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Missouri Free Printable Labor Law Posters Missouri — Free Required & Optional Labor Law Posters

The Missouri Department Of Labor & Industrial Relations provides a number of mandatory and optional labor law posters for all Missouri businesses with employees to prominently post in the workplace. These posters are meant to educate employees on a variety of labor law topics topics such as the minimum wage, occupational health & safety, and other important labor laws. Minimum-Wage.org provides all of Missouri's mandatory and optional labor law posters on this page, to download or print free of charge.

You can print out free copies of the state labor posters from the department of Labor & Industrial Relations website or request copies of the same from the various postal addresses of the authority 1.) Notice of workers Concerning Unemployment Benefits and 2.) Workers Compensation Law: Administrative Services Section, P.O. Box 59, Jefferson City, MO 65104-0059, 573-751-3215. 3.) Missouri Minimum Wage Law: Missouri Commission on Human Rights, 3315 W. Truman Blvd., Ste. 212, P.O. Box 1129, Jefferson City, MO 65102-1129, 573-751-3325. 4.) Employer?s Employing Workers under the Age of 16 and 5.) Discrimination in Housing: Division of Labor Standards, 3315 W. Truman Blvd., Room 205, P.O. Box 1129, Jefferson City, MO 65102-1129 573-751-3403. 6.) Discrimination in Public Accommodations: Missouri Commission on Human Rights 3315 W. Truman Blvd., Ste. 212, P.O. Box 1129, Jefferson City, MO 65102-1129, 573-751-3325.

Required Missouri Labor Law Posters 8 PDFS

The Missouri Department Of Labor & Industrial Relations requires that these eight mandatory labor law posters be diaplayed by all employers in an easily-viewed area in the workplace. Most businesses in Missouri will also need to print and post the Federal Department of Labor's mandatory labor posters in addition to these state posters.

In Missouri, the following posters must be rightly displayed in all workplaces: Notice of workers Concerning Unemployment Benefits (MODES-B-2), Workers Compensation Law (WC-106), Discrimination in Employment (MCHR-9), Missouri Minimum Wage Law (LS-52), Employer?s Employing Workers Under the Age of 16 List (LS-43), Discrimination in Housing (MCHR-6), and Discrimination in Public Accommodations (MCHR-7). Other federal Labor Law Posters also required to be posted at the workplace include; Job Safety and Health Protection (OSHA-3165-12-06R), Equal Employment Opportunity (EEOC-P/E-1), Fair Labor and Standards Act (WHD-1088), Family and Medical Leave Act (WHD-1420), Employee Rights under NLRA, Employees Polygraph Protection Act (WHD-1462), & Uniformed Services Employment and Redeployment Rights Act. All the laws must be displayed where they can easily be seen. Please read each of the federal posters, not all are mandatory for your business. It could have a lesser number of workers than is required in compliance with the labor law. Infractions may attract fines and or penalties.

Poster Class Poster Name Poster Description
Workers Compensation Law Workers' Compensation Law (WC-106) (Rev: 02/14) The poster provides information what to do regarding worker’s compensation in case of an injury at work and the benefits for the injured employee.
Unemployment Law Notice to Workers Concerning Unemployment Benefits (MODES-B-2) (Rev: 07/13) The poster provides protection for workers who entirely or partially lose their jobs through no fault of their own.
Minimum Wage Law Missouri Minimum Wage Law (LS-52) The poster summarizes provisions of the state minimum wage law including the most current rate of minimum wage payable to covered workers within the state for every hour of service.
Equal Opportunity Law Discrimination in Employment (MCHR-9) (Rev: 11/12) This poster summarizes discriminatory employment practices prohibited by the Missouri Human Rights Act.
Poster Class Poster Name Poster Description
Workers Compensation Law
Spanish-Language
Ley de Compensacion a los Trabajadores (WC-106) (Rev: 02/14) (Spanish) The poster provides information what to do regarding worker’s compensation in case of an injury at work and the benefits for the injured employee.
Unemployment Law
Spanish-Language
Beneficios del seguro por desempleo Aviso a los trabajadores (MODES-B-2) (Rev: 07/13) (Spanish) The poster provides protection for workers who entirely or partially lose their jobs through no fault of their own.
Minimum Wage Law
Spanish-Language
Salario minimo del estado de Missouri (LS-52) (Rev: 01/15) (Spanish) The poster summarizes provisions of the state minimum wage law including the most current rate of minimum wage payable to covered workers within the state for every hour of service.
Equal Opportunity Law
Spanish-Language
La Discriminacion en el Empleo esta Prohibida (MCHR-9) (Rev: 11/12) (Spanish) This poster summarizes discriminatory employment practices prohibited by the Missouri Human Rights Act.

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Optional Missouri Labor Law Posters 3 PDFS

Missouri provides an additional three labor law posters that are either optional to post, or mandatory only for certain types of employer. Check this list carefully to see if any of these labor posters are relevant to your business.

Poster Class Poster Name Who Must Post Poster Description
Equal Opportunity Law Discrimination in Housing (MCHR-6) (Rev: 11/12) Employers that rent or sell homes Information regarding housing discrimination
Equal Opportunity Law Discrimination in Public Accommodations (MCHR-7) (Rev: 11/12) Employers that have public accommodations Information regarding public accommodation discrimination
Child Labor Law Employer's Employing Workers Under the Age of 16 List (LS-43) (Rev: 08/11) Employers of Minors Information regarding child labor laws
Poster Class Poster Name Who Must Post Poster Description
Equal Opportunity Law
Spanish-Language
La Discriminacion en los Lugares Publicos Esta Prohibida (MCHR-7) (Rev: 11/12) (Spanish) Employers that rent or sell homes Information regarding public accommodation discrimination
Equal Opportunity Law
Spanish-Language
La Discriminiacion En La Vivienda Esta Prohibida (MCHR-6) (Spanish) (Rev: 11/12) Employers that have public accommodations Information regarding housing discrimination

Once you have printed all needed Missouri labor law posters, be sure to visit the free federal labor law posters page to ensure that you also acquire all mandatory Federal posters in order to comply with Department of Labor's mandatory posting laws.

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