Florida Labor Law Posters

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Poster Compliance Center offers easy options for an employer to stay compliant with Florida Labor Law Posters. Our high-quality laminated posters, which clearly printed and easy to read, provide information on mandatory state laws. Poster Compliance Center provides Federal and State Labor Law Posters individually, as a set, and in convenient OneSystem bundles. Order your Florida Labor Law Poster today!

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About Labor Law Posters in Florida

The law requires that employers post labor law posters in a location that is accessible to employees. Each Florida Labor Law Posters contains all mandatory information for an employer to post in an easily accessible location in their establishment. Each poster includes information on minimum wage, child labor, unemployment compensation, and discrimination.

Poster Compliance Center offers several options for posting your Florida Labor Law Poster:

  • 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 36”w by 24”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.

Florida Minimum Wage Updated Notice Changes



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Workplace posting requirements, according to Florida State Law, have changed over the years with new legislation and the Consumer Price Index. It is important for employers to be informed about these changes. Employers who are not aware of these changes in labor law may be posting incorrect posters. Mandatory updated information for posting has been documented below from 2008 to present.


Minimum Wage (Jan 2018)

  • The minimum wage will increase to $8.25 per hour effective Jan. 1, 2018. (The minimum wage rate is recalculated every year based on the Consumer Price Index.)
  • The minimum wage for tipped employees will increase to $5.23 per hour.

 

Past required labor law poster updates:


October 2016

Minimum Wage

  • Minimum wage increases from $8.05 to $8.10 per hour effective Jan. 1, 2017. (The minimum wage rate is recalculated every year based on the Consumer Price Index.)
  • The minimum wage also increases for tipped employees to a rate of at least $5.08 per hour, in addition to tips.

August 2015

Discrimination

  • Law adds pregnancy as an employer discrimination category
  • Updated notice contact information

October 2014

Minimum Wage

  • Wage increases from $7.93 to $8.05 per hour effective Jan. 1, 2015. (Recalculated every year based on the Consumer Price Index.)
  • Wages also increase for tipped employees Jan. 1 to a rate of at least $5.03 per hour, in addition to tips.

October 2013

Minimum Wage

  • Wage increases from $7.79 to $7.93 per hour effective Jan. 1, 2014. (Recalculated every year based on the Consumer Price Index.)
  • Wages for tipped employees also increases Jan. 1 from $4.77 to $4.91 per hour, in addition to tips.

October 2012

Minimum Wage

  • Wage increases from $7.67 to $7.79 per hour effective Jan. 1, 2013. (Recalculated every year based on the Consumer Price Index.)
  • Wages for tipped employees also increases Jan. 1 from $4.65 to $4.77 per hour, in addition to tips.
  • Labor notice changes were also made to the Spanish section of the poster.

October 2011

Minimum Wage

  • Wage increases from $7.31 to $7.67 per hour effective Jan. 1, 2012. (Recalculated every year based on the Consumer Price Index.)
  • Wages for tipped employees also increases Jan. 1 from $4.29 to $4.65 per hour, in addition to tips.
    These notice changes were also made to the Spanish section of the poster.

May 2011

Minimum Wage

  • Florida’s wage increases from $7.25 to $7.31 per hour effective June 1, 2011. (Recalculated every year based on the Consumer Price Index.*)
  • Minimum wage for tipped employees also increases June 1 from $4.23 to $4.29 per hour, in addition to tips.
    *Note: The minimum wage is recalculated every year effective Jan. 1. However, in response to a lawsuit, a Florida judge ruled that the rate has been calculated incorrectly for several years. As a result, the minimum wage will increase on June 1.

July 2009

Minimum Wage

  • Updated information stating that the federal minimum wage of $7.25 will be effective until the Florida rate exceeds the federal rate.
  • Every January 1 the new minimum wage (which is recalculated yearly based on the Consumer Price Index) takes effect, unless the federal rate is greater. The previous notice stated only that the new Florida wage takes effect every January 1.
  • Requirements for new federal minimum wage for tipped employees increased to $4.23 per hour as of July 24, 2009.

October 2008

Minimum Wage

  • Florida’s minimum wage increases from $6.79 to $7.21 per hour effective Jan. 1, 2009, through July 23, 2009. (Recalculated every year based on the Consumer Price Index.)
  • On July 24, 2009, the new federal minimum wage of $7.25 will replace Florida’s minimum wage.
  • Florida’s minimum wage for 2008 has been removed.
  • Minimum wage for tipped employees also increases Jan. 1 from $3.77 to $4.19 per hour, in addition to tips.
  • Updated information was also made to the Spanish section of the poster.

Florida Labor Law Requirements

Florida Mandatory Labor Law Posters:

  • Minimum Wage - $8.25 effective 1/1/18*
  • Discrimination*
  • Unemployment Compensation*
  • Child Labor

*Included on Spanish poster.

Florida employment posters must be posted in a conspicuous location

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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4.5 out of 5 stars
Anthony C - Jan 08, 2018

Comfortable that I would be in compliance.

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Mike C - Dec 06, 2017

I like that the fact the posters come in the mail automatically

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Fred S - Nov 03, 2017

Posters are delivered on time and helps to keep us current and compliant.

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Marie H - Aug 24, 2017

It was great had no problems.

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Not only do Florida Labor Law Posters benefit both the employer and employees of a business, posting them is also mandatory by law. Failure of an employer to comply with Federal and State law by not posting or posting incorrect notice could result in a serious penalty.

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