U.S. Department of Labor raises labor law posting penalties


The maximum penalty for federal posting violations is now going up by more than $400 under the increases announced by the Department of Labor – highlighting the seriousness about posting compliance.

The new maximum fine amounts are:

Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA): $178
Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC): $576
Job Safety and Health: It’s the Law (OSHA): $13,653
Employee Polygraph Protection Act (EPPA): $21,663
To avoid fines, you need the most current version of each poster

Avoid DOL Fines With Updated Posters

Employers can stay in compliance by conspicuously displaying the most up-to-date labor law posters in areas where employees are able to view them.

The FMLA, EPPA, Job Safety and Health, and Equal Employment Opportunity is the Law postings are included on our Federal HERE. Make sure your business has the most up-to-date labor law posters

Don’t let outdated posters lead to fines. Take a minutes to ensure you’re fully updated with the most recent mandatory posters.