Required Workplace Posters

Posters required to be posted in the workplace:
as of April 1, 2020

quick resources:

EEO is the Law | Federal Minimum Wage | Whistle Blower Act
Family and Medical Leave Act of 1993
Notice to Employees Concerning Workers’ Compensation Insurance in Texas
Have you been injured on the job? | Texas Payday Law Notice
And Justice for All | State Auditor’s Toll-Free Hotline
Texas Hazard Communications Act – Notice to Employees
USERRA (Veterans Benefits Improvement Act of 2004 | Child Labor Laws
Notice Regarding Certain Work-Related Communicable Diseases
e-Verify Participation | Right to Work | Employee Polygraph Protection Act

Employee Rights:  Paid Sick Leave and Expanded Family and Medical Leave Under the Families First Coronavirus Response Act

 

 

EEO is the Lawdown-arrow
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Federal Minimum Wagedown-arrow
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Whistle Blower Actdown-arrow
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 Family and Medical Leave Act of 1993 down-arrow
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Notice to Employees Concerning Workers’ Compensation Insurance in Texasdown-arrow
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Have you been injured on the job?down-arrow
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Texas Payday Law Noticedown-arrow
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And Justice for Alldown-arrow
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  • And Justice for All  – – – – – – – – Revised September 2019

    • This is for Federally CONDUCTED programs. The language is all inclusive and should be displayed in FNS offices.
  • And Justice for All (green) – – – – – – – – Revised September 2019
    • This is the Special Nutrition and Safety (SNAS) and Child Nutrition (CN) Programs version that should be used in offices, schools, and other sites that administer Special Nutrition Programs (including WIC).
  • And Justice for All (blue) – – – – – – – – Revised September 2019
    • This is the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) and Food Distribution Program on Indian Reservations (FDPIR) version and should be posted in SNAP and FDPIR offices.

The appropriate “And Justice for All” poster is to be prominently displayed in all offices where there is a USDA presence and where it may be read by customers. Please note that institutions participating in or administering USDA programs are required to display the appropriate “And Justice for All” poster in their facilities where it can be viewed by customers. “And Justice for All” posters must be displayed in a specific size: 11″ width x 17″ height.

 

 

State Auditor’s Toll-Free Hotlinedown-arrow
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Texas Hazard Communications Act Notice to Employeesdown-arrow
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USERRA (Veteran’s Benefits Improvement Act of 2004)down-arrow
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Child Labor Laws – Texasdown-arrow
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Notice Regarding Certain Work-Related Communicable Diseasesdown-arrow
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e-Verify Participationdown-arrow
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Right to Workdown-arrow
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Employee Polygraph Protection Actdown-arrow
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