If you participate in the federal government's E-Verify program to confirm employee work eligibility, you must display the E-Verify and Right to Work posters (in English and Spanish) where all employees can view them.
The Poster Guard® E-Verify Service provides one year of legal research, monitoring and automatic shipping of replacements whenever a mandatory change occurs. Posters are included at no charge with this service.
In addition to providing mandatory notifications, employers should communicate essential information about the Affordable Care Act to employees through the Affordable Care Act Poster. The supplemental poster utilizes Department of Labor language to explain the Health Insurance Marketplace (also called the “Exchange”); eligibility for lower-cost private insurance in the Exchange (depending on employee income and employer offer of coverage); and the possibility of losing the employer contribution (if any) when insurance is purchased through the Exchange.
Includes a downloadable link to mandatory Health Insurance Marketplace Notice form, a fill & save PDF that can be saved to a computer and printed.
The Earned Income Tax Credit was initiated to give working families a way to offset Social Security taxes and take home more money in each paycheck. By reducing the amount of federal tax owed, workers may even be eligible for a refund. Make your employees aware of this benefit by displaying the recommended Earned Income Tax Credit Poster.
Use this poster to prevent federal W-4 withholding mistakes. The Federal W-4 Poster will help your employees avoid costly mistakes regarding withholding decisions by providing information on common mistakes and giving them the website address for the tax withholding estimator issued by the IRS.
Inform employees about available health insurance assistance with the Medicaid and Children’s Health Insurance Program Poster. The poster includes contact information for programs such as Medicaid and the Children’s Health Insurance Program to help employees determine eligibility.
A Medicaid insurance program poster is recommended for most, but not all states. See Product Options tab for the state list.
Under the Fair Labor Standards Act, the McNamara-O’Hara Service Contract Act and/or the Walsh-Healey Public Contracts Act, employers of workers with disabilities under special minimum wage certificates have specific posting requirements. Display the Notice to Workers with Disabilities Poster in a conspicuous location where employees can readily observe it.
English - E1178 • Spanish - E1178S
Q. We have a few situations where we’d like to communicate essential information to employees. Are specialty labor law posters appropriate?
A. Absolutely! In a handful of cases, it’s smart (or legally required) to put up specialty labor law posters and safety posters, such as a federal W-4 poster to help employees make the right withholding decisions or a notice to workers with disabilities poster to meet special minimum wage certificate requirements.
Q. We provide mandatory notifications on the Affordable Care Act, but what about a poster?
A. Displaying a supplemental Affordable Care Act poster is a best practice to help explain the Health Insurance Marketplace (or “Exchange”), potential eligibility for employees and the possibility of losing the employer contribution if insurance is purchased through the Exchange.
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