California Workplace Notices
Authors: Melissa A. Silver, Michael C. Jacobson and Marta Moakley, XpertHR Legal Editors
A California employer should ensure compliance with state requirements for workplace notices. These notices advise employees of their rights and any employer obligations under a host of state laws. HR must monitor the applicable statutes and update the notices as needed.
The following chart contains information regarding which state notices employers are required to provide to employees. Clicking on the notice titles in the chart will provide access to notice posting and related information located in the Policies and Documents Tool.
Additional information regarding required notices for new hires can be found in the New Hire Paperwork: California section of the Employment Law Manual.
Additional requirements regarding notice posting for existing employees (including municipal requirements) can be found in the California Workplace Labor and Employment Law Posters - Chart and in the Employment Law Manual's Employee Communications: California section. These notice posting requirements include information related to child labor; paydays; employment discrimination; workers' compensation; wage and hour laws; unemployment compensation; and temporary disability benefits laws.
Additional information regarding notices for terminated employees (e.g., in the event of plant closings) can be found in the Process of Termination: California section of the Employment Law Manual.
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