Poster Guard® Electronic Labor Law Posters Service for Remote Workers delivers mandatory federal, state, county and city postings via email directly to employees who do not frequent facilities where physical postings are displayed.
Employees view postings online and receive email updates every time a mandatory change occurs. Receipt acknowledgments can be tracked for easy verification. See more in the Product Details tab.
*Price shown is per employee.
*Once your order is placed, you will be contacted via email to complete set up.
Poster Guard® Remote Worker E-Service for Canadian Employers delivers mandatory Canadian provincial postings via email to employees who do not frequent facilities where physical postings are displayed. Employees view the postings online and receive email updates every time a mandatory change occurs. Receipt acknowledgments are tracked for easy verification. Ideal for field salespeople, home-based workers, virtual work teams and other remote workers with internet access.
Digital solutions are not a replacement for full-size labor law posters in workplaces where physical posters should be displayed.
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.
The Tennessee Fair Housing Poster must be displayed by real estate brokers and salespeople, as well as financial institutions. The posting must be displayed in both English and Spanish where the public can easily view it. The notice provides important legal information on housing discrimination, which is prohibited under the Tennessee Human Rights Act.
The Texas Anti-Fraud Notice Poster must be displayed by financial institutions. The notice details how it is illegal under Texas law to intentionally or knowingly make a materially false or misleading statement to obtain property or credit, including a mortgage loan. If a person determines – or reasonably suspects – that fraudulent activity has been committed or is about to be committed, the law requires that person to report the information to an authorized government agency.
The Texas Recovery Fund Notice Poster must be displayed by mortgage bankers and residential mortgage loan originators. The notice must be posted at each office location and on company websites. The notice gives consumers contact information for the Department of Savings and Mortgage Lending – as well as instruction on how to file a complaint and how to file a recovery fund claim.
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