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Ch 5: Workplace Posting Requirements

About This Chapter

Do you remember the workplace posting requirements? If not, then you've reached the exact chapter that can help you. Through brief and interesting video lessons and quizzes, you can refresh your memory of this information.

Workplace Posting Requirements - Chapter Summary

Watch quick and entertaining video lessons to help you with the notices for Worker's Compensation. Assess how well you remember the posting requirements for Fair Employment Housing and the Employment Development Department. In all, this chapter will help you with your remembrance of the following:

  • Department of Industrial Relations and U.S. Department of Labor's requirements for posting
  • Notices for Worker's Compensation
  • Fair Employment and Housing and the Employment Development Department's posting requirements
  • Posts required by Cal/OSHA, state agencies, and federal agencies

Move at your own pace through the chapter. Let our expert instructors help you if you have any questions. Utilize the timeline at the bottom of each video to go to different parts of the videos. Our lesson transcripts are also available for you to read through and create vocabulary lists.

7 Lessons in Chapter 5: Workplace Posting Requirements
Test your knowledge with a 30-question chapter practice test
The Department of Industrial Relations' Employer Posting Requirements

1. The Department of Industrial Relations' Employer Posting Requirements

In this lesson, we will discuss the workplace legal posting requirements as required by the Department of Industrial Relations, including how you can get a copy of the posting.

US Department of Labor's Requirements for Employer Postings

2. US Department of Labor's Requirements for Employer Postings

How does the federal government make sure employees are aware of their rights in the workplace? Let's briefly review the US Department of Labor's requirements for employee rights posters.

Worker's Compensation Notification & Reporting Requirements

3. Worker's Compensation Notification & Reporting Requirements

The State of California has specific workers' compensation requirements that are unique to the state. This lesson reviews the responsibility of a Human Resources department in California to provide information about Workers' Compensation benefits, and what to do in the event of an injury or illness that was a result of being on-the-job.

Postings Required by the Department of Fair Employment & Housing

4. Postings Required by the Department of Fair Employment & Housing

Protecting employees from harassment and discrimination are important measures in a workplace. In this lesson, you'll learn more about postings required by government agencies to explain employees' rights.

Employment Development Department's Required Postings

5. Employment Development Department's Required Postings

In this lesson we will look at the the California Employment Development Department's required postings and written notices to employees that must be made by employers.

Workplace Postings Required by State & Federal Agencies

6. Workplace Postings Required by State & Federal Agencies

There are several workplace postings that are required by state and federal law. In this lesson, we will review Time Off to Vote (Elections Code Section 14001 et seq) and Equal Employment Opportunity Is The Law (US Equal Employment Opportunity Commission).

Workplace Postings Required by Cal/OSHA

7. Workplace Postings Required by Cal/OSHA

This lesson provides information on California workplace legal posting requirements as outlined by Cal/OSHA, including where postings need to be placed and how they can be obtained.

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