- Minimum Wage*
- Reemployment Assistance*
- Child Labor
- Workers’ Compensation
*Included on Spanish poster
- Florida poster is 18″w x 24″h
- All-in-one Florida & Federal poster is 36″w x 24″h
- Quality full-color printing
- Available in Spanish (Spanish posters may be released later than English posters by government agencies.)
- Available in laminated for durability or environmentally-friendly unlaminated Go Green
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Minimum Wage (November 2020)
- The minimum wage will increase to
- $8.65 per hour for non-tipped workers, and
- $5.63 per hour, in addition to tips, for tipped workers.
- Effective January 1st, 2021.
Florida Labor Law Posting Requirements
Florida employers must follow both federal and state labor law posting requirements. Below, we’ve summarized these requirements and offered a short explanation of the state-specific workplace posters.
Federal Posting Requirements for Florida
Florida employers are required to post the following federal labor law posters:
- Equal Employment Opportunity – EEO*
- Federal Minimum Wage Poster*
- Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) Poster*
- Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) Job Safety and Health Poster*
- Employee Polygraph Protection Act Poster*
- Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act (USERRA) Poster
Florida-Specific Labor Law Posters
In addition to the federal labor law posters listed above, Florida employers are also required to post the following mandatory state labor law posters. They must be displayed in a conspicuous and accessible place. Businesses that fail to post these notifications may be subject to penalties or fines.
- Notice to Employees: Minimum Wage in Florida Poster: This poster details employees’ rights to be paid the minimum wage under Florida law. Effective January 1, 2021, the minimum wage in Florida is $8.65 per hour. The minimum wage for tipped employees is at least $5.63 per hour, in addition to tips. Florida revisits its minimum wage every year on September 30, based on the Consumer Price Index, and it will rise to $10.00 later this year. The poster also explains that employees have the right to file a complaint against their employer for failing to pay the minimum wage.
- Florida Child Labor Laws Poster: This notice details requirements for employers that employ minors under 18. Florida law prohibits employers from hiring employees under the age of 14. The poster explains the limitations on the number of hours for employees who are 16 and 17 years old and for those who are 14 and 15 years old, including limitations on working hours while school is in session. The law also prohibits minors from working during school hours. Florida law does not require minor employees to obtain work permits. Additionally, the poster details the differences between Florida and federal law (the Fair Labor Standards Act).
- Florida Workers’ Compensation Law Poster: Every employer with workers’ compensation coverage must post a notice that contains the employer’s insurance carrier information, the expiration date of the workers’ compensation policy, and an anti-fraud statement. This poster also explains how employees can file a claim for medical and partial wage-replacement benefits for work-related injuries or illnesses. Employers that fail to secure appropriate coverage or that fail to update the information on their workers’ compensation insurance application may be subject to stop work orders, civil penalties, and criminal penalties. Employers that fail to report an injury, illness, or workplace death to their carrier within 7 days of the date when they were informed might be subject to an administrative fine of up to $2,000 per occurrence.
- Florida Workers’ Compensation Anti-Fraud Reward Program Poster: Every Florida employer must post a notice about the state’s Anti-Fraud Reward Program. Florida law defines workers’ compensation fraud as when a person knowingly, and with intent to injure, defraud, or deceive any employer or employee, insurance carrier, or self-insurance program, file false or misleading information. Workers’ compensation fraud is a third-degree felony, which means it can lead to civil liability, fines, and even jail time. Individuals who provide tips that contribute to the arrest and conviction of persons committing workers’ compensation insurance fraud may be entitled to a reward of up to $25,000.
- Florida Department of Economic Opportunity—Equal Employment Opportunity Is the Law Poster: This poster explains that Florida employers cannot discriminate against employees because of their race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, political affiliation, or belief. Florida employers are also prohibited from discriminating against any beneficiary of programs financially assisted under Title I of the Workforce Investment Act of 1998 (WIA) based on the beneficiary’s citizenship or status as a lawfully admitted immigrant authorized to work in the United States or their participation in any WIA Title I financially assisted program or activity. Additionally, the poster describes how and when Florida employees may file a complaint of discrimination with the Florida Office for Civil Rights, Department of Economic Opportunity.
- Florida Reemployment Assistance Program Poster: The Florida Reemployment Assistance Program, formerly known as the Unemployment Compensation Program, offers benefits to employees who are totally or partially unemployed through no fault of their own. This poster explains how covered employees may apply for benefits and details the eligibility requirements for benefits. The Reemployment Assistance Program is administered by the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity, Division of Workforce Services.
Note that employers in various industries or particular counties may have other labor law posting requirements. Florida employers with a multilingual workforce may also have additional poster requirements; many of these posters are available in Spanish.
*Included on Spanish poster
NOTE: Spanish posters may not include all notices published on the English poster and may vary from our standard 18″w x 24″h size since some states do not issue all notices in Spanish.
Employment posters must be posted in a conspicuous location.
Minimum Wage -Jan 2020
Reemployment Assistance Program – Oct 2019
Workers’ Compensation – Mar 2019
Minimum Wage – Jan 2019
Minimum Wage – Jan 2018
Minimum Wage – Oct 2016
Minimum Wage – Jan 2014
Discrimination – Jan 2014
Unemployment – Jan 2014
Child Labor – Jan 2014
Workers Compensation – Jan 2014
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