Florida businesses must display Federal and State of Florida employment law posters where they can be easily viewed by employees.
Florida's Minimum Wage
The Florida minimum wage is $8.05 per hour, effective January 1, 2016. Florida law requires the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity to calculate a minimum wage rate each year. The annual calculation is based on the percentage increase in the federal Consumer Price Index for Urban Wage Earners and Clerical Workers in the South Region for the 12-month period prior to September 1, 2015. Read More
Follow the links below to access posters and notices required by the United States government.
If you are a newly established business needing federally required posters, you can answer a quick questionnaire about your business and download all U.S. Department of Labor posters and notices through the U.S. Department of Labor’s FirstStep Poster Advisor.
U.S. Department of Labor Posters
State of Florida Posters
Florida Law Prohibits Discrimination Poster
Florida Department of Revenue Posters
Posters for CareerSource Centers
Equal Opportunity is the Law Notice
Federal law requires that each recipient of federal financial assistance (see definition below) through the CareerSource center system must post and disseminate the Equal Opportunity is the Law Notice.
English | Español | Français | Kreyòl (measures 8.5 x 14)
English | Español | Français | Kreyòl (Audio Files) for downloading
Note to Recipients of Federal Financial Assistance
Federal Financial Assistance Recipients* must:
- Post the notice prominently, in reasonable numbers and places;
- Disseminate the notice in internal memoranda and other written and electronic communications;
- Include the notice in handbooks and manuals; and
- Make the notice available to each program participant, and make it part of each participant’s file; and
- Provide the notice in appropriate formats to individuals with visual impairments. Where notice has been given in an alternate format to a participant with a visual impairment, the recipient must record in the participant’s file that such notice has been given.
*Definition: “Federal financial assistance” includes various types of in-kind assistance, as well as “any . . . agreement, arrangement, contract or subcontract (other than a Federal procurement contract or a contract of insurance or guaranty), or other instrument that has as one of its purposes the provision of assistance or benefits under Title I (of the Workforce Investment Act)”. This category includes, for example, employers that participate in on-the-job training programs through the CareerSource system. [See 29 CFR 37.4 (definition of “Financial assistance under Title I of WIA,” paragraph (5)]