Colorado Labor Law Posters
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State and Federal Law requires employers of Colorado to post the following notices at most work sites. Investigations maybe conducted by State inspectors. An employer found to be in violation of State or Federal Laws by willfully failing to post up-to-date OSHA posters may be subject to monetary penalties of up to $7000, as well as exposure to civil liability actions.
A complete set is made up of three large posters, one Federal and two State. Posters are 18" X 24" in full color and laminated in plastic for durability.
State Posting Requirements
- Colorado Minimum Wage Law (Colorado Revised Statutes, Title 8, Article1,4,6,12) Every employer subject to this wage order must display a wage order poster in an area frequented by employees where it may be easily read during the workday.
- Wage Payment Notice (Colorado Revised Statutes, §8-4-107) Every employer shall post and keep posted conspicuously at the place of work… a notice specifying the regular paydays and the time and place of payment
- Civil Rights Law (Colorado Revised Statutes, §24-34-20.1) Every employer shall post and maintain at its establishment a notice furnished by the Commission
- Unemployment Insurance Law (Colorado Revised Statutes, §8-74-01) Every employer shall post and maintain notices to inform his employees that he is subject to the &lquot;Colorado Employment Security Act&rquot; and has been registered by the division. Such notices shall be conspicuously posted at or near work locations...
- Workers' Compensation Law (Colorado Revised Statutes, §8-40) Every employer who has secured compensation under the provisions of this Act shall keep posted in a conspicuous place a notice stating that the employer has secured compensation insurance.
Federal Posting Requirements
- Federal Minimum Wage Act (29 CFR § 516.4) Pursuant to 29 USC §206(a)(1), as amended by P.L. 110-28, H.R. 2206, effective July 24, 2009, the federal minimum wage increases from $6.55 an hour to $7.25 an hour. "Every employer ... shall post and keep posted a notice explaining the Act ... in conspicuous places in every establishment where such employees are employed so as to permit them to observe readily a copy."