California Labor Law Posters
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Poster Compliance Center is dedicated to helping businesses stay in compliance with federal, state, and city labor laws. With Poster Compliance Center, staying compliant with labor laws in California is easy! We provide multiple options to meet your unique requirements. If you are looking for high-quality laminated posters with clear, easy-to-read printing, look no further. Poster Compliance Center offers Federal and State Labor Law Posters individually, as a set, and in convenient OneSystem bundles. Order yours today!
About Labor Law Posters in California
Federal, state, and city labor laws dictate that labor law posters must be posted by employers in the workplace in a conspicuous location where they are easily visible. All mandatory information required by law in California is clearly stated on Poster Compliance Center’s California Labor Law Posters. The posters include information on the state's minimum wage, workplace discrimination, workers' rights, and California OSHA regulations.
Poster Compliance Center offers several labor law posting options to make purchasing simple:
- Choose laminated for durability or non-laminated eco-friendly Go Green
- Federal & State Labor Law Poster Set: Each poster measures 18”w by 24”h
- OnePoster - Federal & State all-on-one: Poster measures 24”w by 36”h
- OneSystem: One-year plan that makes it easy for an employer to stay compliant throughout the year
- Spanish posters: Individual posters, Federal & State Poster Sets, and OneSystem are available in Spanish
Note: Spanish posters may be released later than English posters by government agencies.
California Labor Law Notice Changes
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California has experienced several updates to state and city labor laws in the past few years. Employers should be aware of these changes to legislation that result in updates to a poster. Failure to display a federal, state, or city labor law poster, or displaying a poster that is out-of-date, will cause an employer to be out of compliance with the law. Labor law updates for California have included the following:
Workplace Discrimination (Jan 2018)
- Includes new information on training requirement for supervisors to prevent harassment based on gender identity, gender expression, and sexual orientation.
- New Revision Date of November 2017
Transgender Rights (Jan 2018)
- Notice for new law outlines transgender rights in the workplace.
- New Revision Date of November 2017
Cal OSHA (Jan 2018)
- Out-of-date penalty amounts for violations have been removed, except for the willful violation penalty, which is current. A website where penalty amounts can be found has been added.
- An employer’s Injury and Illness Prevention Program must now meet the requirements of the California Code of Regulations.
- New Revision Date of October 2017
Other changes in the past 12 months:
Minimum Wage – Jan 2017
Past required labor law poster updates:
Minimum Wage (Jan. 2017)
- For employers with 26 or more employees, the minimum wage will increase to $10.50 per hour on Jan. 1, 2017, and to $11.00 per hour on Jan. 1, 2018.
- For employers with 25 or fewer employees, there will be a one-year delay in the minimum wage increase. The minimum wage will stay at $10.00 per hour for 2017, and increase to $10.50 per hour on Jan. 1, 2018.
Your Rights & Obligations as Pregnant Employee (formerly Notice A) (Mar 2016)
For employers of 5 or more employees
- New information about additional rights under California Family Rights Act (CFRA) Leave.
- New information explaining that requested leave may be deferred until employee complies with notice requirements for foreseeable and unforeseeable events.
- Clarification of continued group health coverage during Pregnancy Disability Leave
- New Revision Date of 4/16
Notice to Employees - Injuries Caused by Work
- New workers compensation law (SB 863) caused extensive changes to poster.
- New medical care benefits include medical equipment and travel costs.
- New limits on chiropractic, physical therapy and occupational therapy visits
- New definition of permanent disability
- New information about supplemental job displacement benefits when employer does not offer regular work, modified work or alternative work.
- New information about authorization of treatment by employer or claims administrator
- New information about predesignating your personal physician or medical group
- New information about use of Medical Provider Networks (MPN) and Health Care Organizations (HCO)
- New Revision Date of 1/1/2016
Paid Sick Leave
- New state law called Healthy Workplaces/Healthy Families Act goes into effect Jan. 1, 2015.
- Employees are entitled to paid sick leave beginning July 1, 2015.
- Date of 11/2014
- New protections for unpaid interns and volunteers. New regulations:
- (for unpaid interns and volunteers) prohibit harassment and permit filing of complaints with the Department of Fair Employment & Housing
- (for unpaid interns) also require reasonable accommodation of religious beliefs and practices and prohibit discrimination
- New definition for ‘national origin’ category of discrimination includes possession of driver’s license issued to an undocumented person.
- Requires employers of 50 or more to provide abusive conduct prevention training, in addition to sexual harassment prevention training already required.
- No Revision Date
Whistleblowers Are Protected
- Employees are now protected when notifying a person in authority of a possible violation of the law by their employer, as well as when they are providing information before a public body conducting an investigation. Previously the protection only applied to employees who notified a government or law enforcement agency.
- Whistleblowers are protected when disclosing information about violations of local rules or regulations, in addition to state or federal violations.
- Expanded definition of whistleblower to include employee who refuses to participate in activity that would violate the law.
- No Revision Date
- Minimum wage increases from $8.00 to $9.00 per hour effective July 1, 2014 under new state law.
- Second increase to $10.00 per hour on Jan. 1, 2016
- New amounts for meals and lodging which can be credited against minimum wage effective July 1, 2014, and Jan. 1, 2016
- New discrimination category of ‘military or veteran status’
- Change to discrimination category regarding gender
- No Revision Date
Unemployment / Paid Family Leave / Disability
- New information about filing claims for disability benefits or paid family leave benefits
- New Revision Date of 11/13
California Labor Law Requirements
California Mandatory Labor Law Posters:
- Minimum Wage rates – effective 1/1/18*
- Businesses with 26 or more employees:
$11.00 per hour
- Businesses with 25 or fewer employees:
$10.50 per hour
- Payday Notice
- Unemployment Insurance/Paid Family Leave/Disability*
- Workplace Discrimination*
- Occupational Safety and Health Law - Cal OSHA*
- Emergency Numbers
- Access to Medical Records*
- Rights as a Pregnant Employee (formerly "Notice A")*
- Family Care/Medical Leave (formerly "Notice B")*
- Workers' Compensation (Injuries Caused by Work)*
- Time Off to Vote*
- Paid Sick Leave*
- Transgender Rights*
*Included on Spanish poster.
Mandatory Federal Labor Law Poster Requirements
NOTE: Spanish posters may not include all notices published on the English poster and may vary from our standard 18” x 24” size since states do not issue all notices in Spanish.
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Equal Opportunity Is the Law
To avoid penalties and negative consequences for being out of compliance, California employers must display current California labor law posters, a current federal poster, and any required city posters in a conspicuous location in all workplaces. Being in compliance will not only take the pressure off you as an employer but will benefit your employees as well.
Avoid unnecessary penalties and stay compliant. Order your California Labor Law Poster today!