Listed below are posters that are required to be conspicuously displayed at dental offices. CDA offers members who are practice owners one no-cost, easy-to-display poster set.
Individual cities and counties across California have passed local ordinances relating to minimum wage, paid sick leave and other laws — with eligibility rules and posting requirements varying from city to city. Check with local city government as to whether any local ordinances and posting requirements apply to employees in your practice. February 2021
Available from the National Labor Relations Board
Important Note: The DC Circuit Court of Appeals have enjoined the NLRB’s rule requiring the posting of employee rights under the National Labor Relations Act. However, employers are free to voluntarily post the notice, if they wish.
DFEH has recently made some design changes to the posters that do not change the posting obligation. You may post any version of the Workplace Discrimination poster (titled: California Law Prohibits Workplace Discrimination and Harassment / DFEH-E07P-ENG / formerly DFEH-162) from December 2014 to the present. You may post any version of the CFRA/Pregnancy Disability Leave notice (DFEH-100-21) from July 2015 to the present. And you may post any version of the Rights and Obligations as a Pregnant Employee notice (DFEH-100-20) from April 2016 to the present.
Either the poster or the fact sheet can be distributed to employees to meet the legal requirements:
The following pamphlets must be provided to employees under situations stated in the about DE 1857A poster: