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While there are many industries that must display additional postings beyond the more well-known federal and state posters, the four key ones are Federal Contractors, Healthcare Facilities, Restaurant Establishments and Public Sector.

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Federal Contractor

Not sure if you’re a federal contractor? If any of the following factors apply to your business, you’re most likely a federal contractor.

  • Provide goods or services to the federal government
  • Work on federally financed construction projects
  • Required to use E-Verify to verify employment eligibility with new hires
  • Received federal funds under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (2009)

Posting requirements for federal contractors typically pertain to construction, banking, telecommunications, transportation and educational industries. Since 2015, there have been eleven posting changes. Stay up to date with federal, state, local and federal contractor postings with Poster Guard® Compliance Protection for Federal Contractors.


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).

Nine states have had healthcare posting updates since 2015. Keep current with federal, state, local and required healthcare postings with Poster Guard® Compliance Protection for Healthcare Facilities.



Health Care Industry Nurse and Doctor



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

If your hotel has a contract with a federal agency, such as a hotel that provides rooms for potential servicemen and women who are attending mandatory testing before joining the military, you will be required to post special labor law posters. In these cases, your employees are technically considered federal contractors, and so they must be aware of their rights and responsibilities within this role.



The retail industry is a sector of the economy that is comprised of individuals and companies engaged in the selling of finished products to end-user consumers. Multi-store retail chains are subject to labor law posting requirements.

An estimated two-thirds of the U.S. gross domestic product (GDP) comes from retail consumption. Therefore, store closings and openings are used an indicator of how well the U.S. economy is doing overall. In 2016, a significant number of store closings and bankruptcies are an indication of both shifting consumer preferences, and an unsteady economy.


Retail Establishment

Restaurant Front

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

Stay up to date with federal, state, local and state-specific restaurant posting requirements with Poster Compliance Center’s Restaurants Bundle.