Workplace Posting Requirements

HR & Safety

Various state and federal laws require employers to post notices in the workplace.

Other laws mandate that employers keep certain records for particular time periods.

Failure to post the required notices or maintain records can lead to significant monetary penalties.

Below are the posting requirements that an employer may need to follow depending on the type of business operated and size of the company.

Poster NameSource of PosterWho Must Comply
Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act (Military Leave)USERRA & U.S. DOLAll employers
Employee Polygraph Protection Act Employee Polygraph Protection Act & U.S. DOLAll employers
Davis Bacon Poster & Applicable Wage Determination for the projectDavis Bacon Act & U.S. DOLEmployers with U.S. government construction contracts of $2,000 or more
Employee Rights on Government Contracts (including any applicable wage determination) & Notice to Workers with Disabilities/Special Minimum Wage (if employing workers with disabilities under special minimum wage certificates)McNamara-O’Hara Service Contract Act (SCA)Employers with U.S. government service contracts in excess of $2,500
Walsh-Healey Public Contracts Act (PCA)Employers with U.S. government manufacturing or furnishing contracts that exceed $15,000
Notification of Employee Rights Under Federal Labor LawsExecutive Order 13496U.S. government contractors and subcontractors
Know Your Rights U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC)Employers with ...
Title VI & Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 196415 or more employees
Age Discrimination in Employment Act of 196720 or more employees
Equal Pay Act of 1963Virtually all employees
Americans with Disabilities Act15 or more employees
Executive Order 11246All government contractors and subcontractors with contracts worth more than $10,000
Rehabilitation Act of
Federal, State, or local government employer or university that receives federal funding
Vietnam Era Readjustment Assistance Act of 1974Contractors and subcontractors who hold a single contract in excess of $150,000
Job Safety & Health ProtectionOSHAAll OSHA-covered employers
Federal Family and Medical Leave Act PosterFamily Medical Leave Act Private employers with at least 50 employees or public agency
FLSA Minimum Wage PosterFair Labor Standards Act (FLSA)Employers whose annual sales total $500,000 or more and have two or more employees or engaged in interstate commerce or production of goods for commerce
Sexual Harassment is IllegalConn. Gen. Stat. Sec. 46a-54(15)Connecticut employers with three or more employees
Domestic Violence ResourcesConn. Gen. Stat. Sec. 46a-54(20)Connecticut employers with three or more employees
State of CT Minimum Wage & Overtime*Conn. Gen. Stat. Chapter 558 & RegulationsAll Connecticut employers
Notice to All Employees Concerning Electronic MonitoringConn. Gen. Stat. Sec. 31-48dAll Connecticut employers engaged in electronic monitoring
Workers’ Compensation Availability Notice**Workers’ Compensation RegulationsConnecticut employers with one or more employees
Unemployment Compensation AvailabilityUnemployment Compensation ActAll Connecticut employers
Discrimination is Illegal & Pregnancy Discrimination (in English & Spanish)CT Fair Employment Practices ActConnecticut employers with one or more employees
List of carcinogenic substances used and manufacturedConn. Gen. Stat. Sec. 31-40cConnecticut employers that use or produce carcinogenic substances
List of toxic substances used and manufacturedConn. Gen. Stat. Sec. 31-40kConnecticut employers that produce or use toxic substances
Paid Sick Leave (in English & Spanish)Conn. Gen. Stat. Sec. 31-57wConnecticut employers with 50 or more employees must post paid sick leave notice to service workers
Smoking Prohibited Under State Law Conn. Gen. Stat. Sec. 19a-342Individual in control of the premise (may not be the employer)
Office of the Healthcare Advocate’s (OHA) posterConn. Gen. Stat. Sec. 38a-1046Connecticut employers that provide health insurance or benefits to employees

CBIA offers discounted workplace compliance posters for members. Employers can order individual posters or entire compliance kits to remain up to date on state and federal posting obligations. 

*There are additional posting requirements beyond this poster for employers in mercantile, cleaning, dyeing, restaurant, hotel, beauty shops, and laundry businesses.

**Employers with workers’ compensation managed care plans must post a separate notice describing the plan and related rights. Information concerning this notice should be available from the insurer for the plan or from the plan itself.


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