Federal Labor Law Poster - Applicant Edition
Minimum Wage (FLSA) (Jul 2016)
- Changes to Enforcement section:
- Outdated civil penalty dollar amounts removed
- New information about Department of Labor’s authority to recover back wages and equal amount in liquidated damages
- DOL may litigate and/or recommend criminal prosecution
- New section about accommodations for nursing mothers
- New information states that employers should avoid incorrectly classifying workers as “independent contractors” when they are actually employees under the FLSA
- Special provisions apply to the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, in addition to American Samoa and the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands
- New Revision Date of 07/16
Polygraph Protection (Jul 2016)
- Outdated civil penalty dollar amounts removed in Enforcement section
- New web address
- New Revision Date of 07/16
OSHA “It’s the Law” (Jul 2016)
- Workers have the right to
- report a work-related injury or illness without being retaliated against
- request copies of the workplace injury and illness log
- It is illegal for employers to retaliate against employees for using any of their rights under the law
- New TTY number added
- Publication Date of 04/15
Federal Applicant Posting Requirements
Mandatory Federal Applicant Labor Law Notices
- Family & Medical Leave Act – FMLA*
- Equal Employment Opportunity – EEO*
- Employee Polygraph Protection*
*Included on Spanish poster
NOTE: Spanish posters may not include all notices published on the English poster and may vary from our standard 18” x 24” size since government agencies do not issue all notices in Spanish.
Other Mandatory Requirements
Employment posters must be posted in a conspicuous location.
Did you know you’re required to display certain federal labor law posters wherever you interview job applicants?
Along with other mandatory notices, Poster Compliance Center’s Federal Labor Law Poster includes the three notices employers must post for job candidates: the Family & Medical Leave Act, Employee Polygraph Protection and Equal Employment Opportunity.
The problem: Most companies display their federal and state labor law posters in areas where employees congregate and where job applicants usually don’t visit, such as company lunchrooms.
The solution: Poster Compliance Center’s Federal Labor Law Poster – Applicant Edition.
This compact 18”w x 12”h interview room poster is comprised of the three mandatory federal postings for potential employees. And at only $9.95 for our laminated or unlaminated eco-friendly Go Green option, the Federal Labor Law Poster – Applicant Edition is an economical solution to this compliance problem.
Please note: The Federal Labor Law Poster – Applicant Edition is sold separately and is not included in our OneSystem 1-Year Compliance Plan or our Federal and State Labor Law Poster Sets. The Federal Labor Law Poster – Applicant Edition does not meet all the federal labor law posting requirements for employers. In order to be compliant, you’ll need our Federal Labor Law Poster.