Illinois Workplace Labor and Employment Law Posters

Illinois Workplace Labor and Employment Law Posters

Author: XpertHR Editorial Team

In addition to federal posting requirements, an Illinois employer should ensure compliance with individual state and local requirements for workplace posters. HR must monitor the applicable statutes and update the postings as needed. The following chart contains information regarding whether a specific poster is:

  • Required for all employers;
  • Required for employers in certain industries;
  • Required for an employer based on the number of its employees within a state or municipality; or
  • Recommended for an employer, but not required.

The Employment Law Manual's Employee Communications: Illinois section offers detailed information regarding state-specific postings and compliance requirements.

Poster Required for All Or Most Employers Required for Some Employers Recommended But Not Required
Illinois Day and Temporary Labor Services Act Poster X
Illinois Emergency Care for Choking Poster X
Illinois Employee Classification Act of 2008 Poster X
Illinois Firearm Concealed Carry Act Notice Poster X
Illinois Human Trafficking Resource Center Hotline Poster X
Illinois Potential Loss of Health Insurance Notice X
Illinois Pregnancy Fairness Poster X
Illinois Prevailing Wage Notice for Public Works Contractors X
Illinois Public Sector Job Safety and Health Poster X
Illinois Service Member Employment and Reemployment Rights Act (ISERRA) Notice X
Illinois Sexual Harassment and Discrimination Poster X
Illinois Smoke Free Illinois Act Poster X
Illinois Unemployment Insurance Benefits Notice X
Illinois Workers' Compensation Notice X
Your Rights Under Illinois Employment Laws Poster X
Chicago, Illinois, Minimum Wage Notice Poster X
Chicago, Illinois, Paid Sick Leave Notice Poster X
Cook County, Illinois, Earned Sick Leave Poster X

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