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Posters for the Workplace

Labor law posters

Overview

Workplace compliance posters required to be displayed can vary from one employer to another. Posters can be printed free of charge directly from links on this page or by following links to the U.S. Department of Labor.

All Texas employers must display posters containing information on the Workers’ Compensation Program, the Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act, the Fair Labor Standards Act, the Employee Polygraph Protection Act, and the Occupational Safety and Health Act. Employers subject to the Texas Payday Law must display a poster containing employee information on it. Employers liable under the Texas Unemployment Compensation Act must display a poster that includes information about both unemployment compensation and the Texas Payday Law. Also, every employer with 15 or more employees, and smaller employers with federal grants and contracts, must post the notice entitled “Equal Employment Opportunity Is the Law,” which contains information about the Equal Employment Opportunity/Americans with Disabilities Act laws.

Employers do not need to purchase required posters from private vendors. Government-issued compliance posters do not have to be laminated to satisfy an employer’s regulatory obligation.

Employers needing additional information about which posters they need to display can call TWC ‘s Labor Law unit at 800-832-9243 or 512-475-2670.

TWC Required Optional Posters

Payday law

All Texas employers subject to the Texas Payday Law must display a poster prominently in the workplace.

  • Texas Payday Law Poster – EnglishLabor law posters
  • Texas Payday Law Poster – SpanishLabor law posters (Spanish-language version optional)

Texas employers not liable under the Texas Unemployment Compensation Act, but subject to the Texas Payday Law, must display the Texas Payday Law poster. Print it from the links above or request it from the TWC Labor Law unit at 800-832-9243 or 512-475-2670.

Unemployment Compensation

Businesses whose employees are entitled to file for state unemployment benefits and are also covered by the Texas Payday Law should request the poster that combines both laws: Texas Unemployment Compensation Act and Texas Payday Law.

Note: We have removed account specific information from this poster.

You can download the poster below or through Unemployment Tax Services, or request a copy by email or fax, or by contacting your tax office:

  • Download the poster:
    • Unemployment Payday Law Poster – EnglishLabor law posters
    • Unemployment Payday Law Poster – SpanishLabor law posters (Spanish-language version optional)
  • Request the same poster online using Unemployment Tax Services
  • Call: 512-463-2731
  • Email: [email protected]
  • Fax: 512-936-3205

When requesting by email or fax, include your mailing address and specify whether you want English or Spanish.

Optional Posters

  • Information on Equal Employment Opportunity laws in Texas, as regulated by TWC’s Civil Rights Division.
    • The Law in TexasLabor law posters
  • Information on the Child Labor laws in Texas, as regulated by TWC’s Labor Law Department.
    • Child Labor Law in Texas Poster – EnglishLabor law posters
    • Child Labor Law in Texas Poster – SpanishLabor law posters

Other Texas Required Posters

Worker’s Compensation

All employers are required to inform their employees whether or not they carry workers’ compensation insurance coverage.

  • Employer’s Notice of Ombudsman Program

    Employers of emergency medical service employees, paramedics, fire fighters, law enforcement officers, or correctional officers and state agencies must post a notice informing employees about requirements regarding work-related exposures to reportable communicable diseases and eligibility for workers’ compensation benefits.

  • Required Workers’ Compensation Coverage

    Governmental entities have posting requirements for building or construction projects.

  • Earned Income Tax Credit

    Texas employers must notify their employees of the federal Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC ) no later than March 1st of each year. The Internal Revenue Service provides EITC materials including posters.

    Federal Required Posters

    Some of the statutes and regulations enforced by agencies within the Department of Labor require that posters or notices be posted in the workplace. DOL provides electronic copies of the required posters and some of the posters are available in languages other than English.

    To obtain posters or for more information about poster requirements or other compliance assistance matters, you may contact the U.S. Department of Labor at 866-4-USA-DOL (866-487-2365).

    Additional Posters for Public Employers

    Public employers, including Workforce Solutions Offices, may be required to display additional posters.

    The Texas law known as the Whistleblower Act prohibits retaliation against public employees who report official wrongdoing. A state or local governmental entity must inform its employees of their rights under this chapter by posting the notice in a prominent location in the workplace.

  • Worker Right to Know Notice EnglishLabor law postersSpanishLabor law posters

    The Texas Hazard Communication Act requires public employers to provide employees with specific information on the hazards of chemicals to which employees may be exposed in the workplace.

  • Job Service Complaint System





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