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Alabama

Update Log:

April 1st,  2021 All posters are current

March 1st,  2021 All posters are current

February 1st,  2021 All posters are current

January 1st,  2021 All posters are current

December 1st,  2020 All posters are current

November 1st,  2020 All posters are current

October 1st, 2020 All posters are current

September 1st, 2020 All posters are current

August 1st, 2020 All posters are current

July 1st, 2020 All posters are current

June 1st, 2020 All posters are current


Alaska

Update Log:

April 1st,  2021 All posters are current

March 1st,  2021 All posters are current

February 1st,  2021

Alaska – Summary of  Alaska Wage &  Hour Act – Required for all  employers – Minimum wage rate  updated; effective  1/1/21

January 1st,  2021 All posters are current

December 1st,  2020 All posters are current

November 1st,  2020 All posters are current

October 1st, 2020 All posters are current

September 1st, 2020 All posters are current

August 1st, 2020 All posters are current

July 1st, 2020 All posters are current


Arizona

Update Log:

April 1st,  2021 All posters are current

March 1st,  2021 All posters are current

February 1st,  2021 All posters are current

January 1st,  2021 All posters are current

December 1st,  2020

November 1st,  2020

Arizona – Minimum Wage Required for all employers – Minimum wage rate updated; effective 1/1/2021
Arizona – Minimum Wage (Spanish) – Optional for all employers with Spanish-speaking employees – Minimum wage rate updated; effective 1/1/2021

October 1st, 2020 All posters are current

September 1st, 2020 All posters are current

August 1st, 2020 All posters are current

July 1st, 2020 All posters are current


Arkansas

Update Log:

April 1st,  2021 All posters are current

March 1st,  2021 All posters are current

February 1st,  2021 All posters are current

January 1st,  2021

Non-Required Updates:

Arkansas – Notice to Employer & Employee – Required for employers with four or more employees
Arkansas – Right to Know – Required for all public employers
Arkansas – Human Trafficking – Required for employers of a hotel, motel, or other establishment that has been cited as a public nuisance for prostitution under Ark. Code Ann. §20-27-401; a strip club or other sexually oriented business; a private club that has a liquor permit for on-premises consumption and does not hold itself out to be a food service establishment; an airport; a train station that serves passengers; a bus station; a privately owned and operated facility that provides food, fuel, shower or other sanitary facilities, and overnight parking

December 1st,  2020 All posters are current

November 1st,  2020 All posters are current

October 1st, 2020 All posters are current

September 1st, 2020 All posters are current

August 1st, 2020 All posters are current

July 1st, 2020 All posters are current

June 1st, 2020

Arkansas – How to Claim Unemployment Insurance – Required for all employers – Minor postscript added
Arkansas – Human Trafficking – Required for employers of a hotel, motel, or another establishment that has been cited as a public nuisance for prostitution under Ark. Code Ann. § 20-27-401; a strip club or other sexually oriented business; a private club that has a liquor permit for on-premises consumption and does not hold itself out to be a food service establishment; an airport; a train station that serves passengers; a bus station; a privately owned and operated facility that provides food, fuel, shower or other sanitary facilities, and overnight parking – Logo updated


California

Update Log:

April 1st,  2021

California – COVID-19 Supplemental  Paid Sick Leave – Required for all  employers, public or  private, with more  than 25 employees – Poster added to Offering

  • San Francisco,  CA – San Francisco  Covid Employee  Leave Protection – Required for all  employers – Poster added to  offering; effective  3/7/21
  • Los Angeles County, CA – Los Angeles County Hero Pay – Required for grocery retail and drug retail employers – Poster added to offering;  effective 2/26/21
  • Sonoma  County, CA – Sonoma County  Covid Paid Sick Leave – Required for employers in the unincorporated areas of Sonoma County Poster added to offering;  effective 2/9/21
  • Sonoma  County, CA – Sonoma County  Covid Paid Sick Leave  (Spanish) – Required for employers in the unincorporated areas of Sonoma County – Poster added to offering;  effective 2/9/21
  • Buena Park,  CA – Buena Park Premium Pay – Required for grocery workers – Poster added to offering
  • Coachella, CA – Coachella Hero Pay Ordinance – Required for any agricultural operation, grocery store, restaurant, or retail pharmacy employer who employs 300 or more employees nationally and employs more than 5 employees per location in the city – Poster added to offering
  • Coachella, CA – Coachella Hero Pay Ordinance (Spanish) – Required for any agricultural operation, grocery store, restaurant, or retail pharmacy employer who employs 300 or more employees nationally and employs more than 5 employees per location in the city. Also required to be posted in any primary language spoken by employees other than English. – Poster added to offering
  • Pomona, CA – Pomona Hero Pay – Required for grocery store, retail pharmacy or “big box retailer” who employs 300 or more employees nationally and employs more than 10 employees per location in the city – Poster added to Offering
  • Pomona, CA – Pomona Hero Pay  (Spanish) – Required for grocery store, retail pharmacy or “big box retailer” who employs 300 or more employees nationally and employs more than 10 employees per location in the city, and where Spanish is a primary spoken language – Poster added to Offering
  • San  Francisco, CA – San Francisco  Hazard Pay  Ordinance – Required for grocery stores and drug stores with 500 or more employees worldwide, including at least 20 employees in San Francisco, and janitorial and security contractors at these stores – Poster added to Offering
  • San  Francisco, CA – San Francisco  Healthy Airport  Employee Notice – Required for employees who are covered under the Quality Standards Program – Poster added to Offering
  • San  Francisco, CA – San Francisco  Healthy Airport  Employee Notice  (Spanish) – Optional for employers with employees who are covered under the Quality Standards Program and are Spanish speaking – Poster added to Offering
  • San Mateo,  CA – San Mateo Hazard  Pay – Required for businesses with at least 750 employees nationwide and that are grocery stores, drug stores, or retailers dedicating at least 10% of their space to grocery sales – Poster added to Offering
  • San Mateo,  CA – San Mateo Hazard  Pay (Spanish) – Required for businesses with at least 750 employees nationwide and that are grocery stores, drug stores, or retailers dedicating at least 10% of their space to grocery sales and where Spanish is a primary language – Poster added to Offering
  • Santa  Monica, CA – Santa Monica  Hero Pay – Required for grocery retail and drug retailers – Poster added to Offering
  • West  Hollywood,  CA – West Hollywood  Premium Pay  (Grocery) – Required for stores that devote 70 percent or more of their business to retailing a general range of food products, employ three hundred (300) or more workers nationally, and more than fifteen (15) employees per location in the city – Poster added to Offering
  • Santa Monica,  CA – Santa Monica Hero  Pay (Spanish) – Optional for all  employers – Poster added to offering

March 1st,  2021

California – Family Care and  Medical Leave  (CFRA Leave) and  Pregnancy Disability  Leave (Spanish) – Required for employers  of 50 or more  employees whose  workforce is made up of 10% or more  non-English-speaking  Spanish-speaking  employees – Agency correction

  • San Diego, CA – San Diego Equal Pay – Required for contractors – Poster added to offering

February 1st,  2021

California – Notice to  Employees – UI &  DI & Paid Family  Leave – Required for all  employers who  provide unemployment  insurance, disability  insurance and paid  family leave to their  employees – Pregnancy disability  section updated
California – California Law Prohibits Workplace – Discrimination and Harassment – Required for all employers – Law changed regarding size of employer affected
California – Your Rights and Obligations as a Pregnant Employee – Required for all employers – Law changed regarding  size of employer  affected; verbiage  updated
California -Family Care and Medical Leave (CFRA Leave) and Pregnancy Disability Leave – Required for employers  of 50 or more  employees – Law changed regarding  size of employer  affected and distance  parameters

California – Notice to Employees – DI & Paid Family Leave – Required for all who are required  to participate in disability insurance  and paid family leave and not  unemployment insurance Pregnancy disability  section updated
California – Notice to Employees – DI & Paid Family – Leave (Spanish) – Optional for all who are required to  participate in disability insurance  and paid family leave and not  unemployment insurance, and who  employ Spanish-speaking employees – Pregnancy disability  section updated

California – Human Trafficking  (Spanish) – Required for all businesses employed in  the following areas: (1) On-sale general  public premises licensees under the  Alcoholic Beverage Control Act (Division 9  (commencing with Section 23000) of the Business and Professions Code). (2) Adult or  sexually oriented businesses, as defined in  subdivision (a) of Section 318.5 of the Penal  Code. (3) Primary airports, as defined in  Section 47102(16) of Title 49 of the United  States Code. (4) Intercity passenger rail or  light rail stations. (5) Bus stations. (6) Truck  stops. For purposes of this section, truck  stop means a privately owned and operated  facility that provides food, fuel, shower or  other sanitary facilities, and lawful overnight  truck parking. (7) Emergency rooms within  general acute care hospitals. (8) Urgent care centers. (9) Farm labor contractors, as  defined in subdivision (b) of Section 1682  of the Labor Code. (10) Privately operated  job recruitment centers. (11) Roadside rest  areas. (12) Businesses or establishments  that offer massage or bodywork services  for compensation and are not described in  paragraph (1) of subdivision (b) of Section 4612 of the Business and Professions Code. – Hotels, motels and  bed and breakfasts  added as a required  category, phone  numbers added to poster; poster  reformatted

California – Human Trafficking  (Simplified Chinese) – Required for all businesses employed in  the following areas: (1) On-sale general  public premises licensees under the  Alcoholic Beverage Control Act (Division 9  (commencing with Section 23000) of the Business and Professions Code). (2) Adult or  sexually oriented businesses, as defined in  subdivision (a) of Section 318.5 of the Penal  Code. (3) Primary airports, as defined in  Section 47102(16) of Title 49 of the United  States Code. (4) Intercity passenger rail or  light rail stations. (5) Bus stations. (6) Truck  stops. For purposes of this section, truck  stop means a privately owned and operated  facility that provides food, fuel, shower or  other sanitary facilities, and lawful overnight  truck parking. (7) Emergency rooms within  general acute care hospitals. (8) Urgent care centers. (9) Farm labor contractors, as  defined in subdivision (b) of Section 1682  of the Labor Code. (10) Privately operated  job recruitment centers. (11) Roadside rest  areas. (12) Businesses or establishments  that offer massage or bodywork services  for compensation and are not described in  paragraph (1) of subdivision (b) of Section 4612 of the Business and Professions Code. – Hotels, motels and  bed and breakfasts  added as a required  category, phone  numbers added to poster; poster  reformatted

California – Notice to Employees –  UI & DI & Paid Family  Leave (Spanish) – Optional for employers  who provide  unemployment insurance,  disability insurance and  paid family leave to their employees, and  have Spanish-speaking  employees – Pregnancy  disability section  updated
California – California Law  Prohibits Workplace  Discrimination and  Harassment (Spanish) – Required for all employers  with Spanish-speaking  employees whose  workforce is made up of 10% or more non-  English-speaking, Spanish-  speaking employees – Law changed  regarding size of  employer affected
California – Your Rights and  Obligations as a  Pregnant Employee  (Spanish) – Optional for employers  whose workforce is made  up of any non-English-  speaking, Spanish-  speaking employees Law changed  regarding size of  employer affected;  verbiage updated
California – Family Care and  Medical Leave (CFRA  Leave) and Pregnancy  Disability Leave  (Spanish) – Required for employers  of 50 or more employees  whose workforce is made  up of 10% or more non-English-speaking, Spanish-  speaking employees – Law changed  regarding size of  employer affected  and distance  parameters
California – COVID-19 Food – Sector Workers  Poster – Required for food sector employers  with 500+ employees through the  end of the stay at home order – Law expired; poster inactivated
California – COVID-19 Non-Food  Sector Workers  Poster – Required for employers with 500 or  more employees nationwide. Also  applies to employers with health  care or emergency workers excluded  by their employer from the federal  law AND that employee has to show  up at work (not allowed to work  remotely) during the pandemic – Law expired; poster inactivated
California – COVID-19 Non-Food  Sector Workers  Poster (Spanish) – Optional for employers with  500 or more Spanish-speaking employees nationwide. Also applies  to employers with health care or  emergency workers excluded by  their employer from the federal law  AND that employee has to show up at work (not allowed to work remotely) during the pandemic – Law expired; poster inactivated
California – COVID-19 Food Sector Workers – Poster (Spanish) – Optional for all employers with  Spanish-speaking employees – Law expired; poster inactivated

  • Burlingame,  CA – Burlingame Minimum Wage – Required for all employers – Poster added to offering; effective 1/1/21
  • Burlingame,  CA – Burlingame Minimum Wage  (Spanish) – Required for all employers – Poster added to offering; effective  1/1/21
  • Cupertino, CA – Cupertino Minimum Wage – Required for all employers – Minimum wage rate updated; effective  1/1/21
  • Cupertino, CA – Cupertino Minimum Wage  (Spanish) – Optional for all employers – Minimum wage rate updated; effective  1/1/21
  • Cupertino, CA – Cupertino Minimum Wage  (Hindi) – Required for all employers – Minimum wage rate updated; effective  1/1/21
  • Cupertino, CA – Cupertino Minimum Wage  (Mandarin) – Required for all employers – Minimum wage rate updated; effective  1/1/21
  • East Palo Alto,  CA – East Palo Alto Minimum Wage – Required for all employers – Poster added to offering – East Palo Alto,  CA
  • East Palo Alto  Minimum Wage  (Spanish) – Optional for all employers – Poster added to offering
  • Cupertino, CA – Cupertino Minimum Wage (Vietnamese) –  Optional for all employers – Minimum wage rate updated; effective 1/1/21

January 1st,  2021

California – Safety & Health  Protection on the  Job – Required for all  employers – Statute update
California – WO 1 Manufacturing  Industry – Required for all  employers in the  manufacturing  industry – Minimum wage rate  updated; effective  1/1/21
California – WO 2 Personal – Service Industry – Required for all  employers in the  personal service  industry – Minimum wage rate  updated; effective  1/1/21
California – WO 3 Canning,  Freezing and  Preserving  Industry – Required for all  employers in the  canning, freezing and  preserving industries – Minimum wage rate  updated; effective  1/1/21
California – WO 4 Professional,  Technical and  Clerical Industries – Required for all  employers in the  professional, technical  and clerical industries – Minimum wage rate  updated; effective  1/1/21
California – WO 5 Public  Housekeeping  Industry – Required for all  employers in the  public housekeeping  industry – Minimum wage rate  updated; effective  1/1/21
California – WO 6 Laundry,  Linen Supply  and Dry Cleaning  Industries – Required for all  employers in the  laundry, linen supply  and dry cleaning  industries – Minimum wage rate  updated; effective  1/1/21
California – WO 7 Mercantile Industry – Required for all employers in the mercantile industry – Minimum wage rate updated; effective1/1/21
California – WO 8 Industries Handling Products After Harvest – Required for all employers in the handling products after harvest industries – Minimum wage rate updated; effective1/1/21
California – WO 9 Transportation industry – Required for all employers in the transportation industry – Minimum Wage rate updated; effective1/1/21
California – WO10  Amusement and Recreation Industry – Required for all employers in the amusement and recreation industries – Minimum wage rate updated; effective1/1/21
California – WO 11 Broadcasting Industry- Required for all employers in the broadcasting industry – Minimum wage rate updated; effective 1/1/21
California – WO 12 Motion  Picture Industry – Required for all  employers in the motion  picture industry – Minimum wage  rate updated;  effective 1/1/21
California – WO 13 Industries  Preparing Ag. Products for  Market – Required for all  employers in the  preparing ag. products  for market industry – Minimum wage  rate updated;  effective 1/1/21
California – WO 15 Household  Occupations – Required for all  employers in the  household occupations  industry – Minimum wage  rate updated;  effective 1/1/21
California – Minimum Wage – Optional for all  employers – Minimum wage rate  updated; effective  1/1/21
California – WO 16 – Construction,  Drilling, Logging  and Mining – Required for all  employers in the  construction,  drilling, logging and  mining industries – Minimum wage rate  updated; effective  1/1/21

  • Belmont, CA – Belmont Minimum  Wage – Required for all  employers – Minimum wage rate updated; effective 1/1/21
  • Half Moon  Bay, CA – Half Moon Bay  Minimum Wage – Required for all  employers – Poster added to offering
  • Half Moon  Bay, CA – Half Moon Bay  Minimum Wage  (Spanish) – Optional for all  employers – Poster added to offering
  • Los Altos, CA – Los Altos Minimum  Wage – Required for all  employers – Minimum wage rate updated; effective 1/1/21
  • Los Altos, CA – Los Altos Workers  Know Your Rights – Required for all  employers – Minimum wage rate updated; effective 1/1/21
  • Los Altos, CA – Los Altos Minimum  Wage (Spanish) Required for all  employers – Minimum wage rate updated; effective 1/1/21
  • Los Altos, CA – Los Altos Know  Your Rights  (Spanish) Required for all  employers – Minimum wage rate updated; effective 1/1/21
  • Los Altos CA Los Altos Minimum  Wage (Chinese) – Required for all  employers Minimum wage rate updated; effective 1/1/21
  • Los Altos, CA – Los Altos Know  Your Rights  (Chinese) Required for all  employers – Minimum wage rate updated; effective 1/1/21
  • Menlo Park,  CA – Menlo Park  Minimum Wage – Required for all  employers – Minimum wage rate  updated; effective  1/1/21
  • Menlo Park,  CA Menlo Park  Minimum Wage  (Spanish) – Required for all  employers with more  than 5% Spanish-  speaking employees – Minimum wage rate  updated; effective  1/1/21
  • Novato, CA – Novato Minimum Wage – Required for all  employers – Minimum wage rate  updated; effective  1/1/21
  • Novato, CA – Novato Minimum Wage (Spanish) – Required for all  employers with more  than 10% Spanish-  speaking employees – Minimum wage rate  updated; effective  1/1/21
  • Petaluma, CA – Petaluma  Minimum Wage – Required for all  employers Minimum wage rate  updated; effective  1/1/21
  • Petaluma, CA – Petaluma  Minimum Wage  (Spanish) – Required for all  employers – Minimum wage rate  updated; effective  1/1/21
  • San Jose, CA – San Jose Minimum  Wage – Required for San Jose employers – Minimum wage rate  updated; effective  1/1/21
  • San Jose, CA – San Jose Minimum  Wage (Spanish) – Required in San Jose  where 5% or more of the  employees at the work  site speak Spanish – Minimum wage rate  updated; effective  1/1/21
  • Santa Clara,  CA – Santa Clara  Minimum Wage – Required for all  employers Minimum wage rate  updated; effective  1/1/21
  • Santa Clara,  CA – Santa Clara  Minimum Wage  (Spanish) – Required for all  employers – Minimum wage rate  updated; effective  1/1/21
  • Santa Clara,  CA Santa Clara  Minimum Wage  (Chinese) – Required for all  employers – Minimum wage rate  updated; effective  1/1/21
  • Sonoma, CA – Sonoma Minimum  Wage – Required for all  employers – Minimum wage rate  updated; effective  1/1/21
  • Sonoma, CA – Sonoma Minimum  Wage (Spanish) – Required for all  employers with more  than 10% Spanish-  speaking employees – Minimum wage rate  updated; effective  1/1/21

Required for Some

  • San Francisco,  CA – San Francisco  Minimum  Compensation  Ordinance – Required for employers  with city or county  contracts
  • San Jose, CA – San Jose Minimum  Wage (Vietnamese) – Required in San Jose  where 5% or more of the  employees at the work  site speak Vietnamese
  • San Jose, CA – San Jose Minimum  Wage (Chinese) – Required in San Jose  where 5% or more of the  employees at the work  site speak Chinese

December 1st,  2020

California – WO 14Agricultural Occupations – Required for all employers in the agricultural industry – Minimum wage rate updated; effective 1/1/2021
California – WO17 – Miscellaneous Employees – Required for all employers in miscellaneous industries – Minimum wage rate updated; effective 1/1/2021

  • Mountain View, CA – Mountain View Minimum Wage – Required for all employers – Minimum wage rate updated; effective 1/1/2021
  • Mountain View, CA – Mountain View Minimum Wage (Spanish) – Required where more than 5% of the workforce speaks Spanish – Minimum wage rate updated; effective 1/1/2021
  • Oakland, CA – Oakland Minimum Wage – Required for all employers – Minimum wage rate updated; effective 1/1/2021
  • Oakland, CA – Oakland Minimum Wage (Spanish) – Required for any employers who have more than10% Spanish-speaking employees – Minimum wage rate updated; effective 1/1/2021
  • Redwood City, CA – Redwood City Minimum Wage – Required for all employers – Minimum wage rate updated; effective 1/1/2021
  • Redwood City, CA – Redwood City Minimum Wage (Spanish) – Optional for all employers – Minimum wage rate updated; effective 1/1/2021
  • Richmond, CA – Richmond Minimum Wage – Required for all employers – Minimum wage rate updated; effective1/1/2021
  • Richmond, CA – Richmond Minimum Wage (Spanish) – Required for all employers with more than 5% Spanish-speaking employees – Minimum wage rate updated; effective1/1/2021
  • San Francisco, CA – San Francisco Health Care Security Ordinance – Required for nonprofit organizations in San Francisco with 50 or more employees, and required for all other employers with 20 or more employees – Minimum wage rate updated; effective1/1/2021
  • South San Francisco, CA – South San Francisco Minimum Wage – Required for all employers – Minimum wage rate updated; effective1/1/2021
  • South San Francisco, CA – South San Francisco Minimum Wage (Spanish) – Required for all employers with Spanish-speaking only employees – Minimum wage rate updated; effective1/1/2021
  • Sunnyvale, CA – Sunnyvale Minimum Wage – Required for all employers – Minimum wage rate updated; effective 1/1/2021
  • Sunnyvale, CA – Sunnyvale Minimum Wage (Spanish) – Required for all employers – Minimum wage rate updated; effective 1/1/2021
  • Sunnyvale, CA – Sunnyvale Minimum Wage (Chinese) – Required for all employers – Minimum wage rate updated; effective 1/1/2021
  • Sunnyvale, CA – Sunnyvale Know Your Rights – Required for all employers – Minimum wage rate updated; effective 1/1/2021
  • Sunnyvale, CA – Sunnyvale Know Your Rights (Spanish) – Required for all employers – Minimum wage rate updated; effective 1/1/2021
  • Sunnyvale, CA – Sunnyvale Know Your Rights (Chinese) – Required for all employers – Minimum wage rate updated; effective 1/1/2021

          Non-required updates

  • Oakland, CA – Oakland Paid Sick Leave – Required for all employers – Agency name updated
  • Oakland, CA – Oakland Paid Sick Leave (Spanish) – Required for any employers who have more than 10% Spanish-speaking employees – Agency name updated
  • Oakland, CA – Oakland Service Charge Law – Required for all employers who own, control or operate any part of a hotel, restaurant or banquet facility within Oakland – Agency name updated
  • Oakland, CA – Oakland Service Charge Law (Spanish) – Required for all employers who own, control or operate any part of a hotel, restaurant or banquet facility within Oakland and who employ more than 10% Spanish-speaking employees – Agency name updated
  • Oakland, CA – Oakland Minimum Wage (Chinese) – Required for all employers with more than 10% Chinese speakers – Minimum wage rate updated; effective1/1/2021
  • Oakland, CA – Oakland Paid Sick Leave (Chinese) – Required for employers with more than 10% Chinese speakers – Agency name updated
  • Oakland, CA – Oakland Service Charge Law (Chinese) – Required for all employers with more than 10% Chinese speakers – Agency name updated
  • Oakland, CA – Oakland Minimum Wage (Vietnamese) – Required for all employers with 10% Vietnamese speakers – Minimum wage rate – updated; effective1/1/2021
  • Oakland, CA – Oakland Paid Sick Leave (Vietnamese) – Required for all employers with 10% Vietnamese speakers – Agency name updated
  • Oakland, CA – Oakland Service Charge Law (Vietnamese) – Required for all employers with 10% Vietnamese speakers – Agency name updated
  • Redwood City, CA – Redwood City Minimum Wage (Chinese) – Optional for all employers – Minimum wage rate – updated; effective1/1/2021

November 1st,  2020

  • Daly City, CA – Daly City Minimum Wage – Required for all employers – Minimum wage rate updated; effective 1/1/2021
  • Daly City, CA – Daly City Minimum Wage (Spanish) – Optional for all employers – Minimum wage rate updated; effective 1/1/2021
  • El Cerrito, CA – El Cerrito Minimum Wage – Required for all employers – Minimum wage rate updated; effective 1/1/2021
  • El Cerrito, CA – El Cerrito Minimum Wage (Spanish) – Required for all employers with 10% or more Spanish speaking employees – Minimum wage rate updated; effective 1/1/2021
  • Hayward City, CA – Hayward City Minimum Wage – Every employer shall post such notices in the top three languages spoken in the city – Poster added to offering
  • Hayward City, CA – Hayward City Minimum Wage (Spanish) – Every employer shall post such notices in the top three languages spoken in the city – Poster added to offering
  • Hayward City, CA – Hayward City Minimum Wage (Chinese) – Every employer shall post such notices in the top three languages spoken in the city – Poster added to offering
  • Palo Alto, CA – Palo Alto Minimum Wage – Required for all employers – Minimum wage rate updated; effective 1/1/2021
  • Palo Alto, CA – Palo Alto Minimum Wage (Spanish) – Required for all employers – Minimum wage rate updated; effective 1/1/2021
  • San Carlos, CA – San Carlos Minimum Wage – Required for all employers – Poster added to offering
  • San Carlos, CA – San Carlos Minimum Wage (Spanish) – Optional for all employers – Poster added to offering
  • San Diego, CA – San Diego Minimum Wage – Required for all employers – Minimum wage rate updated; effective 1/1/2021
  • San Diego, CA – San Diego Minimum Wage (Spanish) – Required for all employers with 5% or more Spanishspeaking employees – Minimum wage rate updated; effective 1/1/2021
  • San Mateo, CA – San Mateo Minimum Wage – Required for all employers – Minimum wage rate updated; effective 1/1/2021
  • San Mateo, CA – San Mateo Minimum Wage (Spanish) – Optional for all employers Minimum wage rate updated; effective 1/1/2021
  • Santa Rosa, CA – Santa Rosa Minimum Wage – Required for all employers – Minimum wage rate updated; effective 1/1/2021
  • Santa Rosa, CA – Santa Rosa Minimum Wage (Spanish) – Required for employers with over 10% Spanish speaking employees Minimum wage rate updated; effective 1/1/2021

October 1st, 2020

California – COVID-19 Non-Food Sector Workers – Required for employers with 500 or more employees nationwide. Also applies to employers with healthcare or emergency workers excluded by their employer from the federal law and that employee has to show up at work (not allowed to
work remotely) during the pandemic Poster added to offering.
California – COVID-19 Non- Food Sector Workers (Spanish) – Optional for employers with 500 or more Spanish-  speaking employees nationwide. Also applies to employers with healthcare or emergency workers excluded by their employer from the federal law and that employee has to show up at work (not allowed to work remotely) during the pandemic – Poster added to offering.
California – COVID-19 Food Sector  Workers (Spanish) – Optional for food sector  employers with 500+  employees through the  end of the stay at home  order – Poster added to offering

September 1st, 2020

California – WageOrder#9TransportationIndustry – Required for all employers in the transportation industry
California – Wage Order #10 Amusement and Recreation Industry – Required for all employers in the amusement and recreation industries
California – Wage Order #16 Construction, Drilling, Logging and Mining – Required for all employers in the construction, drilling, logging and mining industries
California – Wage Order #9 Transportation Industry (Spanish) – Required for all employers in the transportation industry with workers who speak and read only Spanish
California – Wage Order #16 Construction, Drilling, Logging and Mining (Spanish) – Required for all employers in the construction, drilling, logging and mining industries with workers who speak and read only Spanish
California – COVID-19 Food – Sector Workers Poster – Required for food sector employers with 500+ employees through the end of the stay at home order

  • Oakland, CA – Oakland Living Wage – Required for any employer who is a city financial assistance recipient, contractor, or subcontractor
  • Oakland, CA – Oakland Minimum Wage (Chinese) – Required for all employers with more than 10% Chinese speakers
  • Oakland, CA – Oakland Paid Sick Leave (Chinese) – Required for all employers with more than 10% Chinese speakers
  • Oakland, CA – Oakland Service Charge Law (Chinese) – Required for all employers with more than 10% Chinese speakers
  • Oakland, CA – Oakland Minimum Wage (Vietnamese) – Required for all employers with 10% Vietnamese speakers
  • Oakland, CA – Oakland Paid Sick Leave (Vietnamese) – Required for all employers with 10% Vietnamese speakers
  • Oakland, CA – Oakland Service Charge Law (Vietnamese) – Required for all employers with 10% Vietnamese speakers

August 1st, 2020 All posters are current

July 1st, 2020

  • Alameda, CA – Alameda Minimum Wage – Required for all employers Minimum wage rate updated; effective 7/1/2020
  • Alameda, CA – Alameda Minimum Wage (Spanish) – Optional for all employers
  • Oakland, CA – Oakland Emergency Paid Sick Leave – Required for all businesses that employed 50 or more employees between 2/3/2020 and 3/4/2020. It also applies to unregistered janitorial employers of any size, and franchises with fewer than 50 employees associated with a franchisor or network of franchises employing more than 500 employees in total – Poster added to offering
  • Oakland, CA – Oakland Emergency Paid Sick Leave (Spanish) – Optional for all employers
  • Santa Monica, CA Santa Monica Minimum Wage – Required for all employers  – Minimum wage rate updated; effective 7/1/2020
  • Santa Monica, CA – Santa Monica Minimum Wage (Spanish) – Required for all employers
  • Santa Rosa, CA Santa Rosa Minimum Wage – Required for all employers Poster added to offering
  • Santa Rosa, CA – Santa Rosa Minimum Wage (Spanish) – Required for employers with over 10% Spanish- speaking employees
  • San Francisco, CA – San Francisco Minimum Compensation Ordinance – Required for employers with city or county contracts – Minimum wage rate updated; effective 7/1/2020
  • San Francisco, CA San Francisco Health Care Accountability Ordinance – Required for employers with city or county contracts
  • San Francisco, CA – San Francisco Minimum Compensation Ordinance (Spanish) – Required for employers with city contracts and with 5% or more Spanish-speaking employees
  • San Francisco, CA – San Francisco Health Care Accountability Ordinance (Spanish) – Required for all employers with city or county contracts, 5% or more of whom speak Spanish
  • Santa Monica, CA – Santa Monica Hotel Worker Living Wage (Spanish) – Required for all hotel employers
  • Santa Monica, CA Santa Monica Hotel Worker Living Wage – Required for all hotel employers – Minimum wage rate updated; effective 7/1/2020

June 1st, 2020

California – COVID-19 Food Sector Workers – Required for food sector employers with 500 or more employees through the end of the stay at home order – Poster added to the offering

  • Berkeley, CA – Berkeley Minimum Wage – Required for all employers Minimum wage rate updated; effective 7/1/2020
  • Berkeley, CA – Berkeley Minimum Wage (Spanish) – Required if more than 5% of workforce is Spanish-speaking – Minimum wage rate updated; effective 7/1/2020
  • Berkeley, CA – Berkeley Minimum Wage (Chinese) – Required if more than 5% of workforce is Chineses peaking – Minimum wage rate updated; effective 7/1/2020 – Minimum wage rate updated; effective 7/1/2020
  • Berkeley, CA – Berkeley Minimum Wage (Tagalog) Required if more than 5% of the workforce is Tagalog speaking – Minimum wage rate updated; effective 7/1/2020
  • Berkeley, CA – Berkeley Minimum Wage (Vietnamese) – Required if more than 5% of workforce is Vietnamese-speaking – Minimum wage rate updated; effective 7/1/2020
  • Berkeley, CA – Berkeley Minimum Wage (Cambodian) – Required if more than 5% of workforce is Cambodian-speaking – Minimum wage rate updated; effective 7/1/2020
  • Emeryville, CA – Emeryville Labor Laws – Required for all employers
    Minimum wage rate updated; effective 7/1/2020
  • Emeryville, CA – Emeryville Labor Laws (Spanish) -Required for all employers with more than 10% Spanishspeaking employees – Minimum wage rate updated; effective 7/1/2020
  • Emeryville, CA – Emeryville Labor Laws (Chinese) – Required for all employers with more than 10% Chinese-speaking employees – Minimum wage rate updated; effective 7/1/2020
  • Milpitas, CA Milpitas – Minimum Wage – Required for all employers
    Minimum wage rate updated; effective 7/1/2020
  • Milpitas, CA – Milpitas Minimum Wage (Vietnamese) -Required for all employers – Minimum wage rate updated; effective 7/1/2020
  • Milpitas, CA – Milpitas Minimum Wage (Chinese) – Required for all employers – Minimum wage rate updated; effective 7/1/2020
  • Milpitas, CA – Milpitas Know Your Rights – Required for all employers – Minimum wage rate updated; effective 7/1/2020
  • Milpitas, CA – Milpitas Know Your Rights (Vietnamese) -Required for all employers -Minimum wage rate updated; effective 7/1/2020
  • Milpitas, CA – Milpitas Know Your Rights (Chinese) – Required for all employers – Minimum wage rate updated; effective 7/1/2020
  • Pasadena, CA Pasadena Minimum Wage 26 or More – Required for all employers with 26 or more employees – Minimum wage rate updated; effective 7/1/2020
  • Pasadena, CA – Pasadena Minimum Wage 26 or More (Spanish) -Required for all employers with 26 or more employees and of which 5% or more are Spanish-speaking – Minimum wage rate updated; effective 7/1/2020
  • Pasadena, CA – Pasadena Minimum Wage 25 or Fewer – Required for all employers with 25 or fewer employees – Minimum wage rate updated; effective 7/1/2020
  • Pasadena, CA – Pasadena Minimum Wage 25 or Fewer (Spanish) -Required for all employers with 25 or fewer employees and of which 5% or more are Spanishspeaking – Minimum wage rate updated; effective 7/1/2020
  • San Francisco, CA – San Francisco Minimum Wage – Required for all San Francisco employers – Minimum wage rate updated; effective 7/1/2020 – Minimum wage rate updated; effective 7/1/2020San Leandro, CA – San Leandro Minimum Wage – Required for all employers – Minimum wage rate updated; effective 7/1/2020
  • San Leandro, CA – San Leandro Minimum Wage (Spanish) – Required for all employers – Minimum wage rate updated; effective 7/1/2020
  • San Leandro, CA – San Leandro Minimum Wage (Chinese) – Required for all employers – Minimum wage rate updated; effective 7/1/2020
  • San Leandro, CA – San Leandro Minimum Wage (Tagalog) – Required for all employers – Minimum wage rate updated; effective 7/1/2020
  • San Leandro, CA – San Leandro Minimum Wage (Vietnamese) – Required for all employers – Minimum wage rate updated; effective 7/1/2020

Required Updates – Spanish

California – Safety & Health  Protection on the  Job (Spanish) – Required for all  employers who have  employees who only  speak Spanish – Statute updated
California – Minimum Wage  (Spanish) – Required for all  employers with  workers who speak  and read only Spanish – Minimum wage rate  updated; effective  1/1/21
California – WO 1 Manufacturing  Industry (Spanish) – Required for all  employers in the  manufacturing  industry with workers  who speak and read  only Spanish – Minimum wage rate  updated; effective  1/1/21
California – WO 2 Personal  Service Industry  (Spanish) – Required for all  employers in the  personal service  industry with workers  who speak and read  only Spanish Minimum wage rate  updated; effective  1/1/21
California – WO 3 Canning,  Freezing and  Preserving  Industry (Spanish) – Required for all  employers in the  canning, freezing and  preserving industries  with workers who  speak and read only  Spanish – Minimum wage rate  updated; effective  1/1/21
California – WO 4 Professional,  Technical and  Clerical Industries  (Spanish) – Required for all employers  in the professional,  technical and clerical  industries with workers  who speak and read only  Spanish – Minimum wage  rate updated;  effective 1/1/21
California – WO 5 Public  Housekeeping  Industry (Spanish) – Required for all employers  in the housekeeping  industry with workers  who speak and read only  Spanish – Minimum wage  rate updated;  effective 1/1/21
California – WO 6 Laundry,  Linen Supply  and Dry Cleaning  Industries (Spanish) – Required for all employers  in the laundry, linen  supply and dry cleaning  industries with workers  who speak and read only  Spanish – Minimum wage  rate updated;  effective 1/1/21
California – WO 7 Mercantile  Industry (Spanish) – Required for all employers  in the mercantile industry  with workers who speak  and read only Spanish – Minimum wage  rate updated;  effective 1/1/21
California – WO 8 Industries  Handling Products  After Harvest  (Spanish) – Required for all employers  in the handling of  products after harvest  industries with workers  who speak and read only  Spanish – Minimum wage  rate updated;  effective 1/1/21
California – WO 9 Transportation  Industry (Spanish) – Required for all employers  in the transportation  industry with workers  who speak and read only  Spanish – Minimum wage  rate updated;  effective 1/1/21
California – WO 10 Amusement  and Recreation  Industry (Spanish) – Required for all employers  in the amusement and  recreation industries with  workers who speak and  read only Spanish Minimum wage  rate updated;  effective 1/1/21
California – WO 11 – Broadcasting  Industry (Spanish) – Required for all employers  in the broadcasting  industry with workers  who speak and read only  Spanish Minimum wage  rate updated;  effective 1/1/21
California – WO 12 Motion  Picture Industry  (Spanish) – Required for all employers  in the motion picture  industry with workers  who speak and read only  Spanish Minimum wage  rate updated;  effective 1/1/21
California – WO 13 Industries  Preparing Ag. Products for  Market (Spanish) – Required for all employers  in the preparing of ag.  products for market  industry with workers  who speak and read only  Spanish Minimum wage  rate updated;  effective 1/1/21
California – WO 14 Agricultural  Occupations  (Spanish) – Required for all employers  in the agricultural industry  with workers who speak  and read only Spanish Minimum wage  rate updated;  effective 1/1/21
California – WO 15 Household  Occupations  (Spanish) – Required for all employers  in the household  occupations industry with  workers who speak and  read only Spanish Minimum wage  rate updated;  effective 1/1/21
California – WO 16 – Construction,  Drilling, Logging  and Mining  (Spanish) – Required for all employers  in the construction,  drilling, logging and  mining industries with  workers who speak and  read only Spanish – Minimum wage  rate updated;  effective 1/1/21
California – WO 17 Miscellaneous  Employees  (Spanish) – Required for all employers  in miscellaneous  industries with workers  who speak and read only  Spanish – Minimum wage  rate updated;  effective 1/1/21

Non-Required Updates

California – WO 1 Manufacturing Industry – Required for all employers in the manufacturing industry – Santa Ana address updated
California – WO 2 – Personal Service Industry – Required for all employers in the personal service industry – Santa Ana address updated
California – WO 4 Professional, Technical, Clerical Industries – Required for all employers in the professional, technical and clerical industries – Santa Ana address updated
California – WO 5 Public Housekeeping Industry – Required for all employers in the public housekeeping industry – Santa Ana address updated
California – WO 6 Laundry, Linen Supply, Dry Cleaning Industries – Required for all employers in the laundry, linen supply, and dry-cleaning industries – Santa Ana address updated
California – WO 7 Mercantile Industry – Required for all employers in the mercantile industry – Santa Ana address updated
California – WO 8 Industries Handling Products After Harvest – Required for all employers in the handling products after harvest industries – Santa Ana address updated
California – WO 11 Broadcasting Industry – Required for all employers in the broadcasting industry – Santa Ana address updated
California – WO 12 Motion Picture Industry – Required for all employers in the motion picture industry – Santa Ana address updated
California – WO 13 Industries Preparing Ag Products For Market – Required for all employers in the preparing ag. products for market industries – Santa Ana address updated
California – WO 15 Household Occupations – Required for all employers in the household occupations industry – Santa Ana address updated
California – WO 1 Manufacturing Industry (Spanish) – Required for all employers in the manufacturing industry with workers who speak and read only Spanish – Santa Ana address updated
California – WO 2 Personal Service Industry (Spanish) – Required for all employers in the personal service industry with workers who speak and read only Spanish – Santa Ana address updated
California – WO 3 Canning, Freezing and Preserving Industry (Spanish) – Required for all employers in the canning, freezing and preserving industries with workers who speak and read only Spanish – Santa Ana address updated
California – WO 4 Professional, Technical and Clerical Industries (Spanish) – Required for all employers in the professional, technical and clerical industries with workers who speak and read only Spanish – Santa Ana address updated
California – WO 5 Public Housekeeping Industry (Spanish) – Required for all employers in the public housekeeping industry with workers who speak and read only Spanish – Santa Ana address updated
California – WO 6 Laundry, Linen Supply, Dry Cleaning & Dyeing Industries (Spanish) – Required for all employers in the laundry, linen supply, dry cleaning and dyeing industries with workers who speak and read only Spanish – Santa Ana address updated
California – WO 7 Mercantile Industry (Spanish) – Required for all employers in the mercantile industry with workers who speak and read only Spanish – Santa Ana address updated
California – WO 8 Industries Handling Products After Harvest (Spanish) – Required for all employers in the handling of products after harvest industries with workers who speak and read only Spanish – Santa Ana address updated
California – WO 10 Amusement and Recreation Industry (Spanish) – Required for all employers in the amusement and recreation industry with workers who speak and read only Spanish       – Santa Ana address updated
California – WO 11 Broadcasting Industry (Spanish) – Required for all employers in the broadcasting industry with workers who speak and read only Spanish – Santa Ana address updated
California – WO 12 Motion Picture Industry (Spanish) – Required for all employers in the motion picture industry with workers who speak and read only Spanish – Santa Ana address updated
California – WO 13 Industries Preparing Ag Products for Market (Spanish) – Required for all employers in the preparing ag. products for market industries with workers who speak and read only Spanish – Santa Ana address updated
California – WO 15 Household Occupations (Spanish) – Required for all employers in the household occupations industry with workers who speak and read only Spanish – Santa Ana address updated
California – Transgender Rights (Spanish) – Required for all employers with Spanish-speaking employees whose workforce is made up of 10% or more non-English-speaking, Spanish speaking employees – Transexual changed to transgender in Spanish
California – COVID-19 Food Sector Workers – Required for food sector employers with 500+ employees through the end of the stay at home order – Verbiage updated

  • San Mateo, CA – San Mateo Minimum Wage (Chinese) – Optional for all employers – Minimum wage rate updated; effective 1/1/2021

Colorado

Update Log:

April 1st,  2021 All posters are current

March 1st,  2021 All posters are current

February 1st,  2021

Colorado – Colorado Overtime  and Minimum Pay  Standards Order #37  (Spanish) – Optional for all  employers with  Spanish-speaking  employees – Minimum wage rate  updated; effective  1/1/21
Colorado – Paid Leave &  Whistleblower  (Spanish) – Optional for all  employers – Poster edited and  reworded to reflect  2021 updates

January 1st,  2021

Colorado – Colorado  Overtime and  Minimum Pay  Standards Order  #37 – Required for all  employers – Minimum wage rate  updated; effective  1/1/21
Colorado – Paid Leave & Whistleblower – Required for all  employers – Poster edited and  reworded to reflect  2021 updates

  • Denver, CO – Denver Minimum Wage – Required for all  employers with the  Denver city and county  area – Minimum wage rate  updated; effective  1/1/21

December 1st,  2020 All posters are current

November 1st,  2020 All posters are current

October 1st, 2020

Colorado – Employment  Discrimination – Required for all employers – Statutory update  added
Colorado – Public  Accommodations  Discrimination – Required for employers  in places of public  accommodation – Statutory update  added
Colorado – Employment Discrimination (Spanish) – Optional for all employers with Spanish-speaking employees – Housing section deleted and made into  new poster; Public Accommodations section  deleted and made into  new poster; Pregnancy  poster removed and  information added to  this poster
Colorado – Pregnant Workers  Fairness Act Notice  (Spanish) – Optional for all  employers – Poster inactivated and  information added to  LCO07
Colorado – Public  Accommodations  Discrimination  (Spanish) – Optional for all  employers in places of  public accommodation  with Spanish-speaking  employees – Poster added to offering
Colorado – Housing  Discrimination – Required for every real estate broker or agent, home builder, home mortgage lender and all other persons who transfer, rent or finance real estate -Statutory update added  to poster
Colorado – Colorado Overtime  and Minimum Pay  Standards Order #36  (Spanish) – Optional for all employers  with Spanish-speaking  employees – Header reformatted
Colorado – Paid Leave &  Whistleblower – Required for all employers – Minor agency typographical  errors corrected
Colorado – Housing  Discrimination  (Spanish) – Optional for every real  estate broker or agent,  home builder, home  mortgage lender and  all other persons who  transfer, rent or finance real estate with Spanish-  speaking employees – Poster added to offering; removed from LCO07

August 1st, 2020September 1st, 2020 All posters are current

Colorado – Paid Leave & Whistleblower – Required for all employers – Poster added to offering

July 1st, 2020 All posters are current

June 1st, 2020 All posters are current


Connecticut

Update Log:

April 1st,  2021 All posters are current

March 1st,  2021 All posters are current

February 1st,  2021 All posters are current

January 1st,  2021 All posters are current

December 1st,  2020 All posters are current

November 1st,  2020 All posters are current

October 1st, 2020 All posters are current

September 1st, 2020 All posters are current

August 1st, 2020

Connecticut – Wage & Workplace Administrative Regulations (Minimum Wage)(Wage Order) – Required for all employers – Minimum wage rate updated; effective 9/1/2020
Connecticut – Summary of Act Increasing the Minimum Fair Act – Temporarily required until new poster released – Poster inactivated

July 1st, 2020 All posters are current

June 1st, 2020 All posters are current


Delaware

Update Log:

April 1st,  2021 All posters are current

March 1st,  2021 All posters are current

February 1st,  2021 All posters are current

January 1st,  2021 All posters are current

December 1st,  2020 All posters are current

November 1st,  2020 All posters are current

October 1st, 2020 All posters are current

September 1st, 2020 All posters are current

August 1st, 2020 All posters are current

July 1st, 2020 All posters are current

June 1st, 2020 All posters are current


District of Columbia

Update Log:

April 1st,  2021 All posters are current

March 1st,  2021 All posters are current

February 1st,  2021 All posters are current

January 1st,  2021

District of  Columbia – Time Off to Vote – Required for all employers

December 1st,  2020

District of Columbia – FMLA During COVID-19 – Required for all employers – Expiration date extended

November 1st,  2020 All posters are current

October 1st, 2020

District of  Columbia – FMLA During  COVID-19 – Required for all employers – Expiration date  extended

September 1st, 2020 All posters are current

August 1st, 2020

District of Columbia – FMLA During COVID-19 – Required for all employers – Amendment updated and date extended

July 1st, 2020

District of Columbia – No Smoking – Required for all employers – E-cigarettes added to poster
District of Columbia – Workers’ Compensation (Spanish) – Optional for all employers with Spanish-speaking employees – Poster reformatted

June 1st, 2020

  • Paid Family Leave – Required for all employers – Verbiage updated
  • Paid Family Leave (Spanish) -Required for all employers – Poster updated and reformatted
  • Paid Family Leave (Korean) – Required for all employers – Poster added to the offering
  • Paid Family Leave (Vietnamese) – Required for all employers – Poster added to the offering
  • Paid Family Leave (Chinese) – Required for all employers – Poster added to the offering
  • Paid Family Leave (French) – Required for all employers – Poster added to the offering
  • Paid Family Leave (Amharic) – Required for all employers – Poster added to the offering

Florida

Update Log:

April 1st,  2021 All posters are current

March 1st,  2021

  • Broward County, FL – Broward County Living Wage – Required for service contractors and subcontractors of service contractors that provide covered services pursuant to a county service contract – Living wage updated; effective 1/1/2021

February 1st,  2021 All posters are current

January 1st,  2021

Required for Some

Florida – E-Verify – Required for public employers,  contractors, subcontractors,  and private employers who have a contract with public employer or apply for  taxpayer-funded incentives  through the state Department  of Economic Opportunity
Florida – Right to Work – Required for public employers,  contractors, subcontractors,  and private employers who have a contract with public employer or apply for  taxpayer-funded incentives  through the state Department  of Economic Opportunity
Florida – Right to Work  (Spanish) Required for public employers,  contractors, subcontractors,  and private employers who have a contract with public employer or apply for  taxpayer-funded incentives  through the state Department  of Economic Opportunity

December 1st,  2020 All posters are current

November 1st,  2020

Florida – Minimum Wage Required for all employers – Minimum wage rate updated; effective 1/1/2021
Florida – Minimum Wage (Spanish) – Optional for all employers with Spanish-speaking employees – Minimum wage rate updated; effective 1/1/2021
Florida – Human Trafficking – Required for employers in healthcare professions licensed by the following boards: Acupuncture, Medicine, Osteopathic Medicine, Chiropractic Medicine, Podiatric Medicine, Optometry, Pharmacy, Dentistry, Nursing Home Administration, Occupational Therapy, Dietetics and Nutrition, Respiratory Care, Massage Therapy, and Physical Therapy – Poster added to offering

October 1st, 2020 All posters are current

September 1st, 2020 All posters are current

August 1st, 2020 All posters are current

July 1st, 2020

  • Pinellas County, FL – Pinellas County Wage Theft (Spanish) – Optional for all employers Poster added to offering
  • Gainesville, FL – Gainesville Living Wage – Required for city contractors – Living wage updated; effective 7/1/2020

June 1st, 2020 All posters are current


Georgia

Update Log:

April 1st,  2021 All posters are current

March 1st,  2021 All posters are current

February 1st,  2021 All posters are current

January 1st,  2021 All posters are current

December 1st,  2020 All posters are current

November 1st,  2020 All posters are current

October 1st, 2020 All posters are current

September 1st, 2020 All posters are current

August 1st, 2020 All posters are current

July 1st, 2020 All posters are current

June 1st, 2020 All posters are current


Hawaii

Update Log:

April 1st,  2021 All posters are current

March 1st,  2021 All posters are current

February 1st,  2021 All posters are current

January 1st,  2021 All posters are current

December 1st,  2020 All posters are current

November 1st,  2020

Hawaii – Unemployment Insurance Law – Required for all employers – COVID-19 contact information added

Non-Required Updates

Hawaii – Disability Compensation Law Required for all employers Director name updated
Hawaii – Wage and Hour Laws Required for all employers Director name updated
Hawaii – Occupational Safety and Health Laws Required for all employers – Director name updated
Hawaii –  Laws Prohibiting Employment Discrimination – Required for all employers Director name updated
Hawaii – Required Notice to Dislocated Workers/ Plant Closings – Required for all employers Director name updated

October 1st, 2020 All posters are current

September 1st, 2020 All posters are current

August 1st, 2020 All posters are current

July 1st, 2020 All posters are current

June 1st, 2020 All posters are current


Idaho

Update Log:

April 1st,  2021 All posters are current

March 1st,  2021 All posters are current

February 1st,  2021 All posters are current

January 1st,  2021 All posters are current

December 1st,  2020 All posters are current

November 1st,  2020 All posters are current

October 1st, 2020 All posters are current

September 1st, 2020 All posters are current

August 1st, 2020 All posters are current

July 1st, 2020 All posters are current

June 1st, 2020 All posters are current


Illinois

Update Log:

April 1st,  2021 All posters are current

March 1st,  2021

Illinois – Sexual Harassment  and Discrimination  (Spanish) – Optional for all  employers – Poster added to offering

February 1st,  2021 All posters are current

January 1st,  2021

Illinois – Your Rights  Under Illinois – Employment Laws – Required for all  employers – Minimum wage rate  updated; effective  1/1/21

  • Chicago, IL – Chicago Minimum  Wage/Paid Sick  Leave (Spanish) – Required for any  employer with Spanish-  speaking employees who  work at least two hours  while physically present  in the city within a two-  week period – Human trafficking  section added to  poster

Required Updates – Spanish

Illinois – Your Rights  Under Illinois – Employment Laws  (Spanish) – Optional for all employers  with Spanish-speaking  employees – Minimum wage  rate updated;  effective 1/1/21

Required For Some

Illinois – Human Trafficking – Required for on the  premise consumption  retailer licensees, adult  entertainment facilities,  primary airports, intercity  passenger rail or light rail  stations, bus stations,  truck stops, emergency rooms within general acute  care hospitals, urgent care centers, farm labor  contractors, privately-  operated recruitment  centers, hotels and motels

  • Chicago, IL – Chicago Minimum  Wage (Polish) – Required for any  employer with Polish-  speaking employees who  work at least two hours  while physically present  in the city within a two-  week period

December 1st,  2020

Non-required Update

Illinois – Illinois Servicemember Employment & Reemployment Rights Act(ISERRA) – Required for all employers – Minor verbiage updated

  • Chicago, IL – Chicago Minimum Wage/Paid Sick Leave – Required for any employer who has employees who work at least two hours while physically present in the city within a two-week period – Human Trafficking section added

November 1st,  2020 All posters are current

October 1st, 2020

  • Chicago, IL – Chicago Minimum Wage/Paid Sick  Leave – Required for any  employer who has  employees who work  at least two hours while physically present in the  city within a two-week  period – City corrected  juvenile overtime  minimum wage
  • Chicago, IL – Chicago Minimum Wage/Paid Sick  Leave (Spanish) – Required for any  employer with Spanish-  speaking employees  who work at least two  hours while physically  present in the city within  a two-week period – City corrected  juvenile overtime  minimum wage

Illinois – COVID-19 – Workplace Health and Safety Guidance for Employees and Staff of Businesses – Required for businesses maintaining in-person operations – Symptoms section expanded

Chicago, IL – Chicago Minimum Wage (Polish) – Required for any employer with Polish-speaking employees who work at least two hours while physically present in the city within a two-week period – City correction of juvenile overtime minimum wage

September 1st, 2020 All posters are current

August 1st, 2020

Illinois – Your Rights Under Illinois Employment Laws – Required for all employers – Minimum wage rate updated; effective 7/1/2020
Illinois – Victims’ Economic Security and Safety Act (VESSA) – Required for all employers – Poster added to offering

  • Cook County, IL – Cook County Minimum Wage – Required for all employers – Minimum wage rate updated; effective 7/1/2020

July 1st, 2020

  • Chicago, IL – Chicago Minimum Wage – Required for any employer who has employees who work at least two hours while physically present in the city within a two-week period – Minimum wage rate updated; effective 7/1/2020
  • Chicago, IL – Chicago Minimum Wage (Spanish) – Required for any employer with Spanish- speaking employees who work at least two hours while physically present in the city within a two-week period – Minimum wage rate updated; effective 7/1/2020
  • Chicago, IL – Chicago Fair Workweek – Required for employers primarily engaged in a covered industry (building services, healthcare, hotel, manufacturing, restaurant, retail, or warehouse services) that employ 100 or more employees (250 for not for profits), at least 50 of whom are covered by the ordinance. – Poster added to offering

June 1st, 2020

Illinois – COVID-19 Workplace Health and Safety Guidance for Employees and Staff of Businesses – Required for businesses maintaining in-person operations – Poster added to the offering


Indiana

Update Log:

April 1st,  2021 All posters are current

March 1st,  2021 All posters are current

February 1st,  2021 All posters are current

January 1st,  2021 All posters are current

December 1st,  2020

Indiana – Teen Worker Hour Restrictions – Required for all employers who employ minors – Clarification of hours updated

November 1st,  2020 All posters are current

October 1st, 2020 All posters are current

September 1st, 2020 All posters are current

August 1st, 2020 All posters are current

July 1st, 2020 All posters are current

June 1st, 2020

Teen Worker Hour Restrictions (Child Labor) – Required for all employers who employ minors – Federal information removed from the poster


Iowa

Update Log:

April 1st,  2021 All posters are current

March 1st,  2021 All posters are current

February 1st,  2021 All posters are current

January 1st,  2021 All posters are current

December 1st,  2020 All posters are current

November 1st,  2020 All posters are current

October 1st, 2020 All posters are current

September 1st, 2020 All posters are current

August 1st, 2020 All posters are current

July 1st, 2020 All posters are current

June 1st, 2020 All posters are current


Kansas

Update Log:

April 1st,  2021 All posters are current

March 1st,  2021 All posters are current

February 1st,  2021 All posters are current

January 1st,  2021 All posters are current

December 1st,  2020 All posters are current

November 1st,  2020 All posters are current

October 1st, 2020 All posters are current

September 1st, 2020 All posters are current

August 1st, 2020 All posters are current

July 1st, 2020 All posters are current

June 1st, 2020 All posters are current


Kentucky

Update Log:

April 1st,  2021 All posters are current

March 1st,  2021 All posters are current

February 1st,  2021 All posters are current

January 1st,  2021 All posters are current

December 1st,  2020 All posters are current

November 1st,  2020 All posters are current

October 1st, 2020 All posters are current

September 1st, 2020 All posters are current

August 1st, 2020 All posters are current

July 1st, 2020 All posters are current

June 1st, 2020 All posters are current


Louisiana

Update Log:

April 1st,  2021 All posters are current

March 1st,  2021 All posters are current

February 1st,  2021 All posters are current

January 1st,  2021 All posters are current

December 1st,  2020 All posters are current

November 1st,  2020 All posters are current

October 1st, 2020 All posters are current

September 1st, 2020 All posters are current

August 1st, 2020 All posters are current

July 1st, 2020 All posters are current

June 1st, 2020 All posters are current


Maine

Update Log:

April 1st,  2021 All posters are current

March 1st,  2021 All posters are current

February 1st,  2021 All posters are current

January 1st,  2021

  • Portland, ME – Portland Minimum  Wage – Required for all  employers – Minimum wage rate  updated; effective  1/1/21
  • Portland, ME – Portland Minimum  Wage Ordinance – Required for all  employers – Minimum wage rate  updated; effective  1/1/21

December 1st,  2020 All posters are current

November 1st,  2020

Maine – Minimum Wage Required for all employers – Minimum wage rate updated; effective 1/1/2021
Maine – Regulation of Employment – Required for all employers – Payment of Wages section updated

October 1st, 2020

Maine – Regulation of  Employment – Required for all  employers – Mandatory Overtime  and Severance Pay  removed; Earned Paid  Leave added

September 1st, 2020 All posters are current

August 1st, 2020 All posters are current

July 1st, 2020 All posters are current

June 1st, 2020 All posters are current


Maryland

Update Log:

April 1st,  2021 All posters are current

March 1st,  2021

  • Baltimore, MD – Baltimore City  Prevailing Wage Rates – Required for service contract employers – Prevailing wages  increased; effective  1/1/2021

February 1st,  2021

  • Prince George’s County, MD – Prince George’s County Minimum Wage – Required for all employers in Prince George’s County, MD – Minimum wage superseded by state wage
  • Prince George’s County, MD – Prince George’s County Minimum Wage (Spanish) – Optional for all employers in Prince George’s County, MD with Spanish-speaking employees – Minimum wage superseded by state wage

January 1st,  2021

Required for Some

Maryland – Notice to  Employees Wage  Requirements – Required for employers with  a service contract with the  state of Maryland

December 1st,  2020

Maryland – Employment of Minors Fact Sheet – Required for all employers who employ youths under the age of 18 – Qualifications around age 14 and 15 year old’s updated

November 1st,  2020

Maryland – Equal Pay for Equal Work – Required for all employers – Verbiage added on laws around employer provision of wage ranges to applicant
Maryland – Healthy Working Families Act (Paid Sick Leave) – Notice required; poster can serve as a notice – Definition of family expanded

Non-Required Updates

Maryland – Healthy Working Families Act (Paid Sick Leave) (Spanish) – Optional for all employers Definition of family expanded

October 1st, 2020

Maryland – Unemployment  Insurance – Required for all employers – Department name changed
Maryland – Health Insurance – Required for all employers – Department name changed

September 1st, 2020 All posters are current

August 1st, 2020 All posters are current

July 1st, 2020

  • Baltimore, MD – Baltimore Living Wage – Required for all employers with service contracts – Living wage updated; effective 7/1/2020

June 1st, 2020 All posters are current


Massachusetts

Update Log:

April 1st,  2021 All posters are current

March 1st,  2021 All posters are current

February 1st,  2021 All posters are current

January 1st,  2021

Massachusetts – Paid Family and Medical Leave – Required for all  employers – Definition of “covered employee” expanded

Required Updates – Spanish

Massachusetts – Paid Family and  Medical Leave  (Spanish) – Required for all  employers where  Spanish is the primary  language of 5 or more  employees – Definition  of “covered  employee”  expanded

Required for Some

Massachusetts – Paid Family and  Medical Leave (Haitian Creole) – Required for all employers  with 5% or more Haitian  Creole-speakers

December 1st,  2020 All posters are current

November 1st,  2020 All posters are current

October 1st, 2020 All posters are current

September 1st, 2020

Massachusetts – Anti-Retaliation Protection Under the Massachusetts Wage and Hour Laws – Optional for all employers

August 1st, 2020 All posters are current

July 1st, 2020 All posters are current

June 1st, 2020 All posters are current


Michigan

Update Log:

April 1st,  2021

Ann Arbor,  MI – Ann Arbor Living  Wage – Required for city  contractors – Living wage updated;  effective 4/20/21

March 1st,  2021 All posters are current

February 1st,  2021

Michigan – Minimum Wage Law – Required for all employers – Minimum wage rate  NOT updated; posters  updated to reflect
Michigan – Minimum Wage Law (Spanish) – Optional for all  employers – Minimum wage  rate NOT updated;  posters updated to  reflect
Michigan – Minimum Wage and Overtime Law (Arabic) – Optional for all employers – Minimum wage rate NOT  updated; poster updated  to reflect
Michigan – Paid Medical Leave – Required for all employers – Contact information  updated
Michigan – Paid Medical Leave  (Spanish) – Optional for all employers – Contact information  updated
Michigan – Paid Medical Leave  (Arabic) – Optional for all employers – Contact information  updated

January 1st,  2021 All posters are current

December 1st,  2020 All posters are current

November 1st,  2020 All posters are current

October 1st, 2020 All posters are current

September 1st, 2020 All posters are current

August 1st, 2020 All posters are current

July 1st, 2020

Michigan – Notice to All Employees (Spanish)  – Optional for all employers  – Poster added to offering

June 1st, 2020 All posters are current


Minnesota

Update Log:

April 1st,  2021 All posters are current

March 1st,  2021 All posters are current

February 1st,  2021

  • St. Paul, MN – St. Paul Minimum  Wage and Earned  Sick and Safe Time  (Large) (Spanish) – Optional for large  businesses with 101-10,000 employees – Poster added to offering
  • St. Paul, MN – St. Paul Earned  Sick and Safe Time  (Hmong) Optional for all employers – Poster inactivated; replaced with new poster
  • St. Paul, MN – St. Paul Earned  Sick and Safe Time  (Somali) – Optional for all employers – Poster inactivated; replaced with new poster
  • St. Paul, MN – St. Paul Earned  Sick and Safe Time  (Spanish) – Optional for all employers – Poster inactivated; replaced with new poster
  • St. Paul, MN – St. Paul Minimum Wage and Earned Sick and Safe Time (Large) (Hmong) – Optional for large businesses with 101-10,000 employees – Poster added to offering
  • St. Paul, MN – St. Paul Minimum Wage and Earned  Sick and Safe Time (Large) (Somali) – Optional for large businesses with 101-10,000 employees – Poster added to offering
  • St. Paul, MN – St. Paul Minimum Wage and Earned  Sick and Safe Time (Small) (Spanish) – Optional for businesses with 6-100 employees – Poster added to offering
  • St. Paul, MN – St. Paul Minimum Wage  and Earned Sick and Safe Time (Small) (Somali) – Optional for businesses with 6-100 employees – Poster added to offering
  • St. Paul, MN – St. Paul Minimum Wage  and Earned Sick and Safe Time (Micro) (Hmong) – Optional for businesses with 1-5 employees – Poster added to offering
  • St. Paul, MN – St. Paul Minimum Wage  and Earned Sick and Safe Time (Micro) (Somali) – Optional for businesses with 1-5 employees – Poster added to offering
  • St. Paul, MN – St. Paul Minimum Wage  and Earned Sick Leave and Safe Time (Small) (Hmong) Optional for businesses with 6-100 employees – Poster added to offering
  • St. Paul, MN – St. Paul Minimum Wage  and Earned Sick and Safe Time (Micro) (Spanish) – Optional for businesses with 1-5 employees – Poster added to offering

January 1st,  2021 All posters are current

December 1st,  2020

Minnesota – Minimum Wage – Required for all employers – Minimum wage rate updated; effective 1/1/2021
Minnesota – Minimum Wage (Spanish) – Optional for all employers with Spanish-speaking employees – Minimum wage rate updated; effective 1/1/2021

November 1st,  2020 All posters are current

October 1st, 2020 All posters are current

September 1st, 2020 All posters are current

August 1st, 2020 All posters are current

July 1st, 2020

  • Minneapolis, MN – Minneapolis Minimum Wage and Paid Sick Leave (Amharic) – Required where it can be easily read in Amharic when needed by 5% or more of employees – Poster added to offering

June 1st, 2020 All posters are current


Mississippi

Update Log:

April 1st,  2021 All posters are current

March 1st,  2021 All posters are current

February 1st,  2021 All posters are current

January 1st,  2021 All posters are current

December 1st,  2020 All posters are current

November 1st,  2020 All posters are current

October 1st, 2020 All posters are current

September 1st, 2020 All posters are current

August 1st, 2020 All posters are current

July 1st, 2020

Mississippi – Unemployment Insurance – Required for all employers -Verbiage added to include Notice to Employees section; poster reformatted
Mississippi – Unemployment Insurance (Spanish) – Optional for all employers with Spanish-speaking employees – Verbiage added to include Notice to Employees section; poster reformatted

June 1st, 2020 All posters are current


Missouri

Update Log:

April 1st,  2021 All posters are current

March 1st,  2021 All posters are current

February 1st,  2021 All posters are current

January 1st,  2021

Missouri – Notice to Workers  Concerning  Unemployment Benefits – Required for all  employers – Contact information  updated

Missouri – Minimum Wage – Required for all  employers – Minimum wage rate  updated; effective  1/1/21

Required Updates – Spanish

Missouri – Notice to Workers  Concerning  Unemployment  Benefits (Spanish) – Optional for all  employers with  Spanish-speaking  employees – Contact  information  updated

Missouri – Minimum Wage  (Spanish) – Optional for all  employers with  Spanish-speaking  employees – Minimum wage  rate updated;  effective 1/1/21

December 1st,  2020 All posters are current

November 1st,  2020 All posters are current

October 1st, 2020 All posters are current

September 1st, 2020 All posters are current

August 1st, 2020 All posters are current

July 1st, 2020 All posters are current

June 1st, 2020 All posters are current


Montana

Update Log:

April 1st,  2021 All posters are current

March 1st,  2021 All posters are current

February 1st,  2021 All posters are current

January 1st,  2021 All posters are current

December 1st,  2020 All posters are current

November 1st,  2020

Montana – Minimum Wage – Optional for all employers – Minimum wage rate updated; effective 1/1/2021

October 1st, 2020 All posters are current

September 1st, 2020 All posters are current

August 1st, 2020 All posters are current

July 1st, 2020 All posters are current

June 1st, 2020 All posters are current


Nebraska

Update Log:

April 1st,  2021 All posters are current

March 1st,  2021 All posters are current

February 1st,  2021 All posters are current

January 1st,  2021 All posters are current

December 1st,  2020 All posters are current

November 1st,  2020 All posters are current

October 1st, 2020 All posters are current

September 1st, 2020 All posters are current

August 1st, 2020 All posters are current

July 1st, 2020 All posters are current

June 1st, 2020 All posters are current


Nevada

Update Log:

April 1st,  2021

Nevada – Safety and Health  Protection on the  Job – Required for all  employers – Penalty amounts  increased

Nevada – Safety and Health  Protection on the  Job (Spanish) – Optional for all  employers with  Spanish-speaking  employees – Penalty amounts  increased

March 1st,  2021 All posters are current

February 1st,  2021 All posters are current

January 1st,  2021 All posters are current

December 1st,  2020

Nevada – Workers’ Compensation – Required for all employers – Contact information updated

November 1st,  2020 All posters are current

October 1st, 2020 All posters are current

September 1st, 2020 All posters are current

August 1st, 2020

Nevada – Rules to Be Observed by Employers (Wage & Hour Laws) – Required for all employers – Wage rates updated; effective 7/1/2020

July 1st, 2020 All posters are current

June 1st, 2020

Nevada – Daily Overtime Annual Bulletin – Required for all employers – Minimum wage rate updated; effective 7/1/2020
Nevada – Minimum Wage Annual Bulletin – Required for all employers – Minimum wage rate updated; effective 7/1/2020
Nevada – Daily Overtime Annual Bulletin (Spanish) – Optional for all employers Minimum wage rate updated; effective 7/1/2020
Nevada – Minimum Wage Annual Bulletin (Spanish) – Optional for all employers – Minimum wage rate updated; effective 7/1/2020
Nevada – Minimum Wage Annual Bulletin Required for all employers – Poster inactivated and replaced with LNV26
Nevada – Minimum Wage Annual Bulletin (Spanish) – Optional for all employers – Poster inactivated and replaced with LNV27


New Hampshire

Update Log:

April 1st,  2021 All posters are current

March 1st,  2021 All posters are current

February 1st,  2021 All posters are current

January 1st,  2021 All posters are current

December 1st,  2020 All posters are current

November 1st,  2020 All posters are current

October 1st, 2020 All posters are current

September 1st, 2020 All posters are current

August 1st, 2020 All posters are current

July 1st, 2020 All posters are current

June 1st, 2020 All posters are current


New Jersey

Update Log:

April 1st,  2021

New Jersey – Food Service  Occupations  Regulations – Required for restaurants  and those in the food  industry – Minimum wage rate  updated; poster  reformatted

March 1st,  2021 All posters are current

February 1st,  2021 All posters are current

January 1st,  2021 All posters are current

December 1st,  2020

New Jersey – New Jersey State Wage and Hour Law Abstract – Required for all employers – Agricultural minimum wage rate updated; effective1/1/2021

November 1st,  2020 All posters are current

October 1st, 2020

New Jersey – Worker  Misclassification  (Spanish) – Optional for all  employers with  Spanish-speaking  employees – Poster added to offering

September 1st, 2020

New Jersey – Public Employee Safety (PEOSH) – Required for public employees – Poster added to offering

August 1st, 2020 All posters are current

July 1st, 2020

New Jersey – Worker Misclassification – Required for all employers – Poster added to offering

June 1st, 2020 All posters are current

 


New Mexico

Update Log:

April 1st,  2021 All posters are current

March 1st,  2021

  • Las Cruces, NM – Las Cruces Minimum Wage – Required for all  employers – Minimum wage rate updated; effective 1/1/2021
  • Las Cruces, NM – Las Cruces Minimum Wage  (Spanish) – Required for all  employers – Minimum wage rate updated; effective 1/1/2021
  • Santa Fe, NM – Santa Fe Minimum/Living Wage – Required for all  employers – Minimum wage rate updated; effective 3/1/2021
  • Santa Fe, NM – Santa Fe Minimum/ Living Wage  (Spanish) – Required for all  employers – Minimum wage rate updated; effective 3/1/2021

February 1st,  2021

New Mexico – Minimum Wage  Act – Required for all  employers – Minimum wage rate  updated; effective  1/1/21

New Mexico – Minimum Wage Act (Spanish) – Optional for all  employers with  Spanish-speaking  employees – Minimum wage rate  updated; effective  1/1/21

January 1st,  2021

  • Bernalillo  County, NM – Bernalillo  County  Minimum Wage  (Unincorp.) – Required for all  employers in all  areas outside of the  three incorporated  municipalities in – Bernalillo County (1. The  City of Albuquerque, 2. The Village of Los  Ranchos, 3. The Village of  Tijeras) – Minimum wage rate  updated; effective  1/1/21
  • Bernalillo  County, NM – Bernalillo  County  Minimum  Wage (Spanish)  (Unincorp.) Required for all  employers in all  areas outside of the  three incorporated  municipalities in Bernalillo County (1. The  City of Albuquerque, 2. The Village of Los  Ranchos, 3. The Village of  Tijeras) – Minimum wage rate  updated; effective  1/1/21

December 1st,  2020 All posters are current

November 1st,  2020

  • Albuquerque, NM – Albuquerque Minimum Wage – Required for all employers – Minimum wage rate updated; effective 1/1/2021
  • Albuquerque, NM – Albuquerque Minimum Wage (Spanish) – Required for all employers – Minimum wage rate updated; effective 1/1/2021

October 1st, 2020

  • Bernalillo  County, NM – Bernalillo County  Employee Wellness  Act (Paid Time Off) – Employers that  must apply for a  county business  registration  with at least two employees and a  physical premise  in the county’s  unincorporated  limits – Poster added to  offering; effective  10/1/2020
  • Bernalillo  County, NM – Bernalillo County  Employee Wellness  Act (Paid Time Off)  (Spanish) – Employers that  must apply for a  county business  registration  with at least two employees and a  physical premise  in the county’s  unincorporated  limits – Poster added to  offering; effective  10/1/2020

September 1st, 2020 All posters are current

August 1st, 2020

New Mexico – Discrimination – Required for all employers – Pregnancy added to protected categories

July 1st, 2020

New Mexico – No Smoking – Required for all employers – Electronic cigarettes added to poster

June 1st, 2020 All posters are current


New York

Update Log:

April 1st,  2021 All posters are current

March 1st,  2021

  • New York City, NY – New York City  Prevailing Wage – Optional for construction  workers on New York City  public works projects, building  service workers, and food  services or temporary office  services at city agencies – Poster added to offering
  • New York City, NY – New York City Prevailing Wage  (Spanish) – Optional for construction  workers on New York City  public works projects, building  service workers, and food  services or temporary office  services at city agencies with  Spanish-speaking employees – Poster added to offering

February 1st,  2021

New York – Miscellaneous  Industry Minimum  Wage Information – Required for all  employers – Minimum wage rate  updated; effective  12/31/20
New York – Farm Workers  Minimum Wage – Required for farm  employers on farms  that paid over $3,000 to  workers in the previous  calendar year – Minimum wage rate  updated; effective  12/31/20
New York – Hospitality  Industry Minimum  Wage – Required for employers  in the hospitality  industry – Minimum wage rate  updated; effective  12/31/20
New York – Building Services  Industry Minimum  Wage – Required for employers  in the building services  industry – Minimum wage rate  updated; effective  12/31/20
New York – Apparel Industry  Minimum Wage – Required for employers  in the apparel industry – Minimum wage rate  updated; effective  12/31/20
New York – Paid Sick and Safe Leave – Required for employers  with five or more  employees or fewer  than five employees  and a net income of $1  million or less – Poster added to offering

New York – Nail Workers Bill  of Rights – Required for nail salons – Minimum wage rate updated; effective 12/31/20

New York – Miscellaneous Industry Minimum Wage  (Spanish) – Required for employers with 1 or more Spanish-speaking employee – Minimum wage rate updated; effective  12/31/20
New York – Farm Workers  Minimum Wage  (Spanish) – Required for farm employers on farms  that paid over $3,000 to  workers in the previous  calendar year with 1 or  more Spanish-speaking  employee – Minimum wage rate updated; effective 12/31/20
New York – Hospitality Industry Minimum Wage (Spanish) – Required for employers in the hospitality industry with 1 or more Spanish-speaking  employee – Minimum wage rate updated;  effective 12/31/20
New York – Building Services Industry Minimum Wage (Spanish) – Required for employers in the building services industry with 1 or more Spanish-speaking employee – Minimum wage rate updated;  effective 12/31/20
New York – Apparel Industry Minimum Wage  (Spanish) – Required for employers in the apparel industry with 1 or more Spanish speaking employee – Minimum wage rate updated; effective 12/31/20

  • New York  City, NY – New York City Paid Sick – Leave (Spanish) – Optional for employers  with five or more  Spanish-speaking  employees who are  hired to work more than  80 hours a calendar year  in New York City – Verbiage updated

January 1st,  2021 All posters are current

December 1st,  2020

     Non-required Updates

  • Westchester County, NY – Westchester County Earned Sick Leave Poster – Required for all employers – Poster inactivated; preempted by new state law
  • Westchester County, NY – Westchester County Earned Sick Leave Law – Required for all employers – Poster inactivated; preempted by new state law
  • Westchester County, NY – Westchester County Earned Sick Leave Poster (Spanish) – Required for all employers – Poster inactivated; preempted by new state law

November 1st,  2020

  • New York City, NY –  New York City Fast Food Deductions – Required for all fast food employers – Poster inactivated – Inactivated postings can be removed and discarded
  • New York City, NY – New York City Fast Food Deductions (Spanish) – Required for all fast food employers with 5% or more Spanish-speakers – Poster inactivated – Inactivated postings can be removed and discarded

New York – Laws Governing the Employment of Minors (Child Labor) – Optional for all employers with employees under age 18 Poster reformatted
New York – Deduction From Wages Required for all employers – Binghamton office listing removed
New York – Tip Appropriation Required for all employers – Binghamton office listing removed

Non-Required Updates

  • New York City, NY – New York City Paid Sick Leave – Optional for employers with five or more employees who are hired to work more than 80 hours a calendar year in New York City -Number of hours to be provided for 100+ employees increased; definitions for qualified businesses updated
  • New York City, NY – New York City Construction Workers Know Your Rights – Optional for employers in New York City – Rate increased; effective 7/1/2020
  • New York City, NY – New York City Construction Workers Know Your Rights (Spanish) – Optional for employers in New York City – Rate increased; effective 7/1/2020
  • New York City, NY – New York City Building Service Employees Know Your Rights – Optional for employers of building service workers in New York City – Rate increased; effective 7/1/2020
  • New York City, NY – New York City Building Service Employees Know Your Rights (Spanish) – Optional for employers of building service workers in New York City – Rate increased; effective 7/1/2020

October 1st, 2020 All posters are current

September 1st, 2020 All posters are current

August 1st, 2020

New York – Miscellaneous Industry Minimum Wage Information – Required for all employers – Tipped wages updated; effective 6/30/2020

July 1st, 2020 All posters are current

June 1st, 2020

New York – Time Allowed to Vote – Required for all employers – Parameters updated

  • New York City, NY –  New York City Sexual Harassment – Required for all employers – Contact information updated
  • New York City, NY – New York City Sexual Harassment (Spanish) – Required for all employers – Contact information updated
  • New York City, NY – New York City Pregnancy & Employment Rights
    Optional for all employers of 4 or more employees – Contact information updated
  • New York City, NY – New York City Pregnancy and Employment Rights (Spanish) – Optional for all employers of 4 or more employees – Contact information updated
  • New York City, NY – New York City Notice of Rights – Optional for all employers – Contact information updated
  • New York City, NY – New York City Notice of Rights (Spanish) – Optional for all employers – Contact information updated and drug screening added to covered categories

North Carolina

Update Log:

April 1st,  2021 All posters are current

March 1st,  2021

  • North Carolina – North Carolina  Workplace Laws – Required for all employers – Fax number and  commissioner updated
  • North Carolina – North Carolina  Workplace Laws  (Spanish) – Optional for all employers  with Spanish-speaking  employees – Fax number and  commissioner updated

February 1st,  2021 All posters are current

January 1st,  2021

North Carolina – Workers’  Compensation  Notice – Required for all  employers – Medical cost limit  increased

Required Updates – Spanish

North Carolina – Workers’  Compensation  Notice (Spanish) – Optional for all  employers with  Spanish-speaking  employees – Medical cost limit  increased

December 1st,  2020

North Carolina – North Carolina Workplace Laws – Required for all employers – Overtime section updated; phone numbers updated
North Carolina – North Carolina Workplace Laws (Spanish) – Optional for all employers with Spanish-speaking employees – Overtime section updated; phone numbers updated

November 1st,  2020 All posters are current

October 1st, 2020 All posters are current

September 1st, 2020 All posters are current

August 1st, 2020 All posters are current

July 1st, 2020 All posters are current

June 1st, 2020

North Carolina – Workplace Laws – Required for all employers – Employment discrimination categories updated
North Carolina – North Carolina Workplace Laws (Spanish) – Optional for all employers with Spanish-speaking employees – Employment discrimination categories updated


North Dakota

Update Log:

April 1st,  2021 All posters are current

March 1st,  2021 All posters are current

February 1st,  2021 All posters are current

January 1st,  2021 All posters are current

December 1st,  2020 All posters are current

November 1st,  2020 All posters are current

October 1st, 2020 All posters are current

September 1st, 2020 All posters are current

August 1st, 2020 All posters are current

July 1st, 2020 All posters are current

June 1st, 2020 All posters are current


Ohio

Update Log:

April 1st,  2021 All posters are current

March 1st,  2021

Ohio – Workers’  Compensation (SIN) – Required for all employers  who are self-insured for  workers’ compensation – Minor verbiage updated

February 1st,  2021 All posters are current

January 1st,  2021 All posters are current

December 1st,  2020

Ohio – Minimum Wage – Required for all employers – Minimum wage rate updated; effective 1/1/2021

November 1st,  2020 All posters are current

October 1st, 2020 All posters are current

September 1st, 2020 All posters are current

August 1st, 2020 All posters are current

July 1st, 2020 All posters are current

June 1st, 2020 All posters are current


Oklahoma

Update Log:

April 1st,  2021 All posters are current

March 1st,  2021

Oklahoma – Workers’ Compensation Notice – Required for all employers – Chiropractors added to furnished services

February 1st,  2021 All posters are current

January 1st,  2021 All posters are current

December 1st,  2020 All posters are current

November 1st,  2020 All posters are current

October 1st, 2020

Cincinnati, OH – Cincinnati Current Wage Rates – Required for city employees and employees of covered employers,  contractors and subcontractors providing or delivering services to the City of Cincinnati under the service  contracts equal to or  greater than $20,000 – Living wage updated; effective 4/30/2020

September 1st, 2020 All posters are current

August 1st, 2020

Oklahoma – Workers’ Compensation Notice – Required for all employers – Employer and employee responsibilities updated

July 1st, 2020 All posters are current

June 1st, 2020 All posters are current


Oregon

Update Log:

April 1st,  2021 All posters are current

March 1st,  2021 All posters are current

February 1st,  2021 All posters are current

January 1st,  2021 All posters are current

December 1st,  2020

Oregon – COVID-19 Hazards Poster – Required for all employers – Poster added to offering
Oregon – Minimum Wage (Spanish) – Optional for employers in Oregon, except for federal government employers, who employ Spanish-speaking employees – Minimum wage correction by agency
Oregon – COVID-19Hazards Poster (Spanish) – Optional for all employers – Poster added to offering

Oregon – Minimum Wage, Agricultural – Required for all agricultural employers in Oregon
Oregon – Employee Work Schedules – Required for retail, hospitality and food service establishments
Oregon – Employee Work Schedules (Spanish) Required for retail, hospitality and food service establishments where Spanish is the primary language of any employees in that particular workplace

Non-required Updates

Oregon – Safety and Health Protections on the Job – Required for all employers – Agency typo fixed
Oregon – Minimum Wage, Agricultural (Spanish) Optional for agricultural employers with Spanish-speaking employees – Minimum wage rate updated; effective 1/1/2021; verbiage

November 1st,  2020 All posters are current

October 1st, 2020 All posters are current

September 1st, 2020 All posters are current

August 1st, 2020 All posters are current

July 1st, 2020

Oregon – Minimum Wage -Required for all employers in Oregon, except federal government employers – Minimum wage rate updated; effective 7/1/2020; poster reformatted
Oregon – Family Leave – Required for employers with 25 or more employees in Oregon – Verbiage updated and poster reformatted
Oregon – Domestic Violence, Harassment, Sexual Assault or Stalking Protections – Required for employers with 6 or more employees in Oregon – Verbiage updated and poster reformatted
Oregon – Paid Sick Leave Required for all employers – Verbiage updated and poster reformatted
Oregon – Equal Pay Required for all employers – Verbiage updated and poster reformatted
Oregon – Breaks/Overtime Required for all employers – Poster added to offering
Oregon – Family Leave (Spanish) – Optional for all employers with Spanish- speaking employees – Verbiage updated and poster reformatted
Oregon – Minimum Wage (Spanish) – Optional for employers in Oregon, except federal government employers, who employ Spanish- speaking employees  -Minimum wage rate updated; effective 7/1/2020; poster reformatted
Oregon – Domestic Violence, Harassment, Sexual Assualt or Stalking Protections (Spanish) – Optional for all employers with Spanish- speaking employees – Verbiage updated and poster reformatted
Oregon – Paid Sick Leave (Spanish) – Optional for all employers with Spanish- speaking employees
Oregon – Equal Pay (Spanish) – Optional for all employers with Spanish- speaking employees
Oregon – Breaks/Overtime (Spanish) – Optional for all employers with Spanish- speaking employees – Poster added to offering

June 1st, 2020 All posters are current


Pennsylvania

Update Log:

April 1st,  2021 All posters are current

March 1st,  2021 All posters are current

February 1st,  2021 All posters are current

January 1st,  2021 All posters are current

December 1st,  2020 All posters are current

November 1st,  2020

Pennsylvania – Minimum Wage – Law Poster and Fact Sheet Required for all employers – Poster reformatted; air carrier exemption added
Pennsylvania – COVID-19 Safety Procedures for Businesses – Required for businesses maintaining in-person operations – Verbiage added to Health & Cleaning and COVID-19 Exposure sections

  • Philadelphia, PA – Philadelphia Paid Sick Leave – Required for employers with 10 or more employees – Poster updated and reformatted
  • Philadelphia, PA – Philadelphia Paid Sick Leave (Spanish) – Optional for employers with 10 or more employees of which 5% or more speak Spanish – Poster updated and reformatted
  • Philadelphia, PA – Philadelphia – COVID-19 Paid Sick Leave Required for employers with 500 or more employees – Poster added to offering

Non-Required Updates

Pennsylvania – COVID-19 Safety Procedures for Businesses (Spanish) – Optional for all employers – Verbiage added to Health & Cleaning and COVID-19 Exposure sections

October 1st, 2020 All posters are current

September 1st, 2020 All posters are current

August 1st, 2020 All posters are current

July 1st, 2020 All posters are current

June 1st, 2020

Pennsylvania – COVID-19 Safety Procedures for Businesses – Required for businesses maintaining in-person operations – Poster added to the offering
Pennsylvania – COVID-19 Safety Procedures for Businesses (Spanish) – Optional for all employers Poster added to the offering


Puerto Rico

Update Log:

April 1st,  2021 All posters are current

March 1st,  2021 All posters are current

February 1st,  2021 All posters are current

January 1st,  2021 All posters are current

December 1st,  2020 All posters are current

November 1st,  2020 All posters are current

October 1st, 2020 All posters are current

September 1st, 2020 All posters are current

August 1st, 2020 All posters are current

July 1st, 2020 All posters are current

June 1st, 2020 All posters are current


Rhode Island

Update Log:

April 1st,  2021 All posters are current

March 1st,  2021 All posters are current

February 1st,  2021 All posters are current

January 1st,  2021 All posters are current

December 1st,  2020 All posters are current

November 1st,  2020

Rhode Island – Workers’ Compensation Act – Required for all employers – TDD phone number added
Rhode Island – Notice to All Employees – Required for all employers – UI benefit phone numbers updated
Rhode Island – State Minimum Wage Poster – Required for all employers – Minimum wage rate updated; effective 10/1/2020
Rhode Island – Child Labor/ Employment of Minors – Required for all employers who employ minors – Poster updated and reformatted
Rhode Island – Workers’ Compensation Act (Spanish) – Optional for all employers with Spanish-speaking employees – Poster reformatted
Rhode Island – State Minimum Wage Poster (Spanish) – Optional for all employers – Minimum wage rate updated; effective 10/1/2020

Non-Required Updates

Rhode Island – Parental & Family Medical Leave Act – Required for employers of 50 or more employees – Header and footer updated
Rhode Island – Ignoring This Poster Can Be Hazardous To Your Health – Required for all employers – Poster reformatted
Rhode Island –  Parental & Family Medical Leave Act (Spanish) – Optional for all employers with Spanish-speaking employees – Header and footer updated
Rhode Island – Prevailing Wage Required for public works contractors with a contract price in excess of one thousand dollars ($1,000) – Footer updated
Rhode Island – Prevailing Wage (Spanish) – Optional for public works contractors with a contract price in excess of one thousand dollars ($1,000) with Spanishspeaking employees – Footer updated

October 1st, 2020 All posters are current

September 1st, 2020 All posters are current

August 1st, 2020 All posters are current

July 1st, 2020 All posters are current

June 1st, 2020 All posters are current


South Carolina

Update Log:

April 1st,  2021 All posters are current

March 1st,  2021 All posters are current

February 1st,  2021 All posters are current

January 1st,  2021 All posters are current

December 1st,  2020 All posters are current

November 1st,  2020 All posters are current

October 1st, 2020 All posters are current

September 1st, 2020

South Carolina – Employment Discrimination – Requiredforall employers – Lactation Support Act coverage added
SouthCarolina – Employment Discrimination (Spanish) – Optional for all employers with Spanish-speaking employees – Lactation Support Act coverage added

August 1st, 2020 All posters are current

July 1st, 2020

South Carolina – Employment Discrimination – Required for all employers – Verbiage updated with age discimination parameters redefined
South Carolina – Employment Discrimination (Spanish) – Optional for all employers with Spanish- speaking employees – Verbiage updated with age discrimination parameters redefined

June 1st, 2020 All posters are current


South Dakota

Update Log:

April 1st,  2021 All posters are current

March 1st,  2021 All posters are current

February 1st,  2021 All posters are current

January 1st,  2021 All posters are current

December 1st,  2020 All posters are current

November 1st,  2020

South Dakota – Minimum Wage Optional for all employers – Minimum wage rate updated; effective 1/1/2021
South Dakota – Minimum Wage (Spanish) – Optional for all employers with Spanish-speaking employees – Minimum wage rate updated; effective 1/1/2021

October 1st, 2020 All posters are current

September 1st, 2020

South Dakota – UnemploymentBenefitsNotice(Spanish) – Optional for all employers – Requirements for materials needed to apply and instructions on how to file a claim added

August 1st, 2020 All posters are current

July 1st, 2020 All posters are current

June 1st, 2020

South Dakota – Unemployment Benefits Notice – Required for all employers – Verbiage added to include requirements for materials needed to apply and instructions on how to file a claim


Tennessee

Update Log:

April 1st,  2021 All posters are current

March 1st,  2021 All posters are current

February 1st,  2021 All posters are current

January 1st,  2021 All posters are current

December 1st,  2020 All posters are current

November 1st,  2020 All posters are current

October 1st, 2020 All posters are current

September 1st, 2020 All posters are current

August 1st, 2020 All posters are current

July 1st, 2020 All posters are current

June 1st, 2020 All posters are current


Texas

Update Log:

April 1st,  2021 All posters are current

March 1st,  2021 All posters are current

February 1st,  2021 All posters are current

January 1st,  2021 All posters are current

December 1st,  2020 All posters are current

November 1st,  2020 All posters are current

October 1st, 2020 All posters are current

September 1st, 2020 All posters are current

August 1st, 2020 All posters are current

July 1st, 2020

Texas – Unemployment Insurance and Pay Day Law – Required for all employers – Verbiage added around eligibility and filing requirements
Texas – Unemployment Insurance and Pay Day Law (Spanish) – Optional for all employers with Spanish-speaking employees – Verbiage added around eligibility and filing requirements

June 1st, 2020 All posters are current


Utah

Update Log:

April 1st,  2021 All posters are current

March 1st,  2021 All posters are current

February 1st,  2021 All posters are current

January 1st,  2021 All posters are current

December 1st,  2020 All posters are current

November 1st,  2020 All posters are current

October 1st, 2020 All posters are current

September 1st, 2020 All posters are current

August 1st, 2020

Utah – Pregnancy and Related Conditions Under the Utah Antidiscrimination Act – Required for all employers with 15 or more employees – Poster reactivated

July 1st, 2020 All posters are current

June 1st, 2020 All posters are current


Vermont

Update Log:

April 1st,  2021 All posters are current

March 1st,  2021 All posters are current

February 1st,  2021

Vermont – Employers Liability and  Workers’ Compensation  (Spanish) – Optional for all employers with  Spanish-speaking employees – Contact information removed
Vermont – Earned Sick Leave  (Spanish) – Required for all employers – Contact information removed
Vermont – Crime Victims Rights  Poster – Required for all employers – Contact information removed

January 1st,  2021 All posters are current

December 1st,  2020

Vermont – Minimum Wage – Required for all employers – Minimum wage rate updated; effective 1/1/2021

November 1st,  2020 All posters are current

October 1st, 2020 All posters are current

September 1st, 2020 All posters are current

August 1st, 2020 All posters are current

July 1st, 2020 All posters are current

June 1st, 2020 All posters are current


Virginia

Update Log:

April 1st,  2021 All posters are current

March 1st,  2021 All posters are current

February 1st,  2021 All posters are current

January 1st,  2021 All posters are current

December 1st,  2020 All posters are current

November 1st,  2020 All posters are current

October 1st, 2020 All posters are current

September 1st, 2020

Virginia – Safety and Health Protection on the Job (Spanish) – Optional for all employers with Spanish-speaking employees – Penalty amounts increased
Virginia – Workers’ Compensation Notice – Required for all employers – Voluntary payment information edited
Virginia – Safety and Health Protection on the Job – Required for all employers – Penalty amounts increased

August 1st, 2020

Virginia – Human Rights Act – Required for employers employing five or more employees for each working day in each of 20 or more calendar weeks in the current or preceding calendar year – Addition of covered categories; posting requirement changed from optional to mandatory for most
Virginia – Covenants Not to Compete with Low Wage Employees – Required for all employers – Poster added to offering
Virginia – Reasonable Accommodations for Pregnancy – Required for employers with five or more employees for a 20-week period in the current or preceding year – Poster added to offering

July 1st, 2020 All posters are current

June 1st, 2020 All posters are current


Washington

Update Log:

April 1st,  2021 All posters are current

March 1st,  2021

Washington – Fair Housing – Optional for all businesses  engaged in the sale or rental  of real property – Immigration, citizenship  and retaliation added to  covered categories; poster  reformatted

  • Seattle, WA – Seattle Grocery Employee Hazard  Pay – Required for retail stores that are over 10,000 square feet  in size and primarily engaged in retailing groceries; or over 85,000 square feet, with 30  percent or more of its sales floor area dedicated to sale of groceries and the business must employ more than 500 employees worldwide – Poster added to offering
  • Seattle, WA – Seattle Grocery Employee Hazard  Pay (Spanish) – Required for retail stores that are over 10,000 square feet  in size and primarily engaged in retailing groceries; or over 85,000 square feet, with 30  percent or more of its sales floor area dedicated to sale of groceries and the business must employ more than 500 employees worldwide – Poster added to offering

February 1st,  2021

Washington – Paid Time Off (Spanish) – Optional for all employers – Payment cap increased
Washington – Job Safety and Health  Protection – Required for all employers – Contact information  updated
Washington – Job Safety and Health – Protection (Spanish) – Optional for all employers  who employ Spanish-speaking  employees Contact information  updated

January 1st,  2021

Required for Some

  • Seattle, WA – Seattle Notice of  Rights for Hotel  Employees – Required for hourly  employees who work  at hotels of 60 or more  rooms

December 1st,  2020

Washington – Your Rights as a Worker in Washington State – Required for all employers – Verbiage added throughout
Washington – Paid Time Off – Required for all employers – Payment cap increased

Washington – Your Rights as a Worker in Washington State (Spanish) – Optional for all employers with Spanish-speaking employees – Verbiage added throughout

  • Seattle, WA – Seattle Labor Standards Ordinances – Required for all employers – Minimum wage rate updated; effective 1/1/2021
  • Seattle, WA – Seattle Labor Standards Ordinances (Spanish) – Required for all employers where Spanish is the primary language of employees at the workplace Minimum wage rate updated; effective 1/1/2021

November 1st,  2020 All posters are current

October 1st, 2020 All posters are current

September 1st, 2020 All posters are current

August 1st, 2020 All posters are current

July 1st, 2020 All posters are current

June 1st, 2020 All posters are current


West Virginia

Update Log:

April 1st,  2021 All posters are current

March 1st,  2021 All posters are current

February 1st,  2021 All posters are current

January 1st,  2021 All posters are current

December 1st,  2020 All posters are current

November 1st,  2020 All posters are current

October 1st, 2020 All posters are current

September 1st, 2020 All posters are current

August 1st, 2020 All posters are current

July 1st, 2020 All posters are current

June 1st, 2020 All posters are current


Wisconsin

Update Log:

April 1st,  2021 All posters are current

March 1st,  2021 All posters are current

February 1st,  2021 All posters are current

January 1st,  2021 All posters are current

December 1st,  2020 All posters are current

November 1st,  2020

Wisconsin – Minimum Wage Rates – Optional for all employers – TTY number removed
Wisconsin –  Hours and Times of Day Minors May Work in Wisconsin – Required for all employers, except agriculture and domestic service, who hire minors – TTY number removed
Wisconsin – Fair Employment Law Required for all employers – TTY number removed
Wisconsin – Family and Medical Leave Required for all employers of 50 or more employees – TTY number removed
Wisconsin –  Employee Rights Under WI Business Closing/Mass Layoff – Required for employers with 50 or more employees to display at all worksites. Employees may be excluded if they work fewer than 20 hours a week, or if have worked less than 6 months – TTY number removed
Wisconsin – Workers With Disabilities Paid at Special Minimum Wage – Required for employers with a special minimum wage license issued by DWD – TTY number removed
Wisconsin – Fair Employment Law (Spanish) – Optional for all employers with Spanish-speaking employees – TTY number removed
Wisconsin – Family and Medical Leave (Spanish) – Optional for employers of 50 or more employees with Spanishspeaking employees – TTY number removed
Wisconsin – Protections Against Use of Honesty Testing Devices – Required for employers who use honesty testing to display this poster in one or more conspicuous places where notices to employees are customarily posted – TTY number removed
Wisconsin – Retaliation Protection for Healthcare Workers – Required for all employers who are healthcare providers or who own or manage a healthcare facility – TTY number removed
Wisconsin – Hours and Times of Day Minors May Work in Wisconsin (Spanish) – Optional for all employers with Spanish-speaking employees – TTY number removed
Wisconsin – Minimum Wage Rates (Spanish) – Optional for all employers with Spanish-speaking employees – TTY number removed
Wisconsin – Employee Rights Under WI Business Closing/Mass Layoff (Spanish) Optional for all employers with Spanish-speaking employees – TTY number removed

October 1st, 2020 All posters are current

September 1st, 2020 All posters are current

August 1st, 2020 All posters are current

July 1st, 2020 All posters are current

June 1st, 2020 All posters are current


Wyoming

Update Log:

April 1st,  2021 All posters are current

March 1st,  2021 All posters are current

February 1st,  2021 All posters are current

January 1st,  2021 All posters are current

December 1st,  2020 All posters are current

November 1st,  2020 All posters are current

October 1st, 2020 All posters are current

September 1st, 2020 All posters are current

August 1st, 2020 All posters are current

July 1st, 2020 All posters are current

June 1st, 2020

Wyoming – Health and Safety Protection on the Job Required for all employers – Minor verbiage updated