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November 5, 2008    DOL Home > Frequently Asked Questions > Posters

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The FLSA/Minimum Wage poster changed in 2007 — do I have to post the new poster now? Do I have to post another new poster when the minimum wage changes in 2008 and 2009?
Do I have to post the federal workplace posters in languages other than English?
I have seasonal employees and want to know if they “count” in deciding whether to post the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) poster.
I pay my employees by commission — do I still have to post the Minimum Wage Poster?
I have no employees, just contract employees. Do I have to display the federal workplace posters?
I am the business owner. I have no employees and no contract employees. Do I have to post posters?
I have only unpaid volunteers — do I still have to post posters?
If a state minimum wage law provides greater protection than the federal minimum wage, do I still have to post the federal Fair Labor Standards Act/Minimum Wage poster?
Must a contractor post The Notice of Employee Rights Concerning Payment of Union Dues (Beck Poster) at worksites where no work is performed under Government contracts?
Are there any “exemptions” from federal posting requirements?

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