2017 California & Federal Employment Poster
Updated with new laws for 2017!
NEW 2017 POSTER REQUIREMENTS
•Effective 1/1/17, California Minimum Wage
•Updates to the Federal Minimum Wage
•Employee Polygraph Protection Act notices (8/1/16)
• Pregnancy Disability Leave notice (4/1/16).
California & Federal Employer Poster: $37.00 (English or Spanish)
You can meet the requirement quickly and cost-effectively with our 27"x 39.75” poster, which easily fits on a door, in a break room, or a main hallway.
Save time and money with all 16 California and federal notices every California business must post, on one poster.
The required California and federal employment notices include:
•Healthy Workplaces/Healthy Families Act of 2014 - Paid Sick Leave
•Equal Employment Opportunity is THE LAW
•Notice to Employees (EDD: UI, DI and PFL)
•California Minimum Wage
•Federal Minimum Wage
•Your Rights Under USERRA
•Safety and Health Protection on the Job (Cal/OSHA)
•Notice to Employees-Injuries Caused by Work (Division of Workers’ Compensation)
•California Law Prohibits Workplace Discrimination and Harassment (DFEH)
•Your Rights and Obligations as a Pregnant Employee
•Family Care and Medical Leave (CFRA Leave) and Pregnancy Disability Leave
•Employee Rights and Responsibilities Under the Family and Medical Leave Act
•Whistleblowers Are Protected
•Time Off to Vote
•Employee Polygraph Protection Act
IMPORTANT: No matter how many employees you have in California, your business is required by law to post a current California and Federal Employment Poster in a central location. The poster must also include information about your workers’ comp benefits, pay day schedule and emergency contacts. You may need to order several to ensure that your business, branches, and satellite offices are displaying the poster according to the law.
What does the Commerce Industrial Council Chamber recommend you do?
We always encourage best practices for all our members and customers. Accurate labor law postings are vital. As you may be aware, in an event of an audit or State inspection, an employer found to be in violation of State and Federal Laws by willfully failing to post up-to-date OSHA posters may be subject to criminal penalties, as well as civil liability actions, including assessments of up to $17,000. A Spanish version is also available and may be required if any of your employees are Spanish-speaking.