South Carolina Labor Law Posters
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State and Federal Law requires employers of South Carolina 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
- Payment of Wages and Child Labor (SC Code of Laws 41-10-30) Every employer shall notify each employee in writing at the time of hiring of the normal hours and wages agreed upon, the time and place of payment, and the deductions which will be made from the wages, including payments to insurance programs. The employer has the option of giving written notification by posting the terms conspicuously at or near the place of work.
- Safety and Health Protection on the Job (SC Code of Laws 41-15-90) The director of the Department of Labor, Licensing,and Regulation or his designee shall issue rules and regulations requiring that employers keep their employees informed of their protections and obligations under this chapter, including the provisions of applicable safety and health regulations, through the posting of notices or other appropriate means.
- Workers Compensation (SCWC-LWCI CH. 13 III) All employers in South Carolina are required to post a notice in their place of business informing employee the business operates under the Workers Compensation Act and what to do in the event of an injury.
- Unemployment Insurance (SC Code of Laws 40-68-70) Posters identifying unemployment insurance benefits shall be posted by employers in conspicuous places in each place of business.
- Employment Discrimination (SC Code of Laws 113-70) Equal employment notices shall be posted by every employer, labor organization, or employment agency. These notices shall be posted in obvious places where all employees may access them.
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."