Are you displaying the most up to date version of the State and Federal Labor Law Notices in your workplace? This is a mandatory requirement, and failure to display these laws in a prominent place can result in fines or citations for your business.
What California and Federal Labor Law Notices do I need?
These laws cover a range of topics relating to health and safety and employee rights. The types of the State and Federal Labor Law Posters that you will need to display depends on your business, but in general you must display all that relate to your specific industry and employees. For example, if you have Spanish speaking employees you will need to display your notices in both English and Spanish. Since the details of your business can change, it is important to keep your laws up to date. As well as any relevant Federal Labor Law Posters, you must also display posters relating to your state laws, such as the California Minimum Wage Poster. This law poster outlines the state’s policy on minimum wages. Other laws that may be required in most states cover laws and regulations around topics such as Harassment or Discrimination, Injuries Caused by Work, Safety & Health Protection on the Job, Unemployment Insurance Benefits and Emergency Information. Further, every employer must post at each work location a complete copy of the IWC Wage Order. This Posting specifies wages, hours and working conditions for your company’s industry. Click here for info Labor Law Posters
Are your California and Federal Labor Law Notices up to date?
Labor laws, health and safety requirements and mandatory minimum wages can change from time to time, and you must make sure that you are always displaying the most recently updated laws.
How do I know when to get revised California and Federal Labor Law Notices?
Each revised law is available from a variety of sources, however knowing when a law needs to be updated can mean regularly checking industry and government websites or literature. Purchasing Osha4Less’s 2010 Poster Compliance Solution will mean that not only with you have a complete set of current State and Federal Labor Law Notices in both English and Spanish, but you will automatically be sent any revised law notices for the remainder of 2010. Giving you the peace of mind that you will always be up to date with your compliance.