Employer Mandatory Posters

Mandatory Posters in the workplace

Various state and federal laws require employers to display certain posters for the benefit of both employees and customers informing them of key provisions in the law. While not limited to, below you will find other required posters pertaining to a broad spectrum of business and industry, including housing and public accommodations.

Posters Required by the Federal Government http://www.dol.gov/compliance/topics/posters.htm

Posters Required by the State of Missouri http://labor.mo.gov/posters/

The following only describes required posters requested of the Missouri Department of Labor and Industrial Relations.

  1. Notice to Workers Concerning Unemployment Benefits (MODES-B-2). (Revised:09/09)

    Required by Missouri Revised Statutes, Section 288.130 and Division of Employment Security Code of State Regulations 8 CSR 10-3.070.

  2. Workers’ Compensation Law (WC-106). (Revised:04/10)

    *This poster prints out on two sheets of paper (8.5 x 11) that can then be taped together and used as the poster.

    Workers’ Compensation Law (WC-106-Tabloid size). (Revised 04/10)

    **For best use, print out the poster either on one sheet of 11 X17 paper or two pieces of 8.5 X 11 (standard size) and tape pieces together, side by side. Printing this poster by using only one 8.5 X 11 paper (tabloid size) makes it challenging for the visually impaired to read.

    Required Missouri Revised Statutes, Section 287.127.

  3. Discrimination in Employment (MCHR-9). (Revised:01/11)*This poster prints out on two sheets of paper (8.5 x 11) that can then be taped together and used as the poster.

    Discrimination in Employment (MCHR-9-Tabloid size). (Revised:01/11)

    **For best use, print out the poster either on one sheet of 11 X17 paper or two pieces of 8.5 X 11 (standard size) and tape pieces together, one on top of the other. Printing this poster by using only one 8.5 X 11 paper (tabloid size) makes it challenging for the visually impaired to read.

    Every employer, labor organization, employment agency, or other business or establishment covered by Chapter 213, RSMo shall post the Commission’s equal employment poster in a place where other employee notices are posted or in a conspicuous place where employees will have access to it. Required by Missouri Revised Statutes, Section 213.020.2 and Code of State Regulations 8 CSR 60-3.010.

  4. Missouri Minimum Wage Law (LS-52). (Revised:07/09)

    Required by Missouri Revised Statutes, Section 290.522.

  5. Employer’s Employing Workers Under the Age of 16 List (LS-43). (Revised:04/10)Missouri Revised Statutes Section 294.060.1 requires employers who employ youth under the age of 16 to post LS-43 Youth Employment List. (Must be printed on 8.5 x 14 paper to fit content on one page)
  6. Discrimination in Housing (MCHR-6). (Revised:01/11)*This poster prints out on two sheets of paper (8.5 x 11) that can then be taped together and used as the poster.

    Discrimination in Housing (MCHR-6-Tabloid size). (Revised:01/11)

    **For best use, print out the poster either on one sheet of 11 X17 paper or two pieces of 8.5 X 11 (standard size) and tape pieces together, one on top of the other. Printing this poster by using only one 8.5 X 11 paper (tabloid size) makes it challenging for the visually impaired to read.

    The Rules and Regulations of the Missouri Commission on Human Rights require employers in the business of sale or rental of housing to post MCHR-6 Discrimination in Housing.

  7. Discrimination in Public Accommodations (MCHR-7). (Revised:01/11)*This poster prints out on two sheets of paper (8.5 x 11) that can then be taped together and used as the poster.

    Discrimination in Public Accommodations (MCHR-7-Tabloid size). (Revised:01/11)

    **For best use, print out the poster either on one sheet of 11 X17 paper or two pieces of 8.5 X 11 (standard size) and tape pieces together, one on top of the other. Printing this poster by using only one 8.5 X 11 paper (tabloid size) makes it challenging for the visually impaired to read.

    The Rules and Regulations of the Missouri Commission on Human Rights require employers doing business in places open to the public to post MCHR-7 Discrimination in Public Accommodations.