Kansas State and Federal All In One labor law workplace poster includes all notices required to be displayed in the workplace by the Kansas Department of Labor, in addition to federal labor laws. Compliance Assistance offers durable, convenient and quality compliance posters with reliable customer service. All our posters are available in both English and Spanish.
In order for your business to be in labor law compliance, both federal and state laws must be posted in a conspicuous location at every work site. Purchase the 2021 Kansas Labor Law poster with our Compliance Protection Plan and frequent labor law changes. Our Smart Poster Update Plan provides you with year-round coverage of labor law changes, giving you less reason to worry about being up-to-date.
Kansas Labor Law Requirements:
Kansas Equal Opportunity
Kansas Workers’ Compensation
Kansas Unemployment Insurance
Kansas Child Labor Law
Kansas Fair Housing
Kansas Public Accommodations
Kansas No Smoking
Federal Labor Law Requirements:
Family and Medical Leave Act - Includes The Most Recent FMLA Update
Federal Minimum Wage - Includes The Most Recent Federal Min Wage Update
Employee Polygraph Protection Act - Includes The Most Recent Update
Equal Employment Opportunity is the Law - Includes NEW GINA
USERRA - Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act
OSHA - Job Safety & Health Protection
Equal Opportunity in Employment (KS Statutes, 44-1114)
Discrimination against employees or potential employees is a severe crime in Kansas. This poster displays the state's zero-tolerance policy on discrimination.
This mandatory labor law poster gives information to employees regarding filing a claim for any injuries or illnesses that occur while on the job. The Kansas State and Federal Labor Law Poster lets you be in compliance with this law.
Employees must be covered by KS unemployment insurance, and must be made aware of the information on this poster so that they may either gain access to this insurance or file a complaint. Employees are also entitled to unemployment wages if they suddenly become unemployed through no fault of their own.
Child Labor Law (KS Statutes, 38-605)
Workers under a certain youthful age are considered minors in Kansas. These employees have their work shifts and options limited, for their own safety.
Fair Housing Notice
Under Kansas state law, it is prohibited to deny an eligible candidate housing on the basis of their race, religion, color, sec, race, national origin, ancestry, familial status, disabilities, or by retaliation.
Equal Opportunity in Public Accommodations (KS Statutes, 44-1012)
Employers who run a public accommodations establishment must open their doors to all employees and patrons, and cannot discriminate against either of these.
Smoking is not allowed in the workplace in Kansas, unless there has been a specific area set aside from smokers.