The links below provide electronic access to required workplace posters that are normally seen on bulletin boards in the common areas and break rooms of your workplace. As some employees are working remotely, it is important to ensure the required posters are also available electronically for employees to be able to access and review.
If you have any questions about any of these posters please contact your agency human resources office.
Supervisors & Human Resources Representatives
Various laws require employers to post mandatory employee notices so that all employees have easy access to view the information. Remote employees must also be able to access these notices electronically.
The Human Resources-related posters required for Arizona State Personnel System (SPS) agencies and links to each individual poster are provided below. Required posters are available free of charge from the appropriate governmental entity. Many can be downloaded and printed for posting.
Posters are periodically updated by federal and state agencies. Agencies must ensure that the most up-to-date versions of the posters are posted and provided electronically for remote workers, and that all specific posting requirements are met (for example, some posters require that the poster be printed on a specific size paper). Please check this site periodically for changes in required posters.
Based on agency mission, other function-specific posters may also be required.
Federal Government Posting Requirements:
|Date||Form/ Template Number||Title|
|04/30/23||WH1385||Employee Rights Under the Fair Labor Standards Act|
|04/30/23||WH1420||Employee Rights Under the Family and Medical Leave Act|
|11/16/17||If You Have the Right to Work Don't Let Anyone Take It Away|
|06/27/23||Know Your Rights: Workplace Discrimination is Illegal|
|03/28/23||Pregnant Workers Fairness Act|
|08/23/19||This Organization Participates in E-Verify|
Note: Although the federal laws listed below have posting requirements, these laws do not apply to states or political subdivisions of states; therefore, SPS agencies do not need to post notices for the following federal laws:
• Employee Polygraph Protection Act (EPPA)
• Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSHA)
State of Arizona Posting Requirements:
|Date||Title||Form/ Template Number|
|08/23/19||Notification of Constructive Discharge|
|08/26/19||Discrimination is Prohibited in Employment|
|08/26/19||Notice to Employees: You are Covered by Unemployment Insurance||POU-003|
|10/01/11||Safety and Health Protection on the Job|
|09/04/19||Smoke-free Arizona "No Smoking" Sign|
|09/04/19||Work Exposure to Bodily Fluids|
|07/01/11||Work Exposure to MRSA, Spinal Meningitis, or Tuberculosis|
Note: Although the state law listed below has a posting requirement, this law does not apply to Arizona state government agencies; therefore, SPS agencies do not need to post a notice for the following state law:
• Arizona Minimum Wage