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Minnesota Notice of Americans with Disabilities Act Poster

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Meet Posting Requirements with the Minnesota Notice of Americans with Disabilities Act Poster


The Minnesota Notice of Americans with Disabilities Act Poster must be posted by state contractors and subcontractors with state construction contracts that involve the erection, construction, remodeling, or repairing of a public building or other public work. The notice is required whether the project is financed in whole or part by state funds.

$9.99

Minnesota Notice of Nondiscrimination in Employment Poster

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Satisfy State Contractor Posting Regulations with Minnesota Nondiscrimination in Employment Poster


Minnesota employers with state construction contracts must display this poster to inform employees of their right to be free from discrimination.

$9.99

Minnesota Notice to Workers on Construction Projects Poster

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Satisfy Legal Requirements with the Minnesota Notice to Workers on Construction Projects Poster


The Minnesota Notice to Workers on Construction Projects Poster must be posted by state contractors and subcontractors with state construction contracts that involve the erection, construction, remodeling or repairing of a public building or other public work. The notice is required whether the project is financed in whole or in part by state funds.

$9.99

National Labor Relations Act Poster

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Display the National Labor Relations Act Poster to Uphold Regulatory Requirements


Under the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA), most federal contractors and subcontractors must inform employees of certain rights. The National Labor Relations Act Poster summarizes those rights, including the authority to organize and bargain collectively with employers and to engage in other protected activity. It also provides contact information for the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), the agency that enforces the NLRA.


Available in English & Spanish.


English - E2208 • Spanish - E2212

See Product Options tab below for guidance on language selection.

$14.99

New York Public Work Project Poster

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Share Essential Worker Rights with the New York Public Work Project Poster


Under state law, the New York Public Work Project Poster must be clearly displayed by contractors and subcontractors with state public work construction contracts.


New York state law requires all contractors and subcontractors to post a notice that includes the telephone number and address for the Department of Labor (DOL) – as well as a statement informing laborers, workers or mechanics of their right to contact the DOL if they are not receiving the proper wages and/or supplements for the particular job classification. The notice must be displayed at the start of every public work contract on each job site.

$9.99

Rhode Island Notice to Employees State Contracts Poster

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Inform Workers of Their Rights with the Rhode Island Notice to Employees State Contracts Poster


The Rhode Island Notice to Employees State Contracts Poster notice must be prominently displayed by all state contractors and subcontractors with state public works contracts.


Under state law, the Rhode Island Notice to Employees State Contracts Poster must be displayed by state contractors and subcontractors in areas accessible to all workers. This applies to contractors and subcontractors who perform any public work consisting of grading, cleaning, demolishing, improvement, completion, repair, alteration or construction of any public road or any bridge or portion thereof or any heavy construction or any public works projects.

$9.99

Texas Workers' Comp Coverage Poster/Notice to Workers on Construction Projects

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Display Texas Workers' Comp Coverage Poster/Notice to Workers on Construction Projects to Communicate Legal Rights


The Texas Workers' Comp Coverage Poster/Notice to Workers on Construction Projects must be posted by all state contractors with state-building or construction contracts.


Texas law requires state contractors with state-building or construction contracts to display a special notice informing workers of their rights. The notice must be prominently displayed in areas easily accessible to all works, and it must be posted in both English and Spanish.

$14.99

Walsh-Healey Public/Service Contracts Poster

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Display Walsh-Healey Public/Service Contracts Poster to Satisfy Employment Law Requirement


Depending on your relationship to the federal government and operational specifics, you may be required to display the Walsh-Healey Public/Service Contracts Poster. This poster notifies employees of the minimum wage, fringe benefits and overtime pay, as well as safety and health standards. (See below for more details.)


Available in English & Spanish.


English - E2201 • Spanish - E2201S

See Product Options tab below for guidance on language selection.

$14.99

FAQs About Federal Contractor Posters

Q. Do federal contractors have to display specific federal contractor posters?

A. Yes. If you contract with the federal government to provide goods or services, you may be responsible for displaying up to 13 additional federal contractors posters beyond the mandatory federal labor law posters. Your specific obligations depend on the types of contracts you have and with what government agencies (and in some cases, the dollar amount of the contracts).

Q. As a federal contractor, do we have to display all federal contractor labor law posters at every worksite?

A. Not necessarily. Federal contractors must post additional labor law postings, depending on the types of contracts and their value. In general, posters (such as a construction poster or Davis-Bacon Act poster) must be displayed only in locations where federal contract work is performed or supported.

Q. How do we know if our business is a federal contractor?

A. Your business is likely a federal contractor if 1) you provide goods or services directly to the federal government, 2) you are a ‘first tier’ or ‘second tier’ vendor to a federal contractor (for example, you supply parts or develop technology used to fulfill the federal contract), 3) you are a financial institution that carries federal deposit insurance, or 4) your business works on federally financed construction projects.

Q. Is it really necessary to display additional federal contractor posters?

A. It’s critically important. If you don’t comply with the applicable federal contractor posting requirements, you could face steep fines and even lose your government contract or funding. Contracts can be suspended or cancelled just because of posting noncompliance.

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