Federal Labor Law Posters

With 25+ years in the industry, we are the trusted provider of federal labor law products. You’ll see below that we offer multiple federal compliance options to serve your needs and preferences—and ensure your company is in compliance.

You can look to us to carefully research and stay current with all federal and state labor laws. You can also expect from us accurate and up-to-date notices that include minimum wage and other federal employment posters.

Federal Employment Posters

All of our federal labor law products shown below reflect the exact text, font size, notice size, color, and content that meet federal labor law requirements. And, all are designed to provide you with a high-quality end product, whether you select laminated compliance posters or unlaminated, eco-friendly Go Green posters.

Browse our FAQs at the bottom of this page if you have questions about what to post, how to handle updates, or other compliance topics. Click here for helpful purchasing tips.

Feel free to call us directly if you have additional questions at 800-322-3636 (6 AM to 5 PM Pacific, Monday through Friday).

If you're a business owner, you could be at risk for severe fines and penalties if you're not prominently displaying labor law posters where workers can see them, as required by the U.S. Department of Labor. Although all businesses are required to display certain federal notices—and specific state labor law notices as well—some businesses are exempt from posting particular notices.

Poster Compliance Center’s Federal Labor Law Poster offers businesses a complete package in terms of mandatory federal law labor notices. With all required notices in one place—and one simple purchase—maintaining compliance with federal regulations is much easier.

Notices on the Federal Labor Law Poster

Federal Labor Law Notice

Governing Agency

Who Must Post

What You Need to Know

Equal Employment Opportunity is the Law (EEO)

Equal Employment Opportunity Commission

Employers with at least 15 employees

Summarizes anti-discrimination laws

Job Safety & Health Protection (OSHA)

Occupational Safety & Health Administration

All employers covered by the OSH Act

Employers subject to state OSHA plans must also post state notice

Outlines employees’ right to a safe workplace & employers’ obligation to comply


Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act (USERRA)

U.S. Department of Labor

All employers, regardless of size

Protects employment, benefits, and rights of employees in the uniformed services

Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA)

U.S. Department of Labor’s Wage and Hour Division

Any private, federal, state, and local government employer with at least one paid employee

Establishes fair minimum wages

Governs overtime pay

Sets forth requirements for full-time and part-time employees, and working minors under 18

Employee Polygraph Protection Act (EPPA)

U.S. Department of Labor’s Wage and Hour Division

Most private employers

Prohibits most private employers from using lie detector tests

Family & Medical Leave Act (FMLA)

U.S. Department of Labor’s Wage and Hour Division

All public agencies (state, federal, and local) and public and private schools

Private employers who employ 50 or more employees for at least 20 workweeks during the current or previous year

Guarantees covered employees up to 12 workweeks of unpaid, job-protected leave

 

Why Choose Poster Compliance Center for Your Labor Law Poster Needs?

  • Consider our OneSystem 1-Year Compliance Plan if you're looking for the most hassle-free way to stay in compliance with both federal and state labor law posting requirements. It provides 12 months of FREE mandatory poster updates. Plus, it comes with our $25,000 Poster Violation Warranty. You can order the OneSystem as separate state and federal posters, or a convenient All-on-One Poster.
  • We offer a Federal and State Labor Law Poster Set, which allows you to complete your compliance needs with one affordable purchase if you are also in need of a state poster. Poster Sets can be ordered as two separate posters or as an All-on-One Poster. (Poster Sets do not include any poster updates if notices change.)
  • If your city/county has its own labor law posting requirements, take advantage of our exclusive City/County 1-Year Plan, which offers mandatory posting notices on a single poster, plus FREE mandatory updates for 12 months!
  • Our posters are available in two formats: laminated or unlaminated Go Green—which is an eco-friendly, recyclable option, for no additional cost.
  • We offer compliance poster frames that keep your displays looking clean and professional all year long.
  • Posters can be ordered in Spanish when available.

Federal Contractor Poster

If you are federal contractor or subcontractor, you are required to display contractor-specific labor notices (in addition to the State and Federal Labor Law Posters) at each worksite. Our Federal Contractor Poster includes the most common labor law notices required for federal contractors:

  • Notice of Employee Rights Under the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA)
  • Notice to Employees Working on Government Contracts (SCA/Walsh-Healey)
  • Notice to All Employees Working on Federal or Federally Financed Construction Projects (Davis-Bacon)
  • Pay Transparency Nondiscrimination Provision
  • Worker Rights Under Executive Order 13706: Paid Sick Leave for Federal Contractors – effective 1/1/2017
  • Worker Rights Under Executive Order 13658: Federal Minimum Wage for Contractors – $10.35 per hour effective 1/1/2018. Tipped wage – $7.25 per hour.

Federal Labor Law Poster – Applicant Edition

Are you aware that if you are conducting interviews in an area where certain labor law posters are not visible, you are breaking the law? The U.S. Department of Labor requires that three mandatory federal notices—EPPA, FMLA, and EEO—are visible to job applicants during the interview process. Many companies, however, display their labor law posters in areas where employees visit often and job applicants typically do not enter, such as staff break rooms or cafeterias.

We offer a perfect solution—our condensed Federal Applicant Edition Poster, which includes all the mandatory posting notices that must be made visible to job applicants during interviews.

Federal Poster Options

Here are some helpful purchasing tips:

  • Consider our OneSystem 1-Year Compliance Plan if you’re looking for the most hassle-free way to stay in compliance. It provides FREE automatic updates for one year. It also comes with our $25,000 Poster Violation Warranty.
  • Consider our Federal and State Labor Law Set if you’re looking to make one affordable purchase and need a State Labor Law Poster as well.
  • Most federal labor law products are available in Spanish.
  • Available in laminated or unlaminated - the eco-friendly, plastic-free option which can be recycled - for no additional cost.

Federal Labor Law Poster FAQs

  • Do I have to post these if I pay everyone more than the minimum wage?

    Yes, the Minimum Wage poster is just one of the many labor law posters employers are required to post. Other required federal posters include:

    • Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO)
    • Polygraph Protection Act
    • Family & Medical Leave Act (FMLA)
    • USERRA
    • Occupational Safety and Health (OSHA)

    Additionally, most states have required postings that employers must comply with.

  • Do I have to update my posters at the beginning of every year?

    While some labor law posters do change at the beginning of every year, other employment related posters and notices may change at any time during the year. If the change is mandatory, employers are required to update their posters.

  • Where can I purchase an E-Verify poster?

    E-Verify posters are available free upon registration for the E-Verify program with the U. S. Department of Homeland Security. Only employers who have registered for E-Verify should post the required federal posters (which can be downloaded during the registration process as proof of participation in the program). Note: This is the only official method for obtaining this federal poster. For these reasons, the E-Verify poster is not included on our labor law posters, and we don’t offer a separate poster for purchase.

  • Am I required to post the National Labor Relations Act in my facilities?

    No, employers are not required to post a National Labor Relations Act (NLRA) poster unless they are a federal contractor or sub-contractor as defined by the National Labor Relations Board. If you, as an employer, fall into one of these categories however, you must post the NLRA Poster for federal contractors. And depending on your contracts, you may be required to post other federal labor law posters as well.

  • What is the Federal Applicant Edition? Am I required to post it?

    The Federal Applicant Edition Poster contains not one, but three notices that are required to be available to all job applicants. They are:

    • Family & Medical Leave Act (FMLA)
    • Employee Polygraph Protection Act
    • Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO)

    Note: Employers are required to have notices posted where job applicants can easily view them if a Federal Labor Law Poster is not available.

  • We don’t have any independent contractors. Why do I need a Federal Contractor Poster?

    The Federal Contractor Poster is required for employers who serve as a federal contractor or federal sub-contractor. It is not required for employers who hire independent contractors.

  • How can I tell what was changed on the update you just sent me?

    Good question. You can go to the Labor Law Updates tab on our Poster Compliance Center website to check for the most recent changes and notices. There we give a status for both state and federal labor law posters. Employers can also contact us at 800-322-3636 and talk with one of our helpful customer service representatives.

  • What’s the biggest risk if I don’t update notices when required?

    As an employer, you may risk fines for non-compliance. Another risk to you is that your employees will not be informed of their rights. An unhappy employee, whose rights have not been properly communicated by displaying employment posters, may choose legal action against their employer to resolve a complaint.

  • What is the EEO Supplement?

    The Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) issued the mandatory ‘EEO is the Law’ Poster Supplement. The federal EEO Poster Supplement includes four recent regulatory changes that are required to be posted by federal contractors or subcontractors and must be posted with the current federal EEO poster (dated 11/09).

Select Your State or City/County

Email Notifications