Workplace Posting Requirements

10.15.2015
HR & Safety

Find out which posters apply to your company based on the type of business you operate and the size of your company.

POSTER NAME
WHO MUST COMPLY
SOURCE OF POSTER
Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act (Military Leave) All Employers USERRA
Employee Polygraph

Protection Act

All Employers Employee Polygraph Protection Act
Employees Working on

Federal or Federally Financed

Construction Projects

Employers with U.S. government construction contracts of $2,000 or more Davis Bacon Act
Employees Working on Government Contracts
  1. Employers with U.S. government contracts in excess of $2,500
  2. Employers with U.S. government contracts that exceed or may exceed $10,000
  1. Service Contract Act
  2. Walsh-Healey Public Contracts Act

 

“Beck” Notice of Employee Rights Concerning Payment of Union Dues Employers with U.S. government contractors Executive Order 13201
Equal Employment Opportunity Is The Law
  1. Employers of 15 or more employees
  2. Employers of 20 or more employees
  3. Employers of 2 or more employees
  4. Employers of 15 or more employees
  5. All government contractors and subcontractors with $10,000 or more in federal contracts
  6. All government contractors and subcontractors with contracts of $10,000 or more
  7. All government contractors
  1. Title VI and Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964
  2. Age Discrimination in Employment Act of 1967
  3. Equal Pay Act of 1963
  4. Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990
  5. Executive Order 11246
  6. Rehabilitation Act of 1973, Sections 503 and 504
  7. Section 4212 of the Vietnam Era Readjustment Assistance Act of 1974
Family and Medical Leave Act Employers with 50 or more employees Family and Medical Leave Act
Job Safety & Health Protection All employers Occupational Safety & Health Act
Sexual Harassment Is Illegal Connecticut employers with 3 or more employees Conn. Gen. Stat. Sec. 46a-60(a)(8)
State of Connecticut Minimum Wage and Overtime* All Connecticut employers Conn. Gen. Stat. Chapter 558
Workers’ Compensation** All Connecticut employers Workers’ Compensation Act
Your Rights Under the Fair Labor Standards Act Employers with 2 or more

employees

Fair Labor Standards Act
Notice to All Employees Concerning Electronic Monitoring All Connecticut employers P.A. 98-142
Unemployment Compensation (Form UC-8) All Connecticut employers Unemployment Compensation Act
Discrimination Is Illegal Connecticut employers with 3 or more employees Connecticut Fair Employment Practices Act
Notice Concerning the Connecticut Office of Managed Care Ombudsman Employers who provide health insurance to employees, other than self-insured employers. P.A. 99-284

*There are additional posting requirements beyond this poster for employers in mercantile, cleaning and 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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