Arizona Labor Law Posters

Employers are required to display both state and federal labor and employment posters. This means that employers must post certain notices in their workplaces so employees have access to information about the applicable labor laws. These posters, also known as workplace postings or workplace compliance posters, can be downloaded for free from our website.


Posting Requirements

The type of posters you are required to post will be determined by:

  • The nature of your business
  • The number of employees
  • The primary language spoken by your employees
  • Whether you employ people with disabilities
  • Whether you employ minors

All notices must be posted in a conspicuous place so that they can be seen and read by employees. Failure to post notices can result in stiff penalties and possible fines.

Don't forget to visit our federal poster page to see if you require additional posters specific to your organization.

Mandatory for All Arizona Employers

Arizona Minimum Wage

“The Fair Wages and Healthy Families Act” Poster states the Arizona Minimum Wage of being $12.00 per hour and includes exemptions, information on tips and gratuities, and how this act is enforced.
This notice must be posted in a conspicuous well lighted place frequented by employees, job seekers, applicants for union membership, or patrons.

Required for: All AZ Employers.

[English] [Spanish]

Notice to Employees–Workers’ Compensation

The “Workers’ Compensation” Notice to Employees provides a space where the employer can write the policy number and the name of the compensation carrier. Since Arizona law requires that this notice be posted in both English and Spanish, it has been printed in bilingual form.

This notice must be posted in a conspicuous well lighted place frequented by employees, job seekers, applicants for union membership, or patrons.

Required for: All AZ Employers.

[English/Spanish]

Work Exposure to Bodily Fluids (HIV, AIDS, Hepatitis “C”)

The “Work Exposure to Bodily Fluids” Poster notifies employees that a claim may be made for a condition, infection, disease, or disability involving or related to the Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV), Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS), or Hepatitis C within the provisions of the Arizona Workers’ Compensation Law, and the rules of The Industrial Commission of Arizona.

This poster must be posted immediately next to the “Workers' Compensation” Notice to Employees.

Required for: All AZ Employers.

[English]

Work Exposure to MRSA, Spinal Meningitis, or Tuberculosis (TB)

The “Work Exposure to Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus (MRSA), Spinal Meningitis, or Tuberculosis (TB)” Poster notifies employees that a claim may be made for a condition, infection, disease or disability involving or related to MRSA, spinal meningitis, or TB within the provisions of the Arizona Workers’ Compensation Law.

This poster must be posted immediately next to the “Workers' Compensation” Notice to Employees.

Required for: All AZ Employers.

[English]

Employee Safety and Health Protection Poster

The “Employee Safety and Health Protection on the Job” Poster details the rights that employees have under the Arizona Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1972.
Must be printed on 8½ x 14 inch paper. You may have to adjust your computer or printer, or use a commercial printer, to print this poster properly.

This notice must be posted in a conspicuous well lighted place frequented by employees, job seekers, applicants for union membership, or patrons.

Required for: All AZ Employers.

[English/Spanish]

Earned Paid Sick Time

The “Earned Paid Sick Time” Poster informs that employees are entitled to earned paid sick time. It also gives information about the amount of earned paid sick time that employees are entitled to accrue; the terms of use guaranteed by Arizona’s earned paid sick time laws; the prohibition of retaliation against employees who request or use earned paid sick time; each employee has the right to file a complaint if earned paid sick time is denied by the employer or the employee is subjected to retaliation for requesting or taking earned paid sick time; and contact information for the Industrial Commission.

This notice must be posted in a conspicuous well lighted place frequented by employees, job seekers, applicants for union membership, or patrons.

Required for: All AZ Employers.

[English] [Spanish]

Federally Mandated

Equal Employment Opportunity is the Law

Executive Order 11246 (E.O. 11246), also known as the “Equal Employment Opportunity is the Law” Poster prohibits certain Federal contractors and subcontractors from discriminating in employment decisions on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, or national origin. Additionally, it protects applicants and employees from discriminatory discipline, including firing, for asking about, discussing, or disclosing their pay or the pay of their co-workers. E.O. 11246 also requires covered government contractors to take affirmative action to ensure that equal opportunity is provided in all aspects of employment.

Post copies of the poster, supplement, and provision in conspicuous places available to employees, applicants for employment, and send to representatives of labor organizations with which there is a collective bargaining agreement.

Required for: All AZ Employers.

[English] [Spanish] [Chinese] [Arabic]

Employee Rights Under the Fair Labor Standards Act

The "Employee Rights Under the Fair Labor Standards" Poster establishes minimum wage, overtime pay, recordkeeping, and youth employment standards affecting full-time and part-time workers in the private sector and in federal, state, and local governments. The FLSA requires employers to pay covered nonexempt employees a minimum wage of not less than $7.25 per hour.

The poster must be posted in a conspicuous area on the employer's premises where employees can readily see it.

Required for: All Employers.

Large Posters: [English] [Spanish] [Chinese] [Russian] [Thai] [Hmong] [Vietnamese] [Korean] [Polish]

Small Posters: [English] [Spanish]

Family and Medical Leave Act

The “Family and Medical Leave Act” entitles eligible employees of covered employers to take unpaid, job-protected leave for specified family and medical reasons with continuation of group health insurance coverage under the same terms and conditions as if the employee had not taken leave.

The poster must be posted in a conspicuous area on the employer's premises where employees and applicants for employment can readily see it. It may also be posted electronically if all other requirements have been met, but the electronic posting can not replace the physical posters. 

Required for: All AZ Employers.

[English] [Spanish]

USERRA - Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act

Employers are required to provide to persons entitled to the rights and benefits under the Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act (USERRA), a notice of the rights, benefits, and obligations of such persons and such employers under USERRA. 

Employers may provide the notice, "Your Rights Under USERRA", by posting it where employee notices are customarily placed. However, employers are free to provide the notice to employees in other ways that will minimize costs if the full text of the notice is provided (e.g., by handing or mailing out the notice, or distributing the notice via electronic mail).

Required for: All AZ Employers.

[English]

Mandatory for Some Arizona Employers

Notification of Constructive Discharge

The “Notification of Constructive Discharge” Poster informs that an employee is encouraged to communicate to the employer whenever the employee believes working conditions may become intolerable to the employee and may cause the employee to resign. Under section 23-1502, Arizona Revised Statutes, an employee may be required to notify an appropriate representative of the employer in writing that a working condition exists that the employee believes is intolerable.

This notice must be posted in a conspicuous well lighted place frequented by employees, job seekers, applicants for union membership, or patrons.

Required for: AZ State Personnel System (SPS) Agencies.

[English]

Discrimination in Employment

The “Arizona Law Prohibits Discrimination in Employment” Poster notifies employees and employers that discrimination in employment is prohibited by Arizona Law on the basis of Race, Color, Religion, Sex, Age (40+), National Origin, Disability, or Results of Genetic Testing.

This poster must be posted in a conspicuous well lighted place frequented by employees, job seekers, applicants for union membership, or patrons.

Required for: AZ State Personnel System (SPS) Agencies.

[English/Spanish]

Notice to Employees–You Are Covered by Unemployment Insurance

The “You Are Covered by Unemployment Insurance” Notice to Employees informs employees that if they become unemployed, they may be eligible for unemployment benefits if they meet a certain criteria.

This notice must be posted in a conspicuous well lighted place frequented by employees, job seekers, applicants for union membership, or patrons.

Required for: AZ State Personnel System (SPS) Agencies.

[English]

Smoke-Free Arizona “No Smoking”

The Smoke-Free Arizona “No Smoking” Sign informs employees that smoking is not allowed in most enclosed public places and places of employment. It also provides contact information to report a violation or file a complaint to Smoke-Free Arizona.

This sign must be posted in a conspicuous well lighted place frequented by employees, job seekers, applicants for union membership, or patrons.

Required for: AZ State Personnel System (SPS) Agencies.

[English] [Spanish]

This Organization Participates in E-Verify

The “This Organization Participates in E-Verify” Poster informs employees that this employer will provide the federal government with employees’ Form I-9 information to confirm that they are authorized to work in the U.S. 

This notice must be posted in a conspicuous area on the employer’s premises where employees can readily see it.

Required for: All Employers who participate in E-Verify.

[English/Spanish]

If You Have the Right to Work Don’t Let Anyone Take it Away

The “If You Have the Right to Work Don’t Let Anyone Take it Away” Poster from the Department of Justice informs employees that if they have the skills, experience, and legal right to work, their citizenship or immigration status shouldn’t merit discrimination in the workplace. This poster also provides contact information for the Immigrant and Employee Rights Section (IER).  

This notice must be posted in a conspicuous area on the employer’s premises where employees can readily see it.

Required for: All Employers who participate in E-Verify.

[English] [Spanish]

Mandatory for Employers in the City of Flagstaff, AZ

City of Flagstaff Minimum Wage

The “City of Flagstaff’s Minimum Wage Law” Poster states the minimum wage for the city of Flagstaff, who is covered by the law, what is expected of tipped employees, what employee rights under this law are, and how to file a complaint with the City of Flagstaff’s Office of Labor Standards.

This notice must be posted in a conspicuous well lighted place frequented by employees, job seekers, applicants for union membership, or patrons.

Required for: Every employer of an employee who performs 25+ hours of work per year in the city of Flagstaff, Arizona.

[English] [Spanish]

Mandatory for Employers in the City of Tucson, AZ

City of Tucson Notice of Non-Discrimination

The “City of Tucson Non-Discrimination” Notice states that under the city of tucson code, it is unlawful to discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, ancestry, religion, disability, gender (sex), gender identity, sexual orientation, marital status, or familial status.

This notice must be posted in a conspicuous well lighted place frequented by employees, job seekers, applicants for union membership, or patrons.

Required for: Every person or business subject to the Tucson City Code, Chapter 17, must post a Notice of Non-Discrimination.

[English] [Spanish]

Recommended

IRS Withholding Notice

Publication 213, the “IRS Withholding Notice”, is a bulletin board poster advising workers to consider whether they need to file a new Form W-4 with their employer, including options that would affect that decision like marriage or divorce, changing your name, gaining or losing a dependent, or changes to your income. 

All Employers have the option to post this notice in a conspicuous area, but it is not required.

[English]

Hantavirus Hazards from Rodent Nests in Vehicles

The “Hantavirus Hazards from Rodent Nests in Vehicles” Poster from the Arizona Division of Occupational Safety and Health (ADOSH) warns employers and employees who service motor vehicles of the potential exposure to rodent-borne diseases when their nests are encountered. Since rodents like to nest in idle vehicles, service technicians have a chance of being exposed to viruses such as the hantavirus. This poster provides measures to take if a service technician should take if they are expected to remove or make contact with these nests.

This is not a required poster, but employers who service motor vehicles may want to post this conspicuously next to required posters.

[English]

Exposure to Silica During Roof Cutting

The “Protecting Employees from Exposure to Silica During Roof Tile Cutting Operations” Poster from the Arizona Division of Occupational Safety and Health (ADOSH) warns employers and employees who cut roof tile and are in the vicinity of the cutting operations that they could be exposed to respirable silica and noise in amounts exceeding the OSHA Permissible Exposure Limits (PEL). This poster provides protective measures employers and employers should take in order to ensure the workplace remains safe.

This is not a required poster, but employers who cut roof tiles or work in the vicinity of the cutting operations may want to post this conspicuously next to required posters.

[English]