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Posters

Employers are required by law to share information with their employees on employment laws and provide other work-related information.They should be posted in a prominent place where employees have access such as a break room or time-clock area.The Tennessee Department of Labor and Workforce Development does not charge any fee for providing these required posters.These files are in PDF format (Adobe Acrobat) which can be downloaded for free from the yellow link below.Below the state posters is a link to the required federal (U.S. Department of Labor) posters.

Request a new ALL-IN-ONE poster from one of our marketing representatives.

Right to Work Poster (The Right To Work poster is not mandatory)
Revised June 1, 2012

State Posters Required for Tennessee Employers

TOSHA Safety and Health Poster
Revised 11/1/00

TN Unemployment Insurance Poster
Revised 6/2013

Wage Regulation/Child Labor Poster
Revised 8/2012

Workers' Compensation Posting Notice
Revised 3/15/12

-click below for required Federal Posters

If you have Spanish-Speaking Employees or Child Labor

TOSHA Safety and Health Poster (Spanish)
Revised 11/1/00

TN Unemployment Insurance Poster (Spanish)
Revised 6/2013

Wage Regulation/Child Labor Poster (Spanish)
Revised 6/09

Workers' Compensation Posting Notice (Spanish)
Revised 3/15/12

Required Human Rights Posters (TN Human Rights Commission)

Discrimination in Employment

Recommended Human Trafficking Posters (TN Bureau of Investigation)

English, Bulgarian, French, Russian

Required Federal Posters (Department of Labor)

Federal Posters (New USERRA poster now online)

Minimum Wage Poster (NEW)

Frequently Asked Questions:

Where do I get the Payday Notice?
We do not provide these posters. As stated below in Tennessee law, these posters can be easily created for your workplace.

The Wage Regulation Act T.C.A 50-2-103 (d) Every employer shall establish and maintain regular paydays as herein provided, and shall post and maintain notices, printed or written in plain type or script, in at least two (2) conspicuous places where such notices can be seen by the employees as they go to and from work, setting forth the regular pay day as above prescribed.

My company is very small and only has a few employees. Am I still required to have these posters?
Yes.Companies with 2 or more employees are required to have state and federal posters.This also applies to non-profit and family-owned businesses.

A company has contacted me trying to sell posters.Should I buy one from them?That is up to you.Our posters are always free of charge.

A company has contacted me every year and says your posters have been updated and I need to buy theirs.  What should I do?
The date each poster has been updated can be found above next to the poster titles.

A company has contacted me and says I need the updated Sexual Harassment Poster.  Where can I get that?
The Tennessee Department of Labor, Tennessee Human Rights Commission and the Federal EEOC not require a poster with that title.Sexual harassment is addressed in the “Equal Opportunity is THE LAW” poster available on the federal site.

Can I get the “all in one” poster from you?
Currently we only offer free individual posters for download.They are not laminated and our office distributes the same posters that are available for downloading above.

The TN Child Labor Poster and the TOSHA Safety and Health posters don’t print on one page.Is there something wrong?
No.Those posters are taped in the center to create one poster.

What posters do I need to have in my office?

The following state posters are required in every office:

Right to Work Poster (The Right To Work poster is not mandatory)

TOSHA Safety and Health Poster

TN Unemployment Insurance Poster
Revised 6/2013

Workers' Compensation Posting Notice

Discrimination in Employment

The following are available if you have Spanish-speaking employees, but are not required:

TOSHA Safety and Health Poster (Spanish)

TN Unemployment Insurance Poster (Spanish)
Revised 6/2013

Workers' Compensation Posting Notice (Spanish)
Revised 10/1/07

The following is required if you have employees 17 years of age or younger:

Wage Regulation/Child Labor Poster (Spanish)
Revised 6/09

Which Federal posters do I need?

After clicking on the link to the “Federal Posters – US Department of Labor” above, the top area listed “Posters of General Applicability” apply to most businesses.Federal contractors have different requirements and can download their posters below the general applicability posters.

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You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader to view the above PDF files.   Click "Get Acrobat Reader" for free download.