Labor Law Requirements
- Employer Obligation to Maintain and Report Records (Required)
- Child Labor Law (Required)
- Workers’ Compensation (Required)
- Whistleblower Act (Required)
- Payment of Wages (Required)
- Wage and Hour Law (Required)
- Discrimination in Employment (Required)
- Discrimination in Public Accommodations (Required)*
- Unemployment Insurance (Required)
- Family Leave Act (Required)
- Family Leave Insurance (Required)
- Schedule of Hours of Minors (Required)
*This stand alone poster is required to be posted in a place visible to the public and therefore is sold separately from the All-In-One poster.
- Family and Medical Leave (Required)
- Equal Employment Opportunity (Required)
- USERRA (Required)
- OSHA (Required)
- Federal Minimum Wage (Required)
- Polygraph Protection Test (Required)
- Gender Equality in Pay - September 2012
- This is an entirely new notice that will become required 30 days after the Labor Commission releases the notice. The notice will describe state and federal laws regarding gender equality in payment of wages.Employers (with 50 or more employees) must both post the new notice and provide each employee with a copy (they must also have the employees sign a notification of receipt of this notice).
We will have the updated New Jersey state poster available as soon as possible after the Commission releases the final version.
Updated PDF not yet available.
- Employer Obligation to Maintain and Report Records - December 2011
- This is an entirely new notice that will become required on Dec. 7th, 2011. This notice informs employees of the types of records and employer must maintain. This includes the information that should be contained in such records (ex. Payroll records include the full name of the employee, total remuneration for each pay period, any “special payments”, dates of employment-hiring, rehiring and layoffs, date and reason for separation from the company etc.).
Employers must both post the new notice and provide each employee with a copy.
- All Notices - June 2011
- Various non-substantive formatting changes to all the notices.
- Payment of Wages - July 2010
- New Jersey has updated the Payment of Wages notice by adding the following paragraph to the All Employees Shall section: The Commissioner may, after affording the employer or successor firm notice and an opportunity for a hearing in accordance with the provisions of the “Administrative Procedure Act”. P.L. 1968, c.410 (C.52:14B-1 et seq.), issue a written determination directing and appropriate agency to suspend any one or more licenses that are held by the employer or successor firm, for a period of time determined by the Commissioner.
- Child Labor Law - Unemployment Insurance - November 2009
- • Child Labor Law - Non-substantive formatting changes.
• Unemployment Insurance - Non-substantive formatting changes.
- Minimum Wage - July 2009
- Effective July 24, 2009 the minimum wage in the state of New Jersey will increase from $7.15 per hour to $7.25 per hour.
This was a Substantive change
- Whistleblower Act - Child Labor Law - March 2009
- • Whistleblower Act - Non-substantive formatting changes.
• Child Labor Law -Non-substantive formatting changes.