Fraudulent Labor Law Posting Alert in Arizona

The Industrial Commission of Arizona warns businesses about fraudulent ‘Final Notice’ documents being sent through the mail from the “Labor Standards Compliance Office.” These documents are designed to look like they are official notices from a government agency and claim that there is a non-compliance fee of $295.00.

Shifty Tactics Cause Alarm

Devious, high-pressure tactics like these are all too common from some poster vendors and justifiably cause alarm in government officials. Attorney General Greg Stumbo from Kentucky asks employers to be on the lookout for misleading labor law notices threatening civil and criminal penalties; some as high as $17,000. The Washington State Attorney General’s Office filed suit against a California company for violations of the Washington State Consumer Protection Act (CPA).

Government agencies will not call you asking you to purchase posters over the phone or mail out ‘Final Notices’ asking for a fee. Most state and federal labor law posters can be found online through your government agency for free. If you receive anything like this in the mail, double check the mailings. They may look official, but they probably are not.

Free Labor Law Posters

Yes, postings are indeed free from the government; however, if you manage a compliance program for multiple states, you must continually research multiple agencies for updated postings. The value of finding a reputable labor law poster company is in the ease and time savings.

How GovDocs Manages Labor Law Posting Compliance

GovDocs serves North America’s largest employers with ongoing poster compliance. Our customers include the world’s largest employer, the world’s largest private company, and 25% of Fortune 50 companies. Large companies rely on an outsourced solution for posting compliance because managing a posting compliance program in the U.S. and Canada is complicated and involves ongoing research of literally hundreds of government agencies and thousands of government documents.

Our number one goal is to ensure that our clients remain compliant with Federal, State, and City labor law, of course, but we also make our clients’ jobs easier and help their companies eliminate unnecessary spending on labor law posting and logistics. Providing ongoing posting compliance for more than 275,000 employment locations in the U.S. and Canada requires us to:

  • Perform diligent research.
  • Execute logistics and fulfillment efficiently and accurately.
  • Communicate changes to the law objectively.
  • Provide outstanding customer service.

For more information on how GovDocs is different, please visit our website:

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2 replies
    • Chaunce Stanton
      Chaunce Stanton says:

      Thanks for sharing that, Jim. Yes, even we get solicitations in the mail that look “official” – like a state tax notification – essentially saying our workplace is out of compliance and we could face fines from the government. Being that GovDocs is in the business of labor law poster compliance and that we have a warehouse full of the latest labor law postings, we get a hearty chuckle out of these notices!

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