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Pennsylvania Labor Law Poster

Keep up to date with Pennsylvania labor laws

We make it simple to comply with Pennslyvania labor laws with the all-in-one state poster solution by ComplyRight. Our postings maintain the exact size, type fonts and layout of the official postings released by government agencies.

You will receive:

  • All state-required notices on one full color poster
  • Electronic reminders of posting changes straight from our legal team
  • 100% complete labor law compliance

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5/10/2018MandatoryWorkers' Compensation
The Pennsylvania Workers' Compensation poster has been updated to reflect a change to the agency contact information. The Pennsylvania Bureau of Workers' Compensation has replaced the phone numbers to the PA Relay 7-1-1 to file claims and obtain additional information for the hearing impaired....Read more
10/13/2016MandatoryUnemployment Insurance
The Pennsylvania Unemployment Insurance poster has been updated to reflect additional information for unemployed workers. The poster details an employer's responsibility in providing Form UC-1609 in assisting claimants with their unemployment compensation benefits claim. ...Read more
5/20/2013MandatoryUnemployment Insurance
The Pennsylvania Unemployment Insurance poster has been updated to reflect revised information regarding reporting requirements when filing an unemployment compensation claim. The Pennsylvania Department of Labor and Industry, Office of Unemployment Compensation Benefits has revised the requirements when filing a claim and expanded the section on penalties for making false statements or withholding information when obtaining unemployment benefits. ...Read more
2/1/2013MandatoryChild Labor Law Abstract
The Pennsylvania Child Labor Law Abstract poster has been updated to reflect the repeal of the state’s previous Child Labor Law in its entirety and replaced with the newly enacted Child Labor Law Act. Among other things, the law revises work hour restrictions and adopts federal standards for occupations deemed hazardous. Note: this poster replaces Child Labor, Part 1 and 3, and will not be sent as an individual poster. This is a mandatory change....Read more
8/27/2008MandatoryNo Smoking
Pennsylvania recently passed the Clean Indoor Air Act, which prohibits smoking in essentially all enclosed workplaces except for a few specifically named exceptions. Beginning on September 11, 2008, smoking is not allowed in public places or workplaces. The law requires employers to post no smoking signs. ...Read more
7/10/2007MandatoryMinimum Wage
Poster updated to reflect an increase in the state minimum wage for small employers (10 or fewer full-time workers).  The minimum wage increased to $6.65/hour effective July 1, 2007, $7.15/hour effective July 1, 2008, and $7.25/hour effective July 24, 2009.  The poster also updated to reflect an increase in the 60-day youth training wage.to $5.85/hour on July 24, 2007 and to $6.55/hour on July 24, 2008. The state also added the 2009 minimum wage rate to the poster....Read more
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Pennsylvania Labor Law Poster includes:

  • Equal Pay
  • Fair Employment
  • Child Labor Law Abstract
  • Minimum Wage
  • Workers' Compensation  
  • Unemployment Insurance
  • No Smoking
  • Child Labor Schedule of Hours

Product Specifications:

  • Laminated
  • Poster size - 24" x 30"

In addition to your state poster(s), you may also receive small individual state posters. These postings will help you to comply with certain requirements that you have to meet according to your type of workers' compensation coverage, unemployment insurance and your state's smoking laws.