Colorado and Federal Labor Law Posters - MAST110CO
Compliance Alert: The first poster in HRUSA's 2023 Colorado Labor Law 2-Poster Set reflects a new advance notice for mandatory Colorado Family and Medical Leave Insurance (FAMLI) benefits taking effect on January 1, 2024. On October 20, 2022, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) released the “Know Your Rights: Workplace Discrimination is Illegal” notice — which updates and replaces the existing “EEO is the Law” notice. The first poster also includes mandatory updates to the Colorado Prohibits Discrimination notice (August 2022) and to the Healthy Families and Workplaces Act notice (June 2022). The second required poster for all employers — Colorado Notice of Injury — includes mandatory updates effective August 2022.
These changes require updated postings.
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POSTER 1: HRUSA's 2023 Colorado and Federal Employment Notices poster (27.5" x 27") contains easy to read state and federal employment notices every Colorado employer must post — even if you only employ one person in Colorado.
• Colorado Minimum Wage (1/22)
• Notice of Paydays
• Colorado Prohibits Discrimination (8/22)
• Pregnant Workers' Fairness Act (CRS 24-34-402.3)
• Workers' Compensation Warning (WC50 Rev. 5/99)
• Notice to Workers - Employment Security Act (502 Rev. 4/19)
• Colorado Workers' Compensation Information (WC49 Rev. 8/22)
• Healthy Families and Workplaces Act (Rev. 6/22)
• Colorado Family and Medical Leave Insurance (Advance Notice/4th Quarter 2022)
• Federal Minimum Wage (Rev. 7/16)
• Your Rights Under USERRA (5/22)
• Employee Polygraph Protection (7/16)
• Employee Rights Under the FMLA (4/16)
• Know Your Rights: Workplace Discrimination is Illegal (Rev 10/20/22)
• Federal OSHA (3165-04R 2019)
POSTER 2: HRUSA's 2023 Colorado Notice of Injury poster (24" x 25.5") meets Colorado's specific type size requirement for this notice and includes mandatory updates effective August 2022.
Be sure to display both posters in every business location so employees can easily read them. The lunchroom, a predominant hallway or outside your restrooms are typical placements.