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Workplace Posters FAQ:

If you'd like to view/download/print the entire set of 10 posters (16 pages) in a single PDF file, select Download the DWD Poster Packet.

Otherwise you may view/print individual posters by clicking on the links below.  All of the online posters are displayed in Adobe Acrobat PDF format which should be viewable with your browser.

Poster Name Publication
Number
Last
Revised
Required By Division Enforcement
Employee Rights Under Wisconsin's Business Closing/Mass Layoff Law ERD-9006-P 9/2011 Only employers with 50 or more employees are required to display at all worksites. Employees may be excluded if they work fewer than 20 hours a week, or if they have worked less than 6 months.

Spanish version is
ERD-9006-S-P
Equal Rights Division
PO Box 8928
Madison, WI 53708
608-266-6860
Hours and Days of Work Minors May Work in Wisconsin ERD-9212-P 12/2011 All employers, except agriculture and domestic service, who hire minors are required to display the poster. Posting is optional for employers who do not hire minors.

Spanish version is
ERD-9212-S-P
Equal Rights Division
Employee Protections Against Use of Honesty Testing Devices ERD-10861-P 9/2011 Employers who use honesty testing must display this poster in one or more conspicuous places where notices to employees are customarily posted. Equal Rights Division
Fair Employment Law ERD-4531-P 4/2013 All employers are required to display the poster.

Spanish version is
(ERD-4531-S-P)
Equal Rights Division
Family and Medical Leave Law ERD-7983-P 9/2011 Applies only to employers with 50 or more employees. Employers with 25 to 50 employees must post a notice describing their own policies with respect to family or medical leave.

Spanish version is
(ERD-7983-S-P)
Equal Rights Division
Minimum Wage Rates ERD-9247-P 9/2011 Maximum Allowances for Board and Lodging are on the reverse side of this poster. This document is informational. There is no requirement to post it.

Spanish version is
(ERD-9247-S-P)
Equal Rights Division
Minimum Wage, Workers With Disabilities Paid At Special ERD-9116-P 9/2011 Only employers with a special minimum wage license issued by DWD are required to post this poster. Equal Rights Division
Notification Required for Cessation of Health Care Benefits ERD-11054-P 9/2011 Employers with 50 or more employees in Wisconsin must display this notice in one or more conspicuous places where notices are normally displayed for employees at that work location. Equal Rights Division
Retaliation Protection For Health Care Workers ERD-12210-P 9/2011 All employers who are health care providers or who own or manage a health care facility. Equal Rights Division
Unemployment Benefits, Notice to Employees About Claiming UCB-7-P 10/2013 All employers who are subject to Wisconsin’s Unemployment Compensation Law are required to post the poster.

Spanish version is
UCB-7-P-S

Hmong version is
UCB-7-P-H
Unemployment Insurance Division
Benefit Operations Bureau
PO BOX 7905
Madison, WI 53707
800-247-1744
608-232-0633

Non-DWD State Posters

Public Employee Safety and Health Poster 9301 2-20-2001 Wisconsin Public Employers are required to post this notice where notices to employees are usually posted. Wisconsin Department of Commerce, Safety & Buildings Division,

Marlene Kippley, 608-266-2780
Hazardous Chemicals in the Workplace? Poster 6894 2-20-2001 Wisconsin Public Employers are required to post this notice where notices to employees are usually posted. Wisconsin Department of Commerce, Safety & Buildings Division,

Marlene Kippley, 608-266-2780

Federal Government Workplace Posters

The following posters are issued under federal law. Contact the Federal agency listed below to order workplace posters or to get answers to other questions.

Many of the listed posters are available online from the U.S. Department of Labor site.

Or at the Occupational Safety and Health Administration Publications Page.

Poster Required of: Penalty for Violation How To Order
Employee Polygraph Protection Law
(WH-1462)
All private employers covered by law (enterprises involved with interstate, commerce, etc) $500 civic money penalty U.S. Dept of Labor/Wage and Hour Division
Milwaukee: 414-297-1590
Employee Rights Under the National Labor Relations Act
All employers that fall under the NLRB’s jurisdiction, other than the U.S. Postal Service. This excludes agricultural employers and government entities. See http://nlrb.gov/faq/poster for more information about coverage. The NLRB may extend the 6-month statute of limitations for filing a charge involving other unfair labor practice allegations against the employer.

If an employer knowingly and willfully fails to post the Notice, that failure may be considered evidence of unlawful motive in an unfair labor practice case involving other alleged violations of the NLRA.
National Labor Relations Board (NLRB)

Download the poster: http://nlrb.gov/poster

For copies mailed free of charge:
(202) 273-0064
Equal Opportunity is the Law, Age Discrimination, Americans With Disabilities Act All employers covered by law Investigation by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
Milwaukee:
800-669-4000
800-669-3362
Family & Medical Leave Law (WH-1420) Employers with 50+ employees $100 civil money penalty U.S. Dept of Labor/Wage and Hour Division
Milwaukee: 414-297-1590
Federal Minimum Wage -Your Rights Under the Fair Labor Standards Law (WH-1088) All employers covered by law warning/notice U.S. Dept of Labor/Wage and Hour Division
Milwaukee: 414-297-1590

Job Safety & Health Protection
(OSHA-3165-English)
(OSHA-3167-Spanish)

All private employers up to $1,000

U.S Dept of Labor/OSHA
Milwaukee: 414-297-3315
Appleton: 920-734-4521
Madison: 608-441-5388
Eau Claire: 715-832-9019

Occupational Injuries and Illnesses Summary (OSHA-300) All employers covered by Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970, and all public employers covered under COMM 32 citation issued U.S Dept of Labor/OSHA
Milwaukee: 414-297-3315
Appleton: 920-734-4521
Madison: 608-441-5388
Eau Claire: 715-832-9019
Your Rights Under USERRA The Uniformed Services Employment And Reemployment Act (complete information from Dept. of Labor) The Veterans Benefits Improvement Act, enacted by Congress in December 2004, mandates that employers provide the notice to “all persons entitled to rights and benefits under USERRA.”   U.S. Department of Labor
Veterans' Employment and Training Service
1-866-4-USA-DOL
TTY: 1-877-889-5627

Other State and Federal Agencies:

Listed below are organizations that may have poster requirements. Contact these agencies for information about poster requirements and other employer related information.

U.S. Department of Labor/OSHA
Henry Reuss Federal Plaza
310 W Wisconsin Ave #180
Milwaukee, WI 53203
414-297-3315

OSHA Appleton office: 920-734-4521
OSHA Madison: 608-441-5388
OSHA Eau Claire: 715-832-9019

U.S. Equal Opportunity Commission
Henry Reuss Federal Plaza
310 W Wisconsin Ave #800
Milwaukee, WI 53202
414-297-1111
800-669-4000
800-669-3362

U.S. Department of Labor/Wage and Hour Division
310 W Wisconsin Ave, Ste 1170
Milwaukee, WI 53203
414-297-1590

Department of Safety and Professional Services
Division of Industry Services
PO Box 8935
Madison, WI 53708-8935
608-266-2112


Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development
PO Box 7946
Madison, WI 53707

ERD-9215-P