Required DOL Posters - IMPORTANT TO READ

HR Partners receives numerous calls each year from our clients (or potential clients) about getting an “updated” Department of Labor (“DOL”) poster for their businesses.  They receive phone calls or emails from very aggressive companies that state you “have to” get the new updated DOL poster ASAP or you will not be compliant with the law.   Clients share with us how much they have spent in the past, or how much the current company is charging for this service.  With multiple locations, this expense can add up quickly if multiple posters are required.

Bottom line: You don’t need a new poster AND you don’t have to spend a lot of money.  Since many federal employment laws have not changed for years, the probability of your organization needing a new poster each year is low.  But, if you need one, you can always send us a picture of what you currently have, and we can advise if you need an updated poster.  If an updated poster is needed, we find that it is easier to buy the “all in one poster,” which encompasses critical state and federal requirements in a compact form. They are inexpensive and accurate.

We typically recommend buying labor law posters through the Labor Law Center.

You can buy them from their website here:

Or from their Amazon store here:

If you have employees working from home, or you want to go electronic with this requirement (and you have an intranet system), please let us know and we can advise how to get this accomplished. 

Questions?  Concerns?  Please call us at 785-233-7860.

What our clients say...

Capper Foundation

Sandy Warren

VP Operations

Capper Foundation

"Consultation services provided by HR Partners proved a valuable resource for personnel matters and in updating our personnel handbook.

As we continued to grow in staff size, we found an on-going retainer with HR Partners a great fit to support management, policy and training needs. The HR Partners team is professional, knowledgable and creative in their approach and we can have confidence in managing employment matters with their involvement and understandnig of our organization."