Find out which labor law posters you need to be compliant. Simply complete the steps below to see current posting requirements.
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Each state has unique labor law posting requirements based on your location, industry, and other factors. Select the state(s) you operate in to find out which labor law posters are mandatory and which are recommended.
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Some cities have unique labor law posting requirements based on your location, industry, and other factors. Select the location(s) you operate in to find out which local labor law posters you are required to display.
Additional posters are recommended for specific industries.
Federal contractors and subcontractors are required to post certain notices under laws enforced by the U.S. Department of Labor.
Federal contractors are contractors or subcontractors who have a contract with the government.
Example: A business inside an airport may be considered a federal contractor.
A safety poster is recommended for businesses that operate forklifts.
Certain posters are required to be displayed in all rooms and areas where interviews are conducted.
Labor law posters must be accessible to telecommuters or offsite workers who do not regularly report to a location where labor law posters are displayed.