2017 Posting Requirements for Employers 

As a Nonprofit, there are State and Federal regulations requiring employers to display various posters and notices to inform their employees of certain laws and regulations pertaining to employment and working conditions.  Unless otherwise noted, all employers are required to display the posters/notices listed below.  However, because specific requirements vary, this list may not include all posters/notices that you are required to display.  You can find links (to print in posters pdf format) for both Federal requirements and California requirements below.

 

FEDERAL POSTING REQUIREMENTS:

All employers are required to post the following Federal notices in a prominent location that is easily seen by your employees, this links you to all of the 2017 requirements:

https://www.dol.gov/general/topics/posters

 

TIP: It is a good practice to save each year's employment notices poster for fours years to prove that you posted them in the event of an agency investigation or audit.

These posters need to be displayed in a conspicuous place where all employees can see them. Typical locations are the lunchroom, central hallways or outside the restrooms. If you have employees who work outside of the office this information, including all notices described here should be emailed to them.  Additionally, keep a copy of the email for your records.

CALIFORNIA POSTING REQUIREMENTS

All California employers are required to post the following notices in a prominent location that is easily seen by your employees:

https://www.dir.ca.gov/wpnodb.html