Workforce Services Offers Free Labor Law Posters to Businesses

Wyoming businesses are being offered free posters that inform employees of Wyoming and federal labor laws. The full-color posters are provided by the Wyoming Department of Workforce Services and are available at the agency’s 20 Workforce Centers throughout the state. Business owners only need to contact their local Workforce Centers and ask for a poster.

Workforce Services Director Joan Evans said the availability of the posters resulted from the agency attempting to provide a needed service for businesses.

The posters, which normally would cost $25 or more each, include information that typically must be provided to workers and posted in the workplace. Each poster includes information on minimum wage requirements, workers’ compensation, the Family Medical Leave Act, unemployment insurance, equal opportunity employment, fair employment practices, health and safety protection on the job, regulations regarding uniformed services employment and re-employment, and other labor law information.

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