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Labor Law Posters

Keeping up-to-date with labor law posting requirements is a difficult task that all employers are required to undertake. This can be a time-consuming process that most businesses do not have the patience, resources or know-how to accomplish successfully. Our Labor Law Poster Solutions take the worry, headache and uncertainty out of posting compliance while protecting your business year-round.
Included with our Labor Law Poster Solutions:
••Laminated, up-to-date, attorney-approved All In One standard Federal Labor Law Posters with QR codes and posting legends for simple compliance tracking.
••Access to any city, county, and specialized labor law notices are required for your business location.
••Automatic updates every time changes occur in city, county, state or federal posting requirements.
••$25,000 ‘We Pay The Fine’ Guarantee.
Why do you need to post current labor laws?
They are required by law. All employers with at least one paid employee are required to post mandatory city, county, state and federal labor law notices.
Failure to post up-to-date labor law notices can result in hefty fines or lawsuits. The federal notices alone carry over $34,000 in combined penalties.
Proper posting can strengthen a legal defense in the case of a lawsuit or employee dispute.
Labor law posting requirements can change at any time. Over the last decade, there has been an average of over 100 posting updates per year.

State and Federal Labor Law Poster Service

Labor Law Poster E update service. Year round automatic updates sent to your email to post and annually  you receive one new combo, state and federal physical poster

Additional Labor Law Posters

Purchase additional physical state and federal labor law posters for additional locations. 

Did you know that each work site must post state and federal labor law posters? 

Solutions for Remote Workerss

Labor posting requirements don't change for remote work arrangements. Ensure you remain compliant with our remote worker state and federal labor posting solution!

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