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Employment posters assist employers in complying with Federal and State regulations. Select your state to view the required state and federal posters. Determining which posters apply to your specific business will depend on several factors: the number of employees, the location and nature of the business, type of workers, etc. It is important that employers display all posters applicable to their particular business because failure to do so may result in penalties or fines.

Select posters are available for printing in the Free Posters and Notices section. All posters will be fully accessible to print upon your paid subscription. In addition to the free printable posters that are included in your subscription, we also offer laminated all-in-one combination posters at special discounted rates for members.

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CALIFORNIA AND FEDERAL EMPLOYMENT POSTERS
Posters required by all employers

  • California Minimum Wage Law

Statewide minimum wage. The minimum wage poster is set to print on 8.5" x 14" paper (legal-size paper).                            

PDF California Minimum Wage Poster: English (revised 1/2017)
PDF California Minimum Wage Poster: Spanish (revised 1/2017)

  • Employee Rights Under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA)

Federal Minimum Wage, overtime, and child labor standards poster. Every employer covered by the minimum wage provisions of the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) must display the poster in a conspicuous area of the workplace where employees can easily read it.

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The federal FLSA poster, “Employee Rights Under The Fair Labor Standards Act” explains that employees (nonexempt) must be paid at least the federal minimum wage rate, and overtime pay of at least 1 ½ times their regular rate of pay for all hours worked over 40 in a workweek. Covered employers must post the notice in a conspicuous place in all of their establishments where it can be easily seen by employees.


PDF Color (English) (revised 7/2016)
PDF Color (Spanish) (revised 7/2016)
PDF Black and White (English) (revised 7/2016)
PDF Black and White (Spanish) (revised 7/2016)

  • Cal/OSHA—Safety and Health Protection on the job

Explains the basic requirements and procedures for compliance with California job safety and health laws and regulations.

PDF Cal/OSHA: English (revised 8/2014)
PDF Cal/OSHA: Spanish (revised 8/2014)

  • California Paid Sick Leave

Effective January 1, 2015, all employers must display the Paid Sick Leave poster in the workplace notifying employees of their right to accrue and use paid sick days under the Healthy Workplaces/Healthy Families Act of 2014.

PDF Paid Sick Leave Poster (revised 11/2014)

  • Workers Compensation Poster

All employers must display the Workers' Compensation "Notice to Employees - Injuries Caused by Work" poster, which advises employees of workers' compensation benefits. The workers' compensation poster is two pages: page one is the English version; page two is Spanish.

PDF Workers Compensation Poster - English/Spanish Combined (revised 1/2016)

  • California Law Prohibits Workplace Discrimination and Harassment

California Department of Fair Employment and Housing (DFEH) employment discrimination poster (DFEH-162).

PDF Employment Discrimation Poster: English (revised 11/2014)
PDF Employment Discrimination Poster: Spanish (revised 11/2014)

  • Notice to Employees of Unemployment Insurance, Disability Insurance, and Paid Family Leave (DE 1857a)

This poster is required to be posted in the workplace of employees who are covered by Unemployment Insurance and State Disability Insurance (DE 1857a). Note: employers must post either DE 1857a or DE 1858 (see below), depending on the type of coverage. PLUS: in addition to the poster, employers must also distribute informational pamphlets to employees (see Mandatory Notices section).

PDF DE 1857a: English (revised 11/13)
PDF DE 1857a: Spanish (revised 11/13)
PDF DE 1857a: Chinese (revised 11/13)
PDF DE 1857a: Vietnamese (revised 11/13)

  • Notice to Employees of Disability Insurance and Paid Family Leave (DE 1858)

This poster is required to be posted in the workplace of employees who are covered only by State Disability Insurance (DE 1858). Note: employers must post either DE 1857a or DE 1858 (see above), depending on the type of coverage. PLUS: in addition to the poster, employers must also distribute informational pamphlets to employees (see Mandatory Notices section).

PDF DE 1858: English (revised 11/08)

  • Wage Orders 1-17

Industrial Welfare Commission [IWC] Orders Regulating Wages, Hours and Working Conditions. Employers must post the applicable wage order specific to their industry. The most current Wage Orders can be printed from the California Department of Industrial Relations Website:

www.dir.ca.gov/IWC/WageOrderIndustries.htm

  • Notice of regular paydays with time and place of pay

Must specify the regular paydays and the time and place of payment.

PDF Notice of regular paydays

  • Smoking and No-Smoking Area Signs

Signage must be posted designating where smoking is prohibited/permitted in a place of employment.

PDF No-Smoking Area Sign
PDF Smoking in Designated Area Sign

  • Emergency Phone Numbers

All employers must post a list of emergency responders’ phone numbers (Form S-500) in the workplace.

PDF Emergency Phone Numbers: English

  • Time Off to Vote Notice

California employers must post the Time Off to Vote notice no less than 10 days before each election.

PDF Time Off to Vote: English (revised 8/15)
PDF Time Off to Vote: Spanish (revised 8/15)

  • Whistleblowers

The whistleblower notice must be prominently displayed in lettering larger than size 14 type and include a list of employee rights and responsibilities under the whistleblower laws, including the telephone number of the whistleblower hotline maintained by the office of the California Attorney General.

PDF English

  • Equal Employment Opportunity is the Law

Consolidated EEO poster—Every employer covered by the non-discrimination and EEO laws is required to post on its premises the EEO poster, "Equal Employment Opportunity is the Law."

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Consolidated EEO poster—The notice must be posted prominently, where it can be readily seen by employees and applicants for employment. The notice provides information concerning the laws and procedures for filing complaints of violations of the laws with the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP).  The poster prints out on two 11" X 8.5" pages. Employers should combine the two pages, top and bottom, to form one poster for display in the workplace. 


PDF EEO POSTER: English (revised 11/09)
PDF EEO POSTER: Spanish (revised 11/09)

  • Federal OSHA Poster: Job Safety and Health—It's the Law!

Employers covered by the federal Occupational Safety and Health Act must post the "Job Safety and Health—It's the Law!" poster (OSHA 3165).

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OSHA released a new poster in April 2015 (previous versions of the poster are still useable). The new poster is available in two sizes: 12.75 x 17.75 inches and 8.5 x 14 inches. If your office printer will not print the larger-sized poster, we recommend printing the smaller version which will print on legal size paper and meets the OSHA size requirements.

Size & Font Requirements: Federal law requires that reproductions or facsimiles of OSHA 3165 must be—at least—8.5 x 14 inches with 10-point type.  When downloading/printing the poster, it will automatically resize and print to 8.5 x 11.  To prevent this from occurring, when printing the poster you must manually adjust your printer properties settings to 8.5 x 14 and use legal size paper.  If you print OSHA 3165 on 8.5 x 11 paper, you will not be in compliance with OSHA regulations.

Note: if you have trouble viewing or downloading this poster: make sure you have the latest version of Adobe Acrobat Reader.


PDF Federal OSHA Poster 3165: English 12.75 x 17.75 (revised 4/2015)
PDF Federal OSHA Poster 3165: Spanish 12.75 x 17.75 (revised 4/2015)
PDF Federal OSHA Poster 3165: English 8.5 x 14 (revised 4/2015)
PDF Federal OSHA Poster 3165: Spanish 8.5 x 14 (revised 4/2015)

  • Your Rights Under USERRA

All employers must post a notice in the workplace informing employees of their rights under the Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act (USERRA).

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Employers may provide the notice by posting it in an area of the workplace where employer notices are customarily placed, by mailing it, or by distributing it via electronic mail. There is no size requirement for the poster.


PDF USERRA Poster: English (revised 10/08)
PDF USERRA Poster: Spanish (revised 10/08)

  • Notice of Protection (EPPA)

Employee Polygraph Protection Act (EPPA)—Every employer subject to the Act shall post, and keep posted, on its premises a notice explaining the EPPA.

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EPPA poster editions: The dimensions of the most recent version of the poster, dated July 2016, is 11” x 17” which is the mandatory size for this posting.  Employers who have printers that are unable to print a document of this size are advised to use the older version of the poster (2003), which is still valid for use.  The 2003 version of the poster will print on two 8.5” x 11” pages, which may be combined to form an 11 x 17-inch poster (mandatory size).


PDF EPPA Poster: English (revised 7/2016 version)
PDF EPPA Poster: Spanish (revised 1/2012)

Posters required by employers with 5 or more employees

  • Your Rights and Obligations as a Pregnant Employee

The new posting, "Your Rights and Obligations as a Pregnant Employee," replaces former Notice A.  It satisfies the Pregnancy Disability Leave (PDL) posting requirements. Employers will not be penalized if they have not replaced Notice A with this notice by April 1, 2016.  Regulations require posters in languages other than English if the primary language of 10% or more of the workforce is a language other than English.

PDF Your Rights and Obligations as a Pregnant Employee: English (revised 4/2016)

Posters required by employers with 10 or more employees

  • Proposition 65

Notice Requirement: Proposition 65 requires businesses with 10 or more employees to give a "clear and reasonable warning" prior to exposing any person to any chemical identified on the Governor's annual list as causing cancer or other reproductive toxicity. Warnings can be given by a variety of means, such as by labeling a consumer product, posting signs at the workplace, or publishing notices in a newspaper.

For more information, please review "Frequently Asked Questions about Proposition 65," or contact the Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment at (916) 445-6900.

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The Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement Act of 1986 (“Proposition 65”) requires the Governor to develop a list of chemicals determined by the state to cause cancer, birth defects or reproductive harm. The most recent list of Proposition 65 chemicals, which includes alcohol and tobacco products, now contains about 750 substances. The employer should review this list annually and post warnings if these chemicals are being used in the workplace. Click here to download the most current chemical list issued by the Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA).


PDF Sample Proposition 65 Workplace Notice: English

Posters required by employers with 50 or more employees

  • Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA)

All covered employers are required to display a poster summarizing the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA). The poster must be displayed at all locations even if there are no eligible employees. Where an employer's workforce is comprised of a significant portion of workers who are not literate in English, the employer is responsible for posting the notice in a language in which the workers are literate.

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Print Options: The FMLA poster is available for printing in two sizes: 11 x 17 or 8.5 x 14. If your printer is not capable of printing the FMLA poster in the larger format (11 x 17), use the smaller poster option (8.5 x 14 size) that will print on legal-size paper. You must manually adjust your printer settings to print on 8.5 x 14 paper.   

Written Notice: in addition to the above poster, employers must provide a written copy of this general notice to employees by either including it in an employee handbook or distributing a copy of the notice to each new employee upon hiring.


PDF FMLA POSTER (11"x17"): English (revised 2/2013)
PDF FMLA POSTER (11"x17"): Spanish (revised 2/2013)
PDF FMLA POSTER (11"x14"): English (revised 2/2013) (legal size paper)
PDF FMLA POSTER (11"x14"): Spanish (revised 2/2013) (legal size paper)
PDF FMLA POSTER (11"x17"): English (revised 4/2016)

  • Family Care and Medical Leave (CFRA Leave) and Pregnancy Disability Leave

The new "Family Care And Medical Leave (CFRA Leave) And Pregnancy Disability Leave Poster," replaces former Notice B. It satisfies the California Family Rights Act (CFRA) posting requirements. The CFRA requires the poster be displayed in languages other than English if the primary language of 10% or more of the workforce is a language other than English.

PDF Family Care and Medical Leave (CFRA Leave) and Pregnancy Disability Leave (revised 7/15)
PDF Family Care and Medical Leave (CFRA Leave) and Pregnancy Disability Leave - Spanish (revised 7/15)

Posters required by employers with government contracts

  • E-Verify and Right to Work Posters

Federal contractors that are awarded a new contract after September 8, 2009, for $100,000 or more (or subcontracts exceeding $3,000) with a performance period of 120 days or more are required to use the online E-Verify system to verify the employment eligibility of their workers. Contractors are required under the rules of the program to post the E-Verify Poster and the Right to Work Poster.

PDF E-Verify: English (revised 11/2013)
PDF E-Verify: Spanish (revised 11/2013)
PDF Right to Work: English (revised 11/2013)
PDF Right to Work: Spanish (revised 11/2013)

  • Minimum Wage Poster for Federal Contractors

Executive Order 13658 establishes a new minimum wage for federal contractors. The Executive Order (EO) requires that parties who contract with the Federal Government pay workers a specified minimum wage for performing work on or in connection with covered Federal contracts issued on or after January 1, 2015.

PDF Federal Minimum Wage for Contractors

  • Paid Sick Leave Poster for Federal Contractors

Executive Order 13706 establishes paid sick leave for federal contractors. The Executive Order (EO) requires that parties who contract with the federal government provide their employees with up to seven days of paid sick leave annually, including paid leave allowing for family care, beginning with contracts awarded on or after January 1, 2017.

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What contracts are covered by EO 13706?

The requirements of the EO apply only to certain categories of contracts with the Federal Government, and only to contracts that are “new” on or after January 1, 2017. The categories of covered contracts are identical to those covered by the Final Rule implementing EO 13658, Establishing a Minimum Wage for Contractors (Minimum Wage EO), except that the Final Rule implementing EO 13706 applies to certain contracts with the U.S. Postal Service.

Under the EO and Final Rule, the paid sick leave requirements apply to a new contract that is: (1) a procurement contract for construction covered by the Davis-Bacon Act (DBA); (2) a contract for services covered by the Service Contract Act (SCA); (3) a contract for concessions, including any concessions contract excluded from coverage under the SCA by Department of Labor regulations at 29 CFR 4.133(b); or (4) a contract in connection with Federal property or lands and related to offering services for Federal employees, their dependents, or the general public. The regulations do not apply to contracts for the manufacturing or furnishing of materials, supplies, articles, or equipment to the Federal Government that are subject to the Walsh-Healey Public Contracts Act.

The Final Rule only applies to contracts, or portions of contracts, with the Federal Government performed within the United States (defined as the 50 States and the District of Columbia).

source: DOL


PDF Federal Contractors Paid Sick Leave Poster

  • Notice to Employees - Davis—Bacon Act

Davis–Bacon Act; for those employers with public construction contracts in excess of $2,000.

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The older version of the poster is formatted to print on two 8.5" x 11" pages, and must be taped together to form one 11" x 17" poster. The April 2009 version is formatted to print at 11"x17".


PDF Davis-Bacon Poster: English (2 pages)
PDF Davis-Bacon Poster: Spanish (2 pages)
PDF Davis-Bacon Poster: English (revised 4/2009)
PDF Davis-Bacon Poster: Spanish (revised 4/2009)

  • Notice to Employees Working on Government Contracts

Employers who perform work covered by the Walsh–Healy Public Contract Act (PCA) [for those engaged in government contracts in excess of $10,000] or the McNamara–O'Hara Service Contract Act (SCA) [for employers engaged in contracts with the U.S. or the District of Columbia in excess of $2,500 and subject to the Act] are required to post notice of compensation required (including, for service contracts, any applicable wage determination) in a prominent and accessible location at the worksite where it may be seen by all employees performing on the contract.

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The poster is two pages that must be taped or pasted together to form an 11 x 17 inch poster.


PDF Notice to Employees: English (Revised 4/2009)
PDF Notice to Employees: Spanish (Revised 5/2007)

  • Employee Rights Under the National Labor Relations Act

Pursuant to Executive Order 13496, beginning on June 21, 2010, Federal contractors and subcontractors must notify employees about their rights under the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA). Posting requirement applies to federal contractors with contracts of $100,000 and subcontracts of $10,000 or more.

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Size requirement: The size of the poster must be 11x17 inches or larger.
Since most printers cannot print 11x17 inch documents, this poster is in the 8.5x11 inch, two-page format. When printing, please ensure that the Page Scaling box reads: Scale to Printer Margins and you have checked the Auto-Rotate and Center box. The poster will print two 8.5x11 inch landscape pages that must be taped or pasted together to form the 11x17 inch poster.


PDF Employee Rights Under the NLRA: English
PDF Employee Rights Under the NLRA: Spanish

Posters required by employers who have done exposure evaluations (toxic substances)

  • Access to Medical and Exposure Records

Provides information about rights of employees working with hazardous/toxic substances. Cal/OSHA

PDF Access to Medical and Exposure Records: English (revised 1/2015)
PDF Access to Medical and Exposure Records: Spanish (revised 1/2015)

Posters required by employers who use migrant and seasonal agricultural workers

  • Migrant and Seasonal Agricultural Worker Protection Act (MSPA)

Each farm labor contractor, agricultural employer and agricultural association that employs any migrant agricultural worker must post in the workplace a poster that explains the rights and protections for workers required under the Migrant and Seasonal Agricultural Worker Protection Act (MSPA).

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NOTE:  This poster will print on two 8-1/2 x 11 pages, in English and Spanish.  The two printed pages must be taped or pasted together to form an 11 x 17-inch poster.


PDF MSPA Poster: English & Spanish

Posters required by employers of disabled workers paid at special minimum wages

  • Notice to Workers with Disabilities Paid at Special Minimum Wages

Employers that employ workers with disabilities under special minimum wage certificates authorized by the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), the McNamara–O'Hara Service Contract Act (SCA), and/or the Walsh–Healey Public Contracts Act (PCA) are required to display a poster prescribed by the U.S. Department of Labor–Wage and Hour Division explaining the conditions under which special minimum wages may be paid.

PDF English (Revised 7/09)
PDF Spanish (Revised 3/08)

Miscellaneous posters

San Francisco employers only

  • San Francisco Health Care Security Ordinance

San Francisco employers with 20 or more employees must post the Health Care Security Ordinance notice. The Ordinance requires covered employers, even those that are not based in San Francisco, to make minimum health care expenditures for their employees working in San Francisco.

PDF San Francisco Health Care Security Ordinance (revised 12/2014)

  • San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance

San Francisco employers with 20 or more employees must post the Fair Chance Ordinance in English, Spanish, Chinese, and any language spoken by at least 5 percent of the employees at that specific location. The Ordinance requires employers with 20 or more employees to review an application’s qualifications before inquiring about that person's arrest and conviction record(s) and related information.

PDF San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance: English (revised 12/2014)
PDF San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance: Spanish (revised 12/2014)
PDF San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance: Chinese (revised 12/2014)

  • San Francisco Family Friendly Workplace Ordinance

San Francisco employers with 20 or more employees must post must post the Family Friendly Workplace Ordinace notice at any job site where an employee works and in any language spoken by at least five percent of the employees at the job site.

PDF San Francisco Family Friendly Workplace Ordinance (revised 3/2014)

  • San Francisco Paid Sick Leave

All San Francisco employers must post a notice informing employees of their rights to paid sick leave.

PDF San Francisco Paid Sick Leave (revised 12/2010)

  • San Francisco Minimum Wage

In addition to the posters required by the State of California, the City of San Francisco requires employers performing work within the City to post additional notices.

All San Francisco employers must display the city's minimum wage poster in each workplace in English, Spanish, and Chinese, and in any other language spoken by at least 5% of the workforce.

PDF San Francisco Minimum Wage: English (effective 5-1-2015)

ADDITIONAL POSTERS THAT MAY APPLY TO YOUR BUSINESS
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■   Employers with Outdoor Worksites

Protecting Workers from Heat Stress Poster

Employers with outdoor worksites must take special precautions to reduce the risk of heat illness. These optional posters provide information on preventing heat illness in outdoor workers, including how to recognize key symptoms and what treatment to provide.

PDF Heat Illness Prevention - Agriculture
PDF Heat Illness Prevention - Construction

■   Employers that employ foreign agricultural workers

H-2A Poster

Businesses that employ H-2A workers are required to display the H-2A poster, "Employee Rights Under The H-2a Program."  The H-2A nonimmigrant worker visa program enables agricultural employers to employ foreign workers on a temporary basis to perform agricultural labor or services.

PDF PDF H-2A Poster: English (revised 4/2012)
PDF PDF H-2A Poster: Spanish (revised 4/2012)

MANDATORY WRITTEN NOTICES TO BE DISTRIBUTED TO EMPLOYEES
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■   All Employers

> Paid Family Leave Information Brochure

Employers must provide a copy of the Paid Family Leave (PFL) Brochure (DE 2511) to each newly hired employee and to each employee taking leave under the program. (Note: these files contain graphics and may be slow to open).  

PDF • PFL Brochure: English (revised 9/16)
PDF • PFL Brochure: Spanish (revised 9/16)
PDF • PFL Brochure: Chinese (revised 11/15)
PDF • PFL Brochure: Vietnamese (revised 11/15)

> Disability Insurance Information Pamphlet

This pamphlet (DE 2515) explains an employee's disability insurance rights and must be distributed to all new hires and again if an employee needs disability leave.

PDF • Disability Insurace Pamphlet: English (revised 10/16)
PDF • Disability Insurace Pamphlet: Spanish (revised 10/16)

> Unemployment Insurance Information Pamphlet

The California Unemployment Insurance Program pamphlet "For Your Benefit" (DE 2320), must be distributed to the employee whenever an employer discharges or lays off an employee, or places an employee on a leave of absence

PDF • Unemployment Insurance Pamphlet: English (revised 1-16)
PDF • Unemployment Insurance Pamphlet: Spanish (revised 1-16)
PDF • Unemployment Insurance Pamphlet: Chinese (revised 1-16)
PDF • Unemployment Insurance Pamphlet: Vietnamese (revised 1-16)

> Sexual Harassment Fact Sheet

Employers must distribute to all employees an information sheet on sexual harassment (DFEH-185) informing employees that harassment or discrimination in employment is prohibited by law. An employer may either distribute this pamphlet or develop an equivalent document that meets the State’s requirements.

PDF • Sexual Harassment Fact Sheet: English (revised 11/14)
PDF • Sexual Harassment Fact Sheet: Spanish (revised 11/07)

> Time of Hire Pamphlet (Facts About Workers' Compensation For Employees)

Employers must distribute to all newly hired employees a pamphlet informing them of their rights and obligations under workers' compensation laws.

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Employers must complete the required information on pages 1 and 2 before distributing the pamphlet to employees.


PDF • Time of Hire Pamphlet: English (revised 6/2014)
PDF • Time of Hire Pamphlet: Spanish (revised 6/2014)

> Children's Health Insurance Program Notice

Employers that live in states that offer premium assistance under state Medicaid or the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) must provide a model notice to inform employees of potential opportunities available for premium assistance.  The notice is required under the Children’s Health Insurance Program Reauthorization Act of 2009 (CHIPRA), and must be provided annually to employees on the first day of each plan year.

PDF • CHIPRA Notice: English (expires 12/31/2019)
PDF • CHIPRA Notice: Spanish (expires 12/31/2019)

> Earned Income Tax Credit Notice

All California employers must provide a written notice to employees along with their annual wage summaries informing them of their possible right to take an Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) on their federal tax returns (AB 650) and that they may be eligible for the California Earned Income Tax Credit (California EITC).

PDF • Earned Income Tax Credit Notice: English
PDF • Earned Income Tax Credit Notice: Spanish

> Labor Code Section 2810.5 "Wage Theft" Notice

Notice 2810.5 must be given to all new hires in the language the employee normally uses to communicate. The notice includes specified wage information, employer information, and the employee's right to accrue and use paid sick leave. (CA Labor Code section 2810.5).  Notice 2810.5 is available in other languages on the California Department of Industrial Relations website.

PDF • Notice to Employees: English (revised 11/2014)
PDF • Notice to Employees: Spanish (revised 9/2014)

> Withholding Allowance Notice - Form DE 35

Form DE 35, Notice to Employees, informs employees that their employer is required to send copies of Employee’s Withholding Allowance Certificate (Form W-4 [federal] or DE 4 [state]) to the Franchise Tax Board (FTB) if the certificate meets certain conditions.

PDF • Withholding Allowance Notice - Form DE 35: English & Spanish (revised 5/2013)

> Affordable Care Act (Health Care) Model Notices

> California Personal Income Tax (PIT) Withholding - Form DE 4

Form DE 4 must be completed by employees who claim a different marital status or number of allowances (from Form W-4) for California Personal Income Tax (PIT) withholding.

PDF California Personal Income Tax Withholding - Form DE 4 (1/16)

> Notice to Employees of Change in Relationship

Employers must provide written notice to employees immediately upon their discharge, layoff, leave of absence, or change in employment status.

PDF Notice to Employees of Change in Relationship

■   Employers With 50 or More Employees

> Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) Notice

In addition to displaying the FMLA poster in the workplace, employers must provide a written copy of this general notice to employees by either including it in an employee handbook or distributing a copy of the notice to each new employee upon hiring.

PDF • FMLA Notice: English (revised 2/2013)
PDF • FMLA Notice: Spanish (revised 2/2013)

■   Employers with 25 or More Employees

> Domestic Violence Leave Notice

The Domestic Violence Employment Leave Act requires employers of 25 or more employees to provide written notice to new hires, and to current employees upon request, of their rights to take protected time off for domestic violence, sexual assault or stalking. The California Labor Commissioner is responsible for developing a model notice no later than July 1, 2017 that employers can use. (note: as of March 30, 2017, this notice has not been released by the Commissioner. Notice to employees is not required until the model notice has been made available).

PDF Domestic Violence Leave Notice



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