2024-2025 Oregon and Federal Combination Poster - English
2024-2025 Oregon and Federal Combination Poster - English

Oregon and Federal Labor Law Poster

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Our 2024-2025 Oregon and Federal Combined Workplace Poster measures 24" x 36", printed in color, and laminated on both sides.
Our poster contains the notices listed below for private sector employers. Public sector and government employers can request for a public employers version of our poster.

Updated June 2024
  • OR NEW Paid Leave
  • OR Captive Audiences (Religion, Politics, Labor Unions & Captive Audiences) NEW POSTER (Released June 2024)
  • OR Predictive Scheduling (06/2024)
  • OR OSHA (Revised March 2024)
  • OR Breaks, Meals and Overtime *NEW June 2024 (06/2024)
  • OR Equal Pay Act (06/2024)
  • OR Domestic Violence (06/2024)
  • OR 2024-2025 Minimum Wage *UPDATED WITH JULY RATE 2024 (rev 06/2024)
  • OR No Smoking/Vaping Sign 
  • OR Paid Sick Time (06/24)
  • OR Family Leave (06/2024)
  • OR Notice to Employees on Senate Bill 519
  • OR No Smoking Sign
  • OR Workers' Compensation Notice of Compliance
  • OR Employment Insurance Notice
  • Federal Employee Polygraph Protection Act
  • Federal Fair Labor Standards Act (05/2023)
  • Federal Family Medical Leave Act (05/2023)
  • Federal Equal Employment Opportunity Know Your Rights (June 27, 2023)
  • USERRA (Revised June 2022)
Agricultural Employers - Download and Post the following:
Large Employers (500+ employees in retail, hospitality, or food service) - Download and Post the following:
Live Entertainment Employers - Download and Post the following:

Workers' Compensation Notice of Compliance (regulated by Workers' Compensation Division of DCBS)

Who must post? All employers who are required to provide workers' compensation coverage for their employees. Employers receive this notice from the Workers’ Compensation Division after they purchase workers' compensation insurance. Employers not receiving the notice or requiring a duplicate notice should contact the Workers’ Compensation Division.

Employment Insurance Notice (Form 11) (regulated by Employment Department)

Who must post? Employers with at least a $1,000 payroll in a calendar quarter and employers with one or more workers during 18 different weeks in a calendar year.

The Employment Department automatically sends this notice after an account is set up or reopened. Employers can order a duplicate if necessary. When ordering a duplicate, employers will need their business identification number.