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Where employees are required to report to a main office, a central headquarters location or the same worksite on a regular basis, there is no requirement for employers to post notices at their other worksite locations. The employer may post all of the required federal posters in the main office/headquarters where all employees report so long as they are displayed prominently and are readily visible to all employees.

Yes. The Department of Workforce Solutions offers a seven in one poster free of charge. The poster includes

  • Your Rights under the Fair Labor Act
  • Your Rights under USERRA The Uniformed Services
  • Employment and Reemployment Rights Act
  • The Immigration Reform and Control Act (IRCA) Prohibits
  • Employment Discrimination
  • Employee Polygraph Protection Act
  • Your Rights under the Family & Medical Leave Act of 193
  • Equal Employment Opportunity is THE LAW!
    OSHA

These posters may be picked up at your local New Mexico Workforce Connection office.

In order to be exempt from federal and state poster requirements, the employer must use only workers who qualify as bona fide volunteers under the Fair Labor Standards Act, bona fide volunteers are individuals who donate their services for public service, religious or humanitarian objectives, without contemplation of being paid.

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