Idaho businesses are again being solicited by private companies to pay for required labor law posters that the Idaho Department of Labor provides for free.
“Employers are doing everything they can to bolster Idaho’s recovering economy, and the last thing they need is some unscrupulous person trying to dupe them into paying for posters that are free,” Labor Director Roger B. Madsen said. “The people of Idaho already pay for these posters through their taxes, and businesses should download them free of charge from our website.”
Employers are encouraged to place the legally mandated posters on safety, wages and discrimination in the workplace where they can easily be seen by employees.
A complete package of all the posters Idaho businesses are required to display can be found on the Labor Department website.
Packets are available in either English or Spanish and contain the following posters:
- U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Law
- Idaho Minimum Wage Law
- Job Health and Safety Law (OSHA)
- Employee Polygraph Protection Act
- Family and Medical Leave Act of 1993
- Idaho Unemployment Insurance Benefits
- Federal Minimum Wage
- Idaho Anti-Discrimination
- Military Family Leave
Other federal employment posters for specific employment situations are also available.