EEOC Increases Fine for Failing to Post

Effective April 18, 2014 the EEOC doubled the fines it can levy against employers who do not adhere to its posting requirements.  The fines increased to $210 for each separate offense.

Federal Register: Adjusting the Penalty for Violations of Notice Posting Requirements

EEOC Posting Requirements

Under section 711 of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 (Title VII), which is incorporated by reference in section 105 of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and section 207 of the Genetic Information Non-Discrimination Act (GINA), and 29 CFR 1601.30(a), every employer, employment agency, labor organization, and joint labor-management committee controlling an apprenticeship or other training program covered by Title VII, the ADA, or GINA, must post notices describing the pertinent provisions of Title VII, ADA, or GINA. Such notices must be posted in prominent and accessible places where notices to employees, applicants, and members are customarily maintained.

This is the latest version of the “Equal Employment Opportunity is the Law” poster, which was revised in November 2009 to reflect changes in the law. This poster also includes updates from the Department of Labor.

Visit the EEOC poster page

U.S. Department of Labor Poster Page

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