The Maine State Only labor law poster combines mandatory Maine state labor postings into one convenient poster. Combine it with our Federal Only poster to cover all your posting needs. The Maine poster measures 27 x 27 and is laminated.
|Maine State Only Labor Law Poster Includes the Following|
|Regulation of Employment||Summary of important laws/regulations regarding wages, hours, and leave. Time of Payment, Rest Breaks, Mandatory Overtime, Payment of Wages, Unfair Agreement, Leave for Victims of Violence, and Family Medical Leave Requirements. (Title 26, MRSA §42-B)|
|Minimum Wage||Summary of Maine’s wage and hour laws, posting Overtime rules/exemptions, the current Minimum Wage, and various laws protecting workers from unfair treatment. (Title 26, MRSA §668)|
|Whistleblowers' Protection Act||Summary of the Whistleblowers’ Protection Act, protecting employees who report or refuse to commit illegal acts. Includes a space for contact information (to be filled in by the employer) should the need arise to report a violation, unsafe working condition or practice, or an illegal act in the workplace. (Title 26, MRSA §839)|
|Workers' Compensation||Notice to employees regarding their benefits/obligations under Workers’ Compensation Insurance. Appears in English, French, and Spanish. Lists instructions for acquiring interpreters in English, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, French, Polish, Russian, Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Vietnamese, Arabic, Persian, and Somali. (39-A MRSA §406)|
|Sexual Harassment||Brief notice summarizing prohibited discriminatory acts/behaviors regarding sexual harassment. As provided under the Maine Human Rights Act, administered/enforced by the Maine Human Rights Commission.|
|Video Display Terminal Law||List of employer obligations regarding the rights of employees who use computers for work, as provided under the Maine Video Display Terminal (VDT) Law.|
|Child Labor Law (Only Required when Minors Employed)||Summary of the Child Labor Laws of the State of Maine protecting the rights of workers under the age of 18 (in nonagricultural jobs). (Title 26, MRSA §42-B)|
|Maine Employment Security Act||Notice to workers, providing information on Unemployment benefits and their limitations/requirements. (Me. I-1) (for employers required to pay unemployment tax)|
|No Smoking||No Smoking sign, for a healthful workplace.|
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