minimum Wage)
  • Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO)
  • Pay Transparency Non-Discrimination
  • Employee Rights on Government Contracts (SCA, CWHSSA, Walsh-Healy)
  • Notification of Employee Rights Under Federal Labor Laws
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Construction Worker On the Job



When you’re in the construction industry having the right tools and safety procedures is a big deal. OSHA, Federal, and State laws determine what labor law posters you need to be displayed for your employees.

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Health Care Worker

Healthcare Facilities


In addition to the basic federal and state posters, healthcare facilities in many states must display certain employee-facing notices. Most of the mandatory state posters pertain to bio-hazardous materials, radiation areas, an examination of documents and private health information (HIPAA – Notice of Privacy Practices).

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Hospitality Workers



Labor law posters for those in the hotel or other service industries are required to post state and federal notices for their employees. Those in the hospitality sector are required to post the following:

  • Family Medical and Leave Act
  • Employee Polygraph Protection Act
  • Federal Minimum Wage
  • Equal Employment Opportunity
  • Job Safety and Health
  • Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act


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Restaurant Employee

Restaurant Establishments


Depending on the state, restaurant establishments may be required to display special health-related employee-facing notices regarding:

  • Hand washing
  • No smoking (including e-cigarettes)
  • Choking
  • Tips and wages
  • Alcohol and minors.

In New York, for example, restaurants have five more posting requirements beyond the standard federal and state posters.

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The Department of Labor (DOL) requires employers in the ‘Public Sector’ —non-privatized establishments— to post specific notices beyond the standard federal, state and local posting requirements. Employers in this sector must post the following workplace posters: 

  • FLSA and OSHA postings
  • The new Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) poster 
  • E-Verify
  • Right to Know
  • Whistleblower Rights
  • Notices About Electronic Monitoring, Privacy and Smoking

Note: Individual states also have their own public sector posting requirements.

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