Paid Leave for Coronavirus (FFCRA) Poster
Effective April 1, 2020, small businesses are required by the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) to give their employees paid leave in certain circumstances relating to the coronavirus. Employees who cannot work due to specific coronavirus-related reasons are entitled to two weeks of paid leave, with an additional 10 weeks of paid leave if they have to care for a son or daughter whose school or daycare has been closed due to the coronavirus. Click here for details on what qualifies employees for this paid leave.
The paid leave law requires all employers to provide a notice to their employees explaining the new paid time off that they may be eligible for because of the coronavirus. FUBA has mailed a copy of this poster to all members. You can print additional copies below.
“Masks Required” Poster
As the number of COVID-19 cases rise in Florida, more and more cities and counties in Florida are passing local ordinances that require masks or face coverings to be worn in public, which includes businesses.
Some of these local laws require employers to post a notice telling their employees and customers that they must wear a mask or face covering while inside the business. As a service to our members, FUBA has designed a generic mask poster for our members to use if their local area requires a mask poster.
Even if your business is not located in an area where masks are required, you may choose to require that all customers and employees wear masks, and you might want to put several of these mask posters up at your workplace as reminders.
“Wash Your Hands” Poster
Because hand washing is so important in preventing the spread of the coronavirus and other diseases, FUBA has free posters available for members that say “Employees Must Wash Their Hands Before Leaving.” These can be posted in restrooms or anywhere in your workplace to remind employees to wash their hands frequently.
This poster is not mandatory. But it is a good idea to remind all employees about proper hand washing to prevent illnesses.
To request “Wash Your Hands” posters, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and provide us with your business name, the contact person’s name, mailing address, and FUBA member number (if you know it). Or you can download it below.
Labor Law Poster
As a member of FUBA, you receive one free “all-in-one” labor law poster.
Our “all-in-one” poster keeps you in compliance with State and Federal employment notice laws. This publication contains all eight mandatory general employment posters, conveniently on a single 40″ x 26″ poster.
If any of the posters change or new ones are added, we will notify you immediately. We typically provide the new posters at no charge. Your FUBA membership guarantees that you will always be up-to-date on required postings.
FUBA’s labor law poster which retails for $30.00 for non-members includes the following required notices:
- Employee Polygraph Protection Act
- Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO)
- Fair Labor Standards Act (Federal Minimum Wage)
- RT-83 Florida Reemployment Assistance Program Law
- FL Law Prohibits Discrimination
- OSHA Job Safety and Health
- Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act (USERRA)
- Workers’ Comp Works For You (“Broken Arm”)
Child Labor Laws posters are available at no charge to members who employ workers under age 18.
Members can order additional posters at no charge. Non-members can order posters for $30.00 each, plus applicable sales tax.
Minimum Wage Poster
Effective January 1, 2021, the minimum wage in Florida is $8.65 per hour, with a minimum wage of at least $5.63 per hour for tipped employees, in addition to tips.
Active FUBA members will receive a free Florida minimum wage poster each year. The Florida minimum wage poster should be displayed with the “all-in-one” State and Federal labor law poster each member receives free of charge when they join. Each year, even if the minimum wage doesn’t change, FUBA members receive updated minimum wage posters at no charge.
Florida employers are also required to display the federal minimum wage poster. It is part of the All-in-One poster you receive when you join FUBA.
Please note: Even though Florida businesses are required to display two minimum wage posters (the one for Florida and the federal one), they must pay their employees whichever minimum wage is higher, which currently is Florida’s. By displaying the Florida-specific poster next to the all-in-one poster FUBA provides you, your business will be in full compliance.
If you have questions about Florida’s minimum wage or would like extra printed copies of the poster, please call the FUBA offices at 800-262-4483 or send us an email at email@example.com and include your name, your company name, and mailing address. Additional copies are also free of charge for FUBA members.
Child Labor Poster
Employers who hire minors must display a poster in a conspicuous place on the property or place of employment notifying them of the Child Labor Law.