Affordable Care Act Poster (Laminated)
Affordable Care Act Poster:
Employers must provide the notice to each employee, regardless of plan enrollment status or part-time or full-time status. All U.S. businesses must comply with the Affordable Care Act (ACA) requirement to notify their employees of healthcare coverage options through the Health Insurance Marketplace.
California Workers' Compensation Rights & Benefits Booklet (Required at Hire)
California Time of Hire Booklet
California employers are required to give a Workers'
Compensation pamphlet to all new employees at the time of hire, or no
later than the end of the first pay period.
Each pack contains 5 Workers' Compensation Booklet. You’ll need both
the English and Spanish versions if you have Spanish-speaking
California Pregnancy Leave Pamphlet
All employers must provide information about pregnancy leave rights to their employees and post this information in a conspicuous place where employees tend to gather. Employers who provide employee handbooks must include information about pregnancy leave in the handbook.
California Family Rights Act Pamphlet
An employer must provide notice to his/her employees of the right to
request a California Family Rights Act leave and must post the notice in a conspicuous place
or places where employees tend to congregate. If the employer publishes
a handbook describing other kinds of personal or disability leaves
and makes it available to his/her employees, the employer must include a description of California Family Rights Act (CFRA) leave in its next edition.
California Paid Family Leave Pamphlet
The Paid Family Leave law requires employers to provide the Paid Family Leave pamphlet only to new employees and employees who request leave to care for a seriously ill family member or bond with a new minor child. Employers are not required to provide the Paid Family Leave insurance claim forms to their employees.
California Unemployment Insurance Claim Pamphlet
Unemployment Insurance (UI) is a nationwide program created to provide partial wage replacement to unemployed workers while they conduct an active search for new work. Unemployment Insurance (UI) is a federal-state program, based on federal law, but executed through state law. Employers finance the UI program by tax contributions. In California, the EDD administers the UI program according to guidelines established by the UI Code and the California Code of Regulations, Title 22.
California Sexual Harassment Pamphlet
All employers must distribute an information sheet on sexual harassment to all
employees. An employer may either distribute this pamphlet or develop
an equivalent document that meets the requirements of Government Code
California Child Labor Laws Booklet Binder
California Child Labor Laws Booklet let employers and employees know their rights and labor laws to insure that the company policy remains in full effect. All companies who employ minors should have a company policy booklet on the work site to inform employees of their California labor law rights.
California Forklift Poster (Bilingual)
Employers have the responsibility to comply with 29 CFR 1910.178(1) in order to ensure the safe operation of powered industrial trucks at their facility. The California Forklift Poster meets California's Forklift safety standards. Please refer to the Mandatory Federal Forklift Poster for businesses that operate a forklift outside of California.