Workplace Posters For City, State And Federal Labor Law Compliance
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Federal Contractor Poster Bundle

Mandatory Whistleblower and Human Trafficking Posters Required

Simplify all the separate labor law poster requirements you face as a federal contractor in one easy step. This one poster bundle provides the commonly required postings to help protect contractors from steep fines and penalties including suspension or cancellation of federal contracts. Instead of seeking out and trying to meet stipulations for minimum wage, disabled workers and other contractor-specific postings, you can stay compliant with this bundle.

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Product Details Includes 12 commonly required postings for federal contractors and subcontractors:

New for 2019:

  • Federal Minimum Wage for Contractors (1/1/19)

Other Postings Include:

  • Paid Sick Leave
  • “EEO is the Law” Supplement
  • DOD Whistleblower Hotline
  • DOD Fraud Hotline
  • National Labor Relations Act (NLRA)
  • Walsh-Healey Public/ Service Contracts
  • ARRA Whistleblower Rights
  • DHS Fraud Hotline
  • Notice to Workers with Disabilities
  • E-Verify & Right to Work (included at no charge)

  • Adheres to strict government requirements for size, font and color
  • Ideal for federal contractors and subcontractors in any industry, including finance, banking telecommunications, technology, education, transportation, retail, and non-profit organizations.
  • Certain posters provided as separate posters to allow proper display around the workplace
  • Protects your business from fines for not posting

Product Specifications:

  • Size: Vary between 8 ½” x 11” and 11” x 17”
  • Laminated
  • Available in English, Spanish and Bilingual versions

Meets all federal contractor requirements; additional posters may be required, however, based on specific contract work, industry, company policies and/or state, city and local laws.