Massachusetts SPANISH All-in-One State and Federal Labor Law Poster

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Spanish. Laminated. 24" x 40" All-in-One State and Federal Labor Law Poster.

All-in-One Massachusetts Labor Law Poster including mandatory State and Federal labor law postings

The State of Massachusetts and the Federal Government require employers to post state labor law postings AND federal labor law postings in each facility where employees and applicants can view them. Failure to comply with posting regulations can result in fines. Our All-in-One Massachusetts Labor Law Poster is up to date and attorney approved. All our products come with our 30-Day money back guarantee. We offer a 24" x 40" Massachusetts All-in-One Labor Law Poster that includes all the state labor law postings and all mandatory federal labor laws. Poster should be posted where employees congregate.


  • Massachusetts Wage & Hour Laws
  • Unemployment Insurance
  • Parental Leave
  • Fair Employment Law
  • Workers' Compensation
  • Maternity Leave Fact Sheet
  • Emergency Phone Numbers
  • Payday Notice
  • Equal Pay for Equal Work
  • Toxic Right to Know (Required for Public Sector)

Federal Labor Law Postings

  • Revised Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) - (March 8th, 2013)
  • Revised Equal Employment Opportunity is the Law Posting (EEOC)
  • Federal Minimum Wage
  • Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSHA)
  • Employee Polygraph Notice
  • USERRA - Your Rights Under USERRA

Massachusetts State Labor Law Updates

  • Massachusetts Fair Employment (Effective 08/2013): The Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination has updated their Fair Employment posting and has made several substantial changes. The Fair Employment laws now apply to employers with six or more employees. A Maternity Leave section has been added, requiring employers to grant female employees (who have completed an initial probationary period and have given two weeks notice) at least eight weeks of unpaid leave for the purpose of childbirth, adoption of a child under eighteen, or adoption of a child under twenty-three years old if the child is mentally or physically disabled. Additionally, employers now cannot discriminate against applicants and employees because of their level of language proficiency, and they cannot discriminate on the basis of age for anyone forty years or older. Two new office locations and a new revision date have been added, in addition to several other phrasing changes.
  • Unemployment Insurance (Effective 04/2012): Poster was changed to update TDD/TTY information for the hearing impaired.
  • Workers' Compensation (Effective 04/2012): Poster was updated to reflect a new website for The Department of Industrial Accidents.
  • Right to Know (Effective 02/2012): Poster was updated to reflect the updated address of the Department of Labor Standards.
  • Unemployment Insurance (Effective 07/2011): The poster, called "Information on Employees' Unemployment Insurance Coverage", includes extensive changes in the schedule of assigned days for filing claims by telephone through the TeleClaims Center.
  • Massachusetts Workers' Compensation Change (Effective 01/2011): Change in address information.

* The facts presented on this website are for informational purposes only and should not be taken as legal advice or opinion.

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