Indiana State Employment Posters

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Indiana Required State Posters

These posters are different from federal posters that might be similarly named. Check website for details.

Child Labor Law *

All employers who employ youths under the age of 18.

Child Labor Law Poster

Contact: Indiana Dept. of Labor, Bureau of Child Labor, 402 W. Washington St., Room W195, Indianapolis, IN 46204;  317-232-2655. *

Required for all employers of six or more persons; all state, political, or civil subdivisions; labor organizations; and employment agencies.

Equal Opportunity Poster (English)

Equal Opportunity Poster (Spanish)

Contact: Indiana CivilRights Commission, 100 N. Senate Ave, Indiana Government Center N., Room N103, Indianapolis, IN 46204; 317-232-2600, 1-800-628-2909.

IOSHA Safety and Health Protection On the Job *

Required for all employers except sole proprietorships. Indiana Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1974, Indiana Code
22-8-1.1.

>IOSHA Safety and Health Protection on the Job Poster

Contact: , 402 W. Washington St., Room W195, Indianapolis, Indiana 46204; 317-232-2655 x

Minimum Wage and Overtime *

Required for all employers with gross income less than $500,000, no out-of-state sales, not covered by Federal Minimum Wage and having two or more employees during any work week.

Minimum Wage and Overtime

Contact: Indiana Dept. of Labor, Indiana Government Center South, 402 W. Washington St., Room W195, Indianapolis, IN 46204; 317-232-2655.

Workers’ Compensation Notice (Unemployment Insurance) *

Required for all employers subject to the Indiana Workers’ Compensation Act.

Workers’ Compensation Notice Poster (English}

Workers’ Compensation Notice Poster (Spanish)

Contact: Worker’s Compensation Board of Indiana, 402 W. Washington St., Room W-196, Indianapolis, Indiana 46204; 317-232-3809.

Workforce Development Act (Unemployment Insurance) *

Required for anyone with one or more employees in 20 different weeks or who paid $1500 or more in one quarter;  employers of ten or more people in agricultural labor for twenty or more weeks in the year, or who paid $20,000 or more in one quarter; employers of domestic labor paid cash wages of $1000 or more in one quarter; or state and political subdivisions and private schools,

Workforce Development Act Poster (English)

Workforce Development Act Poster(Spanish)

Contact: Indiana Dept. of Workforce Development, Indiana Government Center S., 10 N. Senate Ave., Indianapolis, IN 46204; 1-800-WORKONE, 1-888-967-5663, 317-232-6702 Marion County), 1-800-437-9136.

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