It’s not enough to just display labor law posters, as many require fill-in-the-blank information. These postings must be completed at the location-level, providing the information outlined by the location’s state, county, city and more. This information may include:
- Emergency contacts
- Unemployment insurance
- Worker’s compensation carrier
- Area hospitals
- And more
Currently, 38 states and cities require fill-in-the-blank postings.
If this information is not completed, your labor law posters are technically not compliant. So, double-check (or have your location managers check) by performing a quick audit of each of your postings to ensure they reflect the most updated information.
So, how do you ensure your locations will keep these posters updated? One way is to include a custom memo or notification along with poster updates to help ensure your location managers understand how to complete the postings. Remember to include instructions on how to fill them on, what information to include, and how often to update them.
To learn more about Fill-in-the-Blank postings, check out our informational Fill-in-the-Blank Postings Guide.