East Palo Alto Labor Law Poster

East Palo Alto Labor Law Poster
East Palo Alto Labor Law Poster

FED1755

All businesses with employees in East Palo Alto, CA are legally required to post this city mandated poster in addition to California State & Federal Labor Law Posters. This poster meets requirements & protects businesses from posting fines & employee disputes.

Poster Contains:

  • Minimum Wage: $17.00 per hour
  • Bilingual: English and Spanish
  • Poster Size: 11 x 17
  • Front and back sides are laminated
  • Quality printing in full color
 

Attention: This poster is to be posted in addition to the California State & Federal Labor Law Posters. If you do not have an updated California State & Federal Poster, please select the City + California State & Federal Poster bundle to be in full compliance.

$14.95
Availability: In stock

FED1755

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FED1755-Conf
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The City + California State & Federal Labor Law Poster option will include the following city, state & federal required posters for all businesses.

The City Only Poster option will only include the San Carlos Required posters below.

East Palo Alto Required Posters: California Required Posters: Federal Required Posters:
  • City of East Palo Alto Minimum Wage: $17.00 Effective January 1, 2024

This laminated San Carlos City poster has
recent labor law postings that meet business
requirements to protect employers from
posting fines and employee disputes. Please
post this poster in addition to your existing
California state & federal labor law posters.

  • California Minimum Wage: $16.00 - Effective 1/2024
  • Discrimination Notice
  • Family Care, Medical, and Pregnancy Disability Leave
  • Transgender Rights in the Workplace
  • Your Rights and Obligations as a Pregnant Employee
  • Access to Medical and Exposure Records
  • California No Smoking Poster
  • CALOSHA – Health and Safety Protection
  • EDD Notice to Employees
  • Emergency Phone Numbers
  • Paid Sick Leave Notice
  • Payday Notice
  • Time Off to Vote Notice
  • Unemployment Insurance
  • Whistleblower Protection Act
  • Workers' Compensation
  • EEOC Know Your Rights: Workplace Discrimination is Illegal
  • Family and Medical Leave Act
  • Employee Polygraph Protection Act
  • Federal Minimum Wage
  • USERRA – Uniformed Services Employment
    and Reemployment Rights Act
  • IRS Withholding Notice

State Mandatory Updates

State Non-Mandatory Updates

Federal State Mandatory Updates

  • 06/2023 - EEOC Know Your Rights: Workplace Discrimination is Illegal - Revised with new information related to the new Pregnant Workers Fairness Act (PWFA) effective June 27, 2023 and a new revision date.
  • 05/2023 - Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) - Federal Minimum Wage - Revised the Nursing Mothers section of the poster with the PUMP for Nursing Mothers Act (PUMP Act) and more clarification on employer requirements to provide reasonable break time and accommodations for nursing employees.
  • 10/2022 - EEOC Know Your Rights: Workplace Discrimination is Illegal - Revised to use plain language and bullet points to summarize the laws for employees. Added a QR code that links to instructions on how to file a charge of workplace discrimination. This new version replaces the old Equal Employment Opportunity is the law poster.

Federal State Non-Mandatory Updates

  • 05/2023 - Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) - Revised with a new easy to read question and answer format and a new QR code to access more information.
  • 05/2023 -  - Revised with a new website and a new QR code for more information.
  • 07/2016 - Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) - Federal Minimum Wage - Update includes new regulation revisions as of August 2016 which includes text regarding nursing mothers and overtime rules.
  • 07/2016 -  - Update includes new regulation revisions as of August 2016 which includes the removal of penalty amount up to $10,000 against violators and revised contact numbers.
  • 05/2016 -  - Minor update includes a new QR code and contact information.
  • 05/2016 -  - Update includes minor reformatting and slight changes of verbiage regarding the usage of FMLA.