New Mexico Free Printable Labor Law Posters New Mexico Free Printable Labor Law Posters 2020

The New Mexico Department Of Workforce Solutions requires all New Mexico businesses with employees to prominently post a number of labor law posters, covering topics such as the minimum wage, health & safety, and other important labor laws, in the workplace. You can download or print all of New Mexico's mandatory and optional labor law posters on this page, free of charge.

As the federal government and New Mexico State agencies make changes to the posters, copies will be available to all New Mexico Judicial Offices on this webpage and through the AOC/Human Resources Division to assure consistent compliance with posting regulations. Posters can also be purchased in a large laminated format; please contact David Pacheco, AOC Fiscal Services at 505-827-4830. Any purchases will need to be approved by Oscar Arevalo, Fiscal Services Director. NM Unemployment Compensation - (This poster is issued at the time of initial Unemployment Insurance tax registration and never needs to be updated.)

Mandatory New Mexico Labor Law Posters 4 PDFS

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The New Mexico Department Of Workforce Solutions requires that all employers post these four mandatory labor law posters in a prominant area within the workplace. Most New Mexico businesses will also need to post the Federal Department of Labor's mandatory posters in addition to these state posters.

Federal and State Employment Law posters are created to inform workers of their rights and protections under federal and state law. It is mandatory to post them in a conspicuous area to avoid fines up to $7,500 for each inspection. New Mexico courts and court-affiliated organizations are asked to post the most current Federal and New Mexico State Employment Law posters where employees and the public may easily view them.

Poster Type Poster Name Description
Workers Compensation Law
Workers' Compensation Act Information regarding workers' compensation
Unemployment Law New Mexico Unemployment Insurance Poster Serves as a notice to employees about the Unemployment Compensation Law of New Mexico
Minimum Wage Law New Mexico Minimum Wage Summary Information regarding the Minimum Wage
Job Safety Law
New Mexico Job Health and Safety Poster Information regarding health and safety in the workplace
Human Trafficking Law New Mexico Notice on Human Trafficking Serves as a notice to bring awareness to human trafficking crimes and who to contact in the event that an incident is witnessed.
Equal Opportunity Law
Discrimination is against the Law Information regarding discrimination in the workplace
Poster Type Poster Name Description

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Other New Mexico Labor Law Posters 3 PDFS

There are an additional three New Mexico labor law posters that are either optional, or mandatory only for a certain type of employer. Be sure to check this list carefully to see which posters are relevant to your business.

Poster Type Poster Name Who Must Post Description
Minimum Wage Law Bernalillo County Minimum Wage Ordinance employers in Bernalillo County Serves as a notice to Bernalillo County employees about the local minimum wage ordinance.
Minimum Wage Law Albuquerque Annual Minimum Wage Rate Adjustment employers in Albuquerque Notice of minimum wage for Albuquerque employees.
Minimum Wage Law City of Sante Fe Living Wage Ordinance employers in Santa Fe Provides information to employees in Santa Fe in regards to the city minimum wage ordinance.
Poster Type Poster Name Who Must Post Description
Minimum Wage Law
Spanish Language
Santa Fe Living Wage Ordinance (Spanish) employers of spanish-speaking employees in Santa Fe Information for Spanish-speaking Santa Fe employees in regards to the city's minimum wage ordinance.
Human Trafficking Law
Spanish Language
New Mexico Notice on Human Trafficking (Spanish) employers of spanish-speaking employees Serves as a notice to Spanish-speaking employees bringing awareness to human trafficking crimes.

Printed all of your New Mexico labor law posters? Be sure to check out the free federal labor law posters page to ensure that you comply with Department of Labor mandatory posting laws.

Disclaimer: While we do our best to keep this list of New Mexico labor law postings up to date and complete, we cannot be held liable for errors or omissions. Is a poster on this page missing or out-of-date? Please let us know so we can fix it!

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