The OSHA poster is included on the Minnesota Complete Labor Law Poster. When you order the Minnesota Complete Labor Law Poster, it will satisfy your State, Federal, and OSHA posting requirements with one poster.
10/2021 - Minnesota Minimum Wage - Revised with new Large employer wage of $10.33 per hour and Small employer wage of $8.42 per hour, J-1 Visa wage of $8.42 per hour all effective January 1, 2022.
10/2020 - Minnesota Minimum Wage - Revised with new $10.08 per hour minimum wage effective January 1, 2021.
10/2019 - Minnesota Minimum Wage - Revised with new 2020 minimum wages for large and small employers.
Minnesota State Non-Mandatory Updates
08/2014 - - Updated regulations to increase the number of protected leave time.
08/2013 - Minnesota Minimum Wage - Minor update to "Protected Leave" section includes the addition of spouse, sibling, grandparent or step-parent that can be attended to.
04/2012 - Discrimination - Minor changes, including new logos and reformatted text.
04/2012 - Workers' Compensation - Minor changes, including new logos and reformatted text.
04/2012 - Occupational Safety and Health Protection - Minor changes, including new logos and reformatted text.
Federal State Mandatory Updates
01/2013 - - Amendment expands the military family leave provisions and incorporates a special eligibility provision for airline flight crew employees, as well as making some additional regulatory changes.
Federal State Non-Mandatory Updates
05/2012 - - NLRB issued a final notice on August 25, 2011, mandating most employers to post the NLRA poster. The enforcement and posting date of the poster has been postponed. Posting date will be announced as soon as it has been published.
03/2012 - - New TTY number listed and QR phone reader added.
Many industries such as the restaurant, retail, construction, and professional use the Complete Labor Law Poster to satisfy their compliance requirements for State, Federal, and OSHA. When posted in an area frequented by employees, the Complete Labor Law Poster puts a business in full compliance.
Are You a Federal Contractor or Subcontractor?
Federal contractors and subcontractors are required to display more postings in addition to the general State, Federal, and OSHA regulations. Please click here to see the federal contractor and subcontractor posting requirements. Ensure your full compliance by posting the Complete Labor Law Posters with the federal contractor-required postings.