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Posters to display in your practice

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 the local city government as to whether any local ordinances and posting requirements apply to employees in your practice. May 2022.

Available from the National Labor Relations Board

Important Note: The DC Circuit Court of Appeals has 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.

Available from the U.S. Department of Labor

Available from the California Department of Fair Employment and Housing, 800.884.1684 (voice), 800.700.2320 (TTY)

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:

Available from a Local California Employment Development Department or online 

The following pamphlets must be provided to employees under situations stated in the about DE 1857A poster:

Available from the Industrial Welfare Commission, 916.274.1016

​Available from the California Department of Industrial Relations 916.574.2528

  • Health Workplaces/Healthy Families Act of 2014: Paid Sick Leave published November 2014
  • Employer Requirement to Notify Employees of Inspection by Immigration Agencies effective January 1, 2018 Employers are required to provide notice to employees of any inspection of I-9 Employment Eligibility Verification forms or other employment records by an immigration agency by posting a notice within 72 hours of receiving the notification of inspection.
  • PayDay Notice
  • The day, time and place of the regular pay date must be posted. As a convenience, the state provides a small form for this purpose. However, any employer may post this information in any understandable form.
  • Emergency Information
  • Whistleblower Protection revised January 2016 Print on 8.5 x 14 paper only
  • Safety and Health Protection on the Job revised March 2021 
  • Access to Medical and Exposure Records revised January 2015
  • Smoking Prohibited in the Workplace
    Labor Code section 6404.5 and Title 8 section 5148 of the California Code of Regulations prohibits smoking in an enclosed space at the workplace. Employers must notify workplace visitors of the prohibition by posting clear and prominent signs stating, “No smoking,” at the building entrances. Signs stating, “Smoking is prohibited except in designated areas,” also may be posted at building entrances if smoking is permitted in designated areas.

    Employers may purchase already made signs or create their own signs. The Department of Industrial Relations does not provide No Smoking signs. The law is enforced by local enforcement agencies.

Available from the employers' workers' compensation insurance carrier or the Division of Workers' Compensation

  • Notice to Employees -- Injuries Caused by Work revised January 2016
    This notice states the name of the employer’s current compensation insurance carrier or the fact that the employer is self-insured. An employer may post the notice provided by the employer’s insurance carrier or complete and post this notice available from the state. Both English and Spanish language versions of the notice must be posted if there are Spanish-speaking employees.
  • Medical Provider Network (MPN) Notice published June 2010
    Employers who use a medical provider network for workers’ compensation claims must post a separate MPN Notice near the Notice to Employees. Obtain the notice from the employer’s workers’ compensation carrier or complete and post the notice provided by the state. A Spanish language version of the notice must be provided to Spanish-speaking employees.
  • Your Rights to Workers Compensation Benefits published July 2014
    Employers must provide this updated pamphlet to each new employee starting work on or after Oct. 8, 2010.
    Obtain pamphlet from employer’s workers’ compensation carrier.

Available from the California Department of Health Services Radiologic Health Branch, 916.327.5106

Available from CDA Practice Support, 800.232.7645

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