California Industry Welfare Commission (IWC) #4 Professional, Technical, Clerical, Mechanical and Similar Occupations Industries Labor Law Poster. Add the Constant Coverage Plan and stay in poster compliance for 2014, 2015, and 2016 by receiving updates during the coverage period.
Poster Dimensions: 24" x 36"
The Industrial Welfare Commission Order No. 4-2001 regulates wages, hours, and working conditions in the Professional, Technical, Clerical, Mechanical and Similar Occupations Industry. This industry labor law poster includes all IWC #4 laws required to be poster in the workplace. "Professional, Technical, Clerical, Mechanical and Similar Occupations" includes professional, semiprofessional, managerial, supervisory, laboratory, research, technical, clerical, office work, and mechanical occupations. Said occupations shall include, but not be limited to, the following: accountants; agents; appraisers; artists; attendants; audio-visual technicians; bookkeepers; bundlers; billposters; canvassers; carriers; cashiers; checkers; clerks; collectors; communications and sound technicians; compilers; copy holders; copy readers; copy writers; computer programmers and operators; demonstrators and display representatives; dispatchers; distributors; door-keepers; drafters; elevator operators; estimators; editors; graphic arts technicians; guards; guides; hosts; inspectors; installers; instructors; interviewers; investigators; librarians; laboratory workers; machine operators; mechanics; mailers; messengers; medical and dental technicians and technologists; models; nurses; packagers; photographers; porters and cleaners; process servers; printers; proof readers; sales persons and sales agents; secretaries; sign erectors; sign painters; social workers; solicitors; statisticians; stenographers; teachers; telephone, radio-telephone, telegraph and call-out operators; tellers; ticket agents; tracers; typists; vehicle operators; x-ray technicians; their assistants and other related occupations listed as professional, semiprofessional, technical, clerical, mechanical, and kindred occupations.
The Industrial Welfare Commission (IWC) has created a number of orders, known as IWC Postings or IWC Wage Orders, that are broken into 17 different sections, one of which is mandatory to be displayed in the workplace depending on your industry. he primary purpose of this notice is to provide information for employees working within California of state laws in regards to wages, overtime payment, disabled workers' benefits, minimum wage, record keeping, uniforms and equipment, meals, lodging, rest periods, seats, change rooms, seats, temperature, elevators and penalties.