Some laws and regulations issued by the U.S. Department of Labor and Arizona require the university to provide visible notices to employees in the workplace. All ASU departments are required to display the most current compliance information.
Office of Human Resources responsibilities
The Office of Human Resources will provide updated information on this webpage as notices are updated by state or federal agencies.
ASU department responsibilities
Posters must be displayed in a conspicuous place. This may require more than one area, depending on the size of the department and the location of employees. Please check this webpage for notice updates to ensure your department has the most current information posted.
Print the State notices and Federal notices listed below.
- Know your rights (10/22).
- Pay transparency nondiscrimination provision.
- Employee rights and responsibilities under the family and medical leave act (04/16).
- Employee rights on government contracts (04/09).
- Employee rights under the fair labor standards act (federal contracts 11/22).
- Employee rights under the fair labor standards act (non-federal contracts 07/16).
- This organization participates in E-verify (04/17).
- Your rights under USERRA (04/17).
- If you have the right to work, don't let anyone take it away (01/19).
- Arizona smoke-free program (download).
- Discrimination is prohibited in employment.
- Employee safety and health protection (10/11).
- Notice to employees: You are covered by unemployment insurance (08/19).
- Work exposure to bodily fluids.
- Work exposure to MRSA, SM or TB (07/11).
- Workers compensation law .
- Notification of constructive discharge (07/13).
What is considered a conspicuous place?
Anywhere employees frequent on a regular basis could be considered conspicuous. Examples may include break areas, lobbies, business offices and exits and entrances to buildings.
If we have units in multiple locations, how do we ensure we have met the posting requirement?
To meet the posting requirement, you may have to have postings in multiple areas, depending on whether there is one central location all employees frequent. If there is a central location, then only one location is necessary. If there is not one, then multiple posting locations will be necessary to ensure all employees can view the postings regularly.
How do I know if we have a posting in our area?
Depending on your department, school or college setup, you can consult with your on-site HR representative, business manager or the business and finance office. They should have details on where postings are located in your area.
Employee leave and U.S. labor information
- Employee’s guide to military family leave.
- OHR benefits and leaves partners.
- U.S. Department of Labor.
The content on these HR advisor pages is not intended to create a contract, either expressed or implied, between Arizona State University and its employees for either employment or any benefit or agreement. While the HR advisor makes every effort to present accurate and reliable information, it does not establish or modify policies or procedures of your department, Arizona State University or the Board of Regents.