Up to Date Labor Law Posters

by Msgr. Robert Siler

Workplace posters are important because they inform employees and employers of their rights and responsibilities. It is important for employers to know that posting the posters is a legal requirement. The posters need to be placed where the employees can see them and read them. There are agencies that will call you and ask you to sign-up for a membership in order to send you posters on an annual basis. Usually these options come with a high price tag (up to $500 annually). To make better use of the resources already offered, save money, and to facilitate this process for you, listed below are the websites from United States Department of Labor and the Washington State Department of Labor & Industries that will direct you to all the state and federal posters that are required for posting. In addition, you will also find individual workplace posters below


Federal Required Posters (posters attached)

Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA)

Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA)

Pay Transparency Nondiscrimination Provision

Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act (USERRA)

Equal Employment Opportunity is the Law

OSHA – Job Safety and Health Protection

Employment Polygraph Protection Act

Families First Coronavirus Response Act (Updated 12/9/2020)

State Required & Recommended Posters

Washington State Minimum Wage (English / Spanish )  (Updated 12/8/2022)

Your Rights as a Washington State Worker (Updated 12/8/2022)

Employee Rights to Equal Pay and Opportunities (English & Spanish versions)

Job Safety and Health Law

Notice to Employees – If a Job Injury Occurs

Washington State Law Prohibits Discrimination in Employment

Paid Family and Medical Leave (Updated 1/5/2022)

If you have further questions, please contact Diana Aparicio at (509) 965-7117.