First, you must determine if you are a federal contractor. Ask yourself the following questions – answer yes to any of them, you’re most likely a federal contractor.
- Does your business provide goods or services to the federal government?
- Is your business required to use E-Verify to verify employment eligibility with new hires?
- Did your business receive federal funds under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009?
- Does your business work on federally financed construction projects?
Keep in mind that you can be in any industry and be a federal contractor, but typically these posting requirements apply to construction, banking, telecommunications, transportation and educational industries. Federal contractors in the construction industry are required to post two additional posters to avoid potential fines. That’s why we offer both ‘Standard’ and ‘Construction Industry’ versions of Poster Guard Compliance Protection for Federal Contractors.
From a posting standpoint, this industry has seen a lot of action. Since 2015, there have been nine changes including, most recently:
- Minimum Wage (effective 1/1/18)
- Paid Sick leave (effective 1/1/17)
- "EEOC is the Law" Supplement (1/1/16)
Stay up to date with federal, state, local and federal contractor postings with
Poster Guard Compliance Protection for Federal Contractors.