The HUD Equal Housing Opportunity Poster by ComplyRight contains legal definitions of discrimination in real estate and contact information for the government agency, as required by the Federal Fair Housing Act of 1968. Any business, broker, agent or person in the real estate business should display a fair housing poster.
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Under Illinois state law, day labor agencies that place workers on a daily or temporary basis in manufacturing, construction and other non-clerical positions must register with the Illinois Department of Labor (IDOL) and display a specific poster. The Illinois Department of Labor Poster, which must be posted in English and any other language generally understood in the location of the agency, upholds this state-specific requirement.
All construction contractors using independent contractors must display the Illinois Employee Classification Act Poster in a conspicuous location as required by state law.
The Illinois Employee Classification Act Poster is required for all construction contractors working with independent contractors. The notice must be displayed in English, Spanish and Polish. And it must be posted in a conspicuous place on each job site where independent contractors perform services – as well as in each of the construction contractor's offices.
The Kansas Fair Housing Poster must be displayed in all businesses involved with the sale or rental of housing. This includes real estate agencies, property managers’ offices – as well as businesses offering financing, selling and leasing services. This consumer-facing poster advises prospective renters and buyers of Kansas law prohibiting discrimination in connection with housing.
The Kentucky Fair Housing Poster is required to be displayed in public areas where real estate or real estate-related transactions are performed. The notice informs consumers that the Kentucky Fair Housing Act prohibits discrimination on the basis of color, disability, familial status, national origin, race, religion and gender in the sale, rental and financing of housing.
The Massachusetts Fair Housing Poster must be displayed in businesses involved in selling or renting homes – including companies that finance those activities. This notice is an equal opportunity law poster issued by the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination. The notice must be posted in a conspicuous place where all employees can view it. This poster describes the rights of potential tenants to buy, lease, rent, own or possess property free from discrimination.
Temporary staffing agencies in Massachusetts must display certain information in their location (not the worksite) for temporary workers to view. The Massachusetts Temporary Workers Right to Know Poster informs employees of their rights under the Temporary Workers Right to Know Law. It also provides contact information for the Massachusetts Department of Labor, the agency that enforces the law.
The U.S. Department of Labor requires employers who hire migrant and seasonal agricultural workers to display a special notice informing them of their rights. The Migrant and Seasonal Agricultural Workers Poster is a bilingual English/Spanish poster that explains these rights and protections against discrimination.
The Missouri Anti-Redlining Poster must be displayed by every state financial institution in the lobby of each office location. The notice describes that state financial institutions cannot refuse to provide, upon request, application forms. In addition, they cannot refuse or obstruct written applications for residential real estate loans. The poster also details that if an application is rejected, financial institutions must provide the applicant with a written statement explaining the reasons for rejection.
The Missouri Fair Housing Poster must be displayed in businesses involved in selling or renting homes – including companies that finance those activities. The notice must be posted where the public can easily view it. The Missouri Human Rights Act mandates that people have equal housing opportunities and cannot be subjected to discrimination based on certain protected categories.
Businesses in certain industries — such as restaurants, healthcare facilities and public sector employers — are responsible for additional postings beyond the basic state and federal labor law posters. Special industry labor law posters cover a variety of topics, from safety regulations to minimum wage requirements, to ensure full compliance.
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