A Labor Law Posting is a document that must be conspicuously displayed in the workplace to inform employees and some job applicants of their rights. Different federal and state agencies may require these postings. Each determines the required size and placement of individual postings. Some notices or updates may be printed as a memo or bulletin, but the most common are large posters that may not be resized. They must be made clearly visible in an area that all employees have unrestricted access to and frequently assemble near. It is common to place these postings in break rooms or near time clocks. Companies may create online postings for employees that work remotely, but physical postings must still be displayed at the main business location.
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