- All Arkansas firms with a minimum of one employee must post specific notices informing employees of their working rights. The notice to be posted, employers who are obligated to post the notice, & information on how to acquire the notice are all listed here.
- All posting criteria must be placed in a visible location where all employees can see them.
- Only a few places offer free copies of required labor law posters. Among those are federal and state agencies. However, the majority of state government websites are inaccessible, confusing, and contain out-of-date links to downloaded PDF files.
- All of the electronic labor law posters listed on this website fulfill an employer’s legal responsibilities.
- The purpose of displaying these posters at your workplace is to educate your employees about their legal rights and responsibilities and even how to respond if their labor rights are violated.
- The posters are available in both the languages, English as well as Spanish.
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Arkansas Required Posters:
- Poster for Arizona’s Minimum Wage
- Poster for Paid Sick Time in Arizona
- Workers’ Compensation Notice to Employees Advertisement (Bilingual)
- Workplace Bodily Fluid Exposure (HIV, AIDS, Hepatitis “C”)
- MRSA, Spinal Meningitis, or Tuberculosis Exposure at Work (TB)
- Poster about employee safety and health (Bilingual)
- Occupational Health and Safety (ADOSH)
- Posters on Federal Labor Laws