- Under all of the federal non-discrimination laws (i.e., Title VII, the ADEA, the ADA,
the Equal Pay Act, E.O. 11246, the Rehabilitation Act and the Vietnam-Era Veterans
Readjustment Act), employers must post notices in prominent and accessible places where it
can be seen by employees, job applicants and union members. A consolidated EEO poster
covering these statutes has been developed for use.
- Employers must post a Fair Labor Standards Act poster, which discusses minimum wages, overtime
and child labor.
- The Employee Polygraph Protection Act of 1988 separately requires the posting of a
notice regarding the Act in similar places.
- The Family Medical and Leave Act also requires employers to display a poster summarizing
the laws requirements.
- Under OSHA employers must post the annual summary in a conspicuous place where notices
are usually posted. They also must post an OSHA poster, which summarizes the law.
- Employers must now post a Families First Coronavirus Response Act poster.
- A poster concerning the Uniform Services Employment and Reemployment Righrs Act must also be displayed.
- The Massachusetts Fair Employment Practices Act also requires employers to display a
poster summarizing the laws requirements.
- Various other Massachusetts statutes require that employers post notices concerning that statute, including:
- Child Labor Laws
- Earned Sick Time
- Minimum Wage
- Paid Family and Medical Leave
- Parental Leave
- Sexual Harassment
- Small Necessities Leave Act
- Unemployment Compensation
- Workers Compensation Act
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