The Department of Labor in each state offers the required labor posters for free for employers. For example, in Alabama, the Alabama Department of Labor offers the Alabama Child Labor Law, Workers’ Compensation Notice an... More »

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People can download free labor law posters at Dol.gov. The U.S. Department of Labor provides several posters on topics such as health and safety, equal opportunity legislation, fair labor standards, workers with disabili... More »

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The United States Department of Labor's website provides links to download printable PDF files or order printed copies of required labor law posters. The website also has a poster advisor link that provides information o... More »

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Print safety posters for free on WorkSafeBC.com, OSHA.gov and NYSIF.com, as of 2015. The Occupational Health and Safety Administration's website features posters for cleaning chemicals, fireworks and job safety. WorkSafe... More »

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The United States Department of Labor's website provides links to download printable PDF files or order printed copies of required labor law posters. The website also has a poster advisor link that provides information o... More »

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State and federal law requires employers to post labor law posters in conspicuous areas visited regularly by employees, and they must also be visible to applicants, explains LaborLawCenter. Specific posters employers may... More »

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Federal law does not require employers to give employees a break during work hours, according to the U.S. Department of Labor. State laws vary as to how long an employee works between breaks. A 30-minute meal break for e... More »