All California employers, regardless of size, are required by law to post a current employment poster in a conspicuous place in the workplace where all employees and applicants can see it. You may need to order several to ensure that your business, branches and satellite offices are displaying the poster according to law.
California law is very strict with regard to posting the California Employment Poster and required notices. Failure to comply may result in a penalty of up to $ 17,000.
The Chamber's all-in-one poster contains the 16 required state and federal employment notices that all California employers must post, as well as mandatory updates for 2013.
Taking care of your labor force and staying in compliance with the employment law are two significant ways in which you can make your business a success. Then need for compliance should not be underestimated, whether you're a large corporation or a small business.
The California Employment Poster is produced by the California Chamber of Commerce, a publisher of top-quality human resource products with more than 100 years of experience helping California business do business.
2013 California and Federal Employment Poster
You must post a compliant Employment Poster in a conspicuous place in the workplace where all employees and applicants can see it. The poster also must include information about your workers’ compensation benefits, payday schedule and emergency contacts. You may need to order several to ensure that your business, branches and satellite offices are displaying the poster according to the law. Failure to comply can result in severe penalties and fines by the state of California. If any of your company’s workers are Spanish-speaking, you will need to order the Spanish version.