Labor Law & Breakroom PostersView all 1,028 items
Available in a range of sizes and printed with large, easy-to-read fonts, our labor law and breakroom posters can be hung virtually anywhere in an office to provide workers and employers alike with important information regarding labor law policies, general rules and even inspiring messages. Our posters come laminated to help ensure a lasting display that won't fade or wear down over time.
Keep employees aware of basic worker rights, such as equal opportunity laws and medical benefits, with federal labor law posters, which are designed to comply with federal laws. Choose specialty posters that combine images and text to clearly convey messages, like "No Smoking" and other federal-based information.
Regardless of which state your office is in, there is a corresponding labor law poster designed to meet each state's regulations and posting policies. Specialty state posters keep workers aware of information that varies by state, such as unpaid leave and handling temporary workers.
Federal and State Poster Kits
With combined federal and state labor law poster kits, you can cover all of your legal bases at once. Make sure your business is 100% compliant with current requirements made by the United States Department of Labor with attorney-approved and -reviewed labor law posters.
General Communications Posters
Sometimes workers just need a little bit of motivation to get through each day. Hang a motivational poster in a shared space with an inspiring image and thought to boost company morale and create a welcoming, supportive environment.
In work environments where employees must handle hazardous materials or are exposed to potentially dangerous machinery, it's important that they're provided with information to help keep them safe from harm. Hang safety posters that cover a range of OSHA-required safety topics to prevent workplace injuries.
Many modern offices employ individuals from Spanish-speaking or bilingual backgrounds. By installing Spanish or bilingual posters, you're letting workers know that you respect their primary language, thus creating an inclusive atmosphere.