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What posters are required in California by the Department of Industrial Relations?
- Notice of Inspection by Immigration Agencies – All employers
- Wage orders – All employers
- California Minimum Wage – All employers
- California Paid Sick Leave Poster – All employers
- California Payday Notice – All employers
- Safety and health protection on the job – All employers
- Emergency phone numbers – All employers
- Notice to employees-injuries caused by work – All employers
- Notice of workers’ compensation carrier and coverage – All employers
- Whistleblower protections – All employers
- No smoking – All employers
- California law prohibits workplace discrimination & harassment – All employers
- Transgender Rights in the Workplace – All employers
- Pregnancy disability leave – Employers of five to 49 employees
- Notice to employees: unemployment insurance – All employers
- Notice to employees: unemployment insurance benefits – All employers
- Notice to employees: time off to vote – All employers
- Human Trafficking Farm Labor Contractors
- Log and summary of occupational injuries and illnesses – Employers with 11 or more employees
- Farm labor contractor statement of pay rates – Licensed Farm labor contractors
- Required Workplace Posting for All California Barbering and Cosmetology Licensees
- Prevailing wage rate determinations – Public works awarding bodies and contractors
- Federal Labor Law Posters
More about California Mandatory Labor law Posters
Do I have to replace postings every year?
You only need to replace a posting when its content changes. The exception is the Minimum wage posters, which are updated annually.
Learn about California’s labor law poster requirements and how to stay compliant with the latest regulations. Get expert advice on what posters to display and where to display them.