Local Labor Law Posters
Do you need a local labor law poster? Cities and counties across the United States are enacting laws relating to minimum wage, paid sick leave, and other employee rights. These laws may require businesses to display a poster that summarizes the law, highlights important points, and informs workers of their rights.
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When does a Business need a Local Labor Law Poster?
A local poster is needed when a company does business in a city or county that has a local law with a posting requirement. The poster might need to be displayed by businesses within the municipality’s borders. It may also need to be posted by any business that has employees who work in that city or county.
What Local Posters do We Carry?
Are you required to post local or wage order posters, based on your state, industry or number of employees? Turn to the Compliance Checker for quick answers! Hover over dots to see which city/county postings are required in your state, while stars indicate wage order posters required for specific industries.VIEW THE MAP
What Needs to be Posted under Local Laws?
Employers need to display the information required under a city or county ordinance. This might include a summary of the law, the current minimum wage rate, or how to file a complaint. Some laws call for the poster to be displayed in multiple languages. This might be English and Spanish, the top languages spoken in the community, or any language spoken by a percentage of the company’s employees.
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