Federal and State regulations require employment law posters to be prominently displayed in conspicuous locations* so as to be accessible to all employees and applicants. One additional poster is required in facilities where law enforcement officers, fire fighters, EMS employees, paramedics, and correctional officers work; several posters are also recommended but not required. The Spanish version is also required for certain posters, as indicated below.
*See Examples of Conspicuous Locations below.
Required Workplace Posters
- Communicable Diseases* (English) (Spanish)
- Employee Rights Under the Fair Labor Standards Act (English) (Spanish)
- Employees Notice on Unemployment Benefit Payment (English) (Spanish)
- Equal Employment Opportunity (English) (Spanish)
- EEO Supplement Poster
- E-Verify (English) (Spanish)
- Family and Medical Leave Act (English) (Spanish)
- Know Your Rights Under the Recovery Act/Federal Whistleblower Protection (English)
- Notice to Employees of Workers' Compensation Insurance (English)
- Office of Injured Employee Counsel/Ombudsman Program (English/Spanish)
- Right to Work (English) (Spanish)
- Texas Hazard Communication Act (English) (Spanish)
- Texas Whistleblower Act (English)
- Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act (English)
*Communicable Diseases poster only required in facilities where law enforcement officers, fire fighters, EMS employees, paramedics and correctional officers work.
Recommended Workplace Posters
- Stop Sex Discrimination and Harassment (Title IX) (English)
- Campus Emergency Information: Listen-Educate-Act-Dial-Seek / Tell Somebody (English)
- Employee Polygraph Protection Act (English) (Spanish)
- Risk, Fraud & Misconduct Hotline (English)
- Statement of Support for the Guard and Reserve (English)
- Stop Fraud Waste Abuse (English)
- Texas Child Labor Law (English) (Spanish)
- Texas - Equal Opportunity is the Law (English)
- Each poster must be clearly visible.
- Both the English and Spanish versions of a poster must be displayed if a Spanish version is available from the issuing organization.
- Posters may not be bound, clipped, stacked or filed together as a set.
- Departments with multiple offices or separate floors may post additional workplace posters so all employees have access; if not, it is recommended that HR Liaisons annually communicate to employees the location of their department’s workplace posters.
- OSHA posters are not required to be displayed at Texas A&M University.
Examples of Conspicuous Locations
- Lunch or break room
- Lobby or reception area
- Locations where notices to employees are customarily posted
- Locations where employees congregate
If you have questions about workplace posters, please contact HR Policy & Practice Review at email@example.com or (979) 862-3331.