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Mandatory Posters

Mandatory Posters

Various state and federal laws require employers to display certain posters for the benefit of both employees and customers informing them of key provisions in the law. While not limited to, below you will find other required posters pertaining to a broad spectrum of business and industry, including housing and public accommodations. The following only describes required posters requested of the Missouri Department of Labor and Industrial Relations.

Posters Required by the State of Missouri

  1. Notice to Workers Concerning Unemployment Benefits (MODES-B-2). (Revised:07/13)

    Required by Missouri Revised Statutes, Section 288.130 and Division of Employment Security Code of State Regulations 8 CSR 10-3.070.

    This poster can be printed from this website or requested from the:

    Missouri Department of Labor and Industrial Relations
    Administrative Services Section
    P.O. Box 59
    Jefferson City, MO 65104-0059
    573-751-3194

  2. Workers' Compensation Law (WC-106). (Revised:06/12)

    *This poster prints out on two sheets of paper (8.5 x 11) that can then be taped together and used as the poster.

    Workers' Compensation Law (WC-106-Tabloid size). (Revised 06/12)

    **For best use, print out the poster either on one sheet of 11 X17 paper or two pieces of 8.5 X 11 (standard size) and tape pieces together, side by side. Printing this poster by using only one 8.5 X 11 paper (tabloid size) makes it challenging for the visually impaired to read.

    Required Missouri Revised Statutes, Section 287.127.

    This poster can be printed from this website or requested from:
    Missouri Department of Labor and Industrial Relations
    Administrative Services Section
    P.O. Box 59
    Jefferson City, MO 65104-0059
    573-751-3194

  3. Discrimination in Employment (MCHR-9). (Revised:11/12)

    Spanish Version (MCHR-9-S). (Revised: 11/12)

    Every employer, labor organization, employment agency, or other business or establishment covered by Chapter 213, RSMo shall post the Commission's equal employment poster in a place where other employee notices are posted or in a conspicuous place where employees will have access to it. Required by Missouri Revised Statutes, Section 213.020.2 and Code of State Regulations 8 CSR 60-3.010.

    This poster can be printed from this website or requested from:
    Missouri Department of Labor and Industrial Relations
    Missouri Commission on Human Rights
    3315 W. Truman Blvd., Ste. 212
    P.O. Box 1129
    Jefferson City, MO 65102-1129
    573-751-3325

  4. Missouri Minimum Wage Law (LS-52). (Revised: 01/14)

    Required by Missouri Revised Statutes, Section 290.522.

    This poster can be printed from this website or requested from:
    Missouri Department of Labor and Industrial Relations
    Division of Labor Standards
    3315 W. Truman Blvd., Room 205
    P.O. Box 449
    Jefferson City, MO 65102-0449
    573-751-3403

  5. Employer's Employing Workers Under the Age of 16 List (LS-43). (Revised:08/11)

    Missouri Revised Statutes Section 294.060.1 requires employers who employ youth under the age of 16 to post LS-43 Youth Employment List. (Must be printed on 8.5 x 14 paper to fit content on one page)

    This poster can be printed from this website or requested from:
    Missouri Department of Labor and Industrial Relations
    Division of Labor Standards
    3315 W. Truman Blvd., Room 205
    P.O. Box 1129
    Jefferson City, MO 65102-1129
    573-751-3403

  6. Discrimination in Housing (MCHR-6). (Revised:11/12)

    Spanish Version (MCHR-6-S) (Revised: 11/12)

    The Rules and Regulations of the Missouri Commission on Human Rights require employers in the business of sale or rental of housing to post MCHR-6 Discrimination in Housing.

    This poster can be printed from this website or requested from:
    Missouri Department of Labor and Industrial Relations
    Missouri Commission on Human Rights
    3315 W. Truman Blvd., Ste. 212
    P.O. Box 1129
    Jefferson City, MO 65102-1129
    573-751-3325

  7. Discrimination in Public Accommodations (MCHR-7).(Revised:11/12)

    Spanish Version (MCHR-7-S) (Revised: 11/12)

    The Rules and Regulations of the Missouri Commission on Human Rights require employers doing business in places open to the public to post MCHR-7 Discrimination in Public Accommodations.

    This poster can be printed from this website or requested from:
    Missouri Department of Labor and Industrial Relations
    Missouri Commission on Human Rights
    3315 W. Truman Blvd., Ste. 212
    P.O. Box 1129
    Jefferson City, MO 65102-1129
    573-751-3325

Posters Required by the Federal Government

  1. Employee Polygraph Protection Act (WHD 1462)

    Every employer subject to EPPA shall post and keep posted on its premises a notice explaining the Act. The notice must be posted in a prominent and conspicuous place in every establishment of the employer where it can readily be observed by employees and applicants for employment. There is no size requirement for the poster.

    The two printed pages must be taped or pasted together to form an 11 x 17 inch poster.

  2. Employee Rights under NLRA

    Also, the NLRB is translating the poster into 26 other commonly used languages. As the translations are available they will be posted on their page.

    *PLEASE NOTE: The poster is required to be 11 x 17 inches, in color or in black-and-white. When printing to full size, be sure to set your printer output to 11 x 17. Or you may print the two 8.5 x 11 pages and tape them together.

  3. Equal Employment Opportunity is the Law (EEOC-P/E-1)

    Contractors and subcontractors who hold a single federal contract or subcontract in excess of $10,000 or who hold contracts or subcontracts with the federal government in any 12-month period that have a total value of more than $10,000 are required to post the EEO notice, Equal Employment Opportunity is the Law (PDF). Federal contractors and subcontractors who (1) hold government bills of lading; (2) serve as a depository of federal funds in any amount; or (3) act as issuing and paying agents for U.S. savings bonds and notes must also post the EEO notice.

    The notice must be posted in conspicuous places available to employees and applicants for employment and representatives of each labor union with which the covered contractor or subcontractor has a collective bargaining agreement, such as, the personnel office, work-out facility, lunchroom, or company bulletin board. There is no particular size requirement.

  4. Fair Labor Standards Act: Minimum Wage (WHD 1088)

    Every employer of employees subject to the Fair Labor Standards Act's minimum wage provisions must post, and keep posted, a notice explaining the Act in a conspicuous place in all of their establishments so as to permit employees to readily read it. The content of the notice is prescribed by the Wage and Hour Division of the Department of Labor. An approved copy of the minimum wage poster is made available for informational purposes or for employers to use as posters.

  5. Family and Medical Leave Act (WHD 1420)

    All covered employers are required to display and keep displayed a poster prepared by the Department of Labor summarizing the major provisions of The Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) and telling employees how to file a complaint. The poster must be displayed in a conspicuous place where employees and applicants for employment can see it. A poster must be displayed at all locations even if there are no eligible employees.

  6. Job Safety and Health: It's the Law Poster (OSHA 3165-12-06R)

    The OSHA Job Safety and Health: It's the Law poster, available for free from OSHA, informs workers of their rights under the Occupational Safety and Health Act. All covered employers are required to display the poster in their workplace. Employers do not need to replace previous versions of the poster. Employers must display the poster in a conspicuous place where workers can see it.

  7. Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act

    The Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act (USERRA) protects service members' reemployment rights when returning from a period of service in the uniformed services, including those called up from the reserves or National Guard, and prohibits employer discrimination based on military service or obligation. The U.S. Department of Labor's (DOL) Veterans' Employment and Training Service (VETS) administers USERRA.