Alert! New 2023 MANDATORY Federal Labor Law Poster Update LEARN MORE
Federal & State 2023 Labor Law Posters
Shop 2023 labor law posters and keep your workplace compliant. All of our workplace posters meet federal and state posting requirements.
We have posters for all of your labor law posting needs, including:
- Federal labor law posters (available in English and Spanish)
- Federal contractor poster
- All-in-one labor law posters
- State labor law posters
Our federal posters are updated for 2023
and meet compliance.
Included with our federal posters are:
- Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA)
- Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA)
- Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment
Rights Act (USERRA)
- Know Your Rights: Workplace Discrimination is Illegal (EEO)
- Occupational Safety and Health (OSHA)
- Employee Polygraph Protection Act (EPPA)
Federal Posters & More
From federal postings, to your local county, get exactly what you need for your business.
Federal All-In-One Posters
Federal labor law posters that conveniently include all important notices on one durable poster.
Federal Contractor Poster
Ensure that all members of your workforce are represented.
Managing multiple locations? Our multi-site solutions team is ready to customize a solution just for you.
Labor Law Posters FAQs
What are labor law posters?
Labor law posters are mandated at a federal and state level to display important employment law notices. These notices are enforced by the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL). Additionally, cities and counties may also have their own required notices to post.
Who is required to display workplace posters?
Any employer with one or more employees are required to display workplace posters. Employers who fail to post required workplace posters expose themselves to costly fines and potential lawsuits.
Where do labor law posters need to be posted?
Federal and state labor law posters must be posted in conspicuous places where they can be easily viewed by all employees. Typically, you’ll find labor law posters in places such as common areas and break room. Some posters are also required to be displayed where they can be viewed by applicants for employment.
What are the poster requirements for my state?
Posting requirements vary state to state. Additionally, certain cities and counties can also have their own required posters. You can find your state’s specific posting requirements here.
How long do you have to keep out-dated labor law posters?
While not required, it’s good practice to retain outdated labor law posters to help prove past compliance, if needed for litigation.
What is the fine for not posting labor law posters?
The fine for not posting labor law posters will vary depending on the offense. The maximum penalty for federal posting violations is now over $35,600:
- Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA): $176
- Job Safety and Health: It’s the law (OSHA): $13,494
- Employee Polygraph Protection Act (EPPA): $21,410
- Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) is the Law Poster: $569