Arkansas Department of Labor & Licensing

Required Postings

Required Postings for Arkansas Employers

The following is a list of required State and Federal employee notices.  The list includes the notice to be posted, employers who are required to post the notice, and information on how to obtain the notice.  All posting requirements must be posted in a conspicuous place so as to be accessible to all employees.  Failure to post notices can result in stiff penalties and possible fines.  Employers who are not sure who they are covered under can contact the U.S. Department of Labor at (501) 324-5292 or the Arkansas Department of Labor and Licensing at (501) 682-4534. 

You may download the Notice to Employer and Employee, Human Trafficking and the Chemical Right to Know posters by clicking on the appropriate links below.  Please download posters on legal size paper for increased legibility.

NoticePosting RequirementsHow To Obtain Notice
Notice to Employer and Employee
Minimum Wage, Overtime, Child Labor, Wage Collection etc.
Employers with 4 or more employees.Arkansas Department of Labor and Licensing
900 West Capitol Avenue,
Little Rock, AR, 72201-3108 
(501) 682-4534
Your Rights Under the Fair Labor Standards Act – Federal Minimum Wage and Overtime LawsEmployers w/ gross annual sales or businesses, of at least $500,000; hospitals; nursing homes; schools 
and pre-schools; and government agencies. Also, employer of any employee involved in interstate commerce.
U.S. Department of Labor 
10810 Executive Center Drive 
Danville Building 2 Ste 220 
Little Rock, AR 72201 
(501) 223-9114
Equal Employment Opportunity is the LawAll Arkansas EmployersEqual Employment 
Opportunity Commission 
425 West Capitol, Suite 625 
TCBY Tower Building 
Little Rock, AR 72201 
(501) 324-5060
Your Rights under the Family and Medical Leave Act of 1993All Arkansas Employers with at least 50 employeesU.S. Department of Labor 
(501) 223-9114
Notice Employee Polygraph Protection ActAll Arkansas EmployersU.S. Department of Labor 
(501) 223-9114
Notice to Employees, How to Claim Unemployment InsuranceAll Arkansas EmployersArkansas Workforce Services 
1501 Main Street 
Little Rock, AR 72203 
(501) 682-2257
Notice to Employer and Employee Act 556 of 1991 entitled the Public Employees’ Chemical 
Right to Know Act
All State, County, and 
Municipal Operations
Arkansas Department of Labor and Licensing
OSHA Section
(501) 682-4528
Workers’ Compensation Notice and Instructions to Employers and Employees Form PAll Arkansas EmployersIf an employer does not have a Poster P, they should request one from their workers’ compensation insurance carrier.
OSHA’s Job Safety and 
Health Protection
All Arkansas Employers Excluding All State, County or Municipal Operations Not RequiredU.S. Department of Labor 
OSHA Division 
(501) 224-1841
Your Rights Under the Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act 
All EmployersU.S. Department of Labor 
(501) 223-9114
Hand Washing PosterArkansas Restaurants and other food handling businessesDepartment of Health & 
Human Services 
(501) 661-2171
(800) 482-8988
Human Trafficking Poster – A hotel, motel, or other establishment that has been cited as a public nuisance for prostitution under Ark. Code Ann. § 20-27-401
-A strip club or other sexually oriented business
-A private club that has a liquor permit for on-premises consumption and does not hold itself out to be a food service establishment
-An airport
-A train station that serves passengers
-A bus station
-A privately owned and operated facility that provides food, fuel, shower or other sanitary facilities, and overnight parking.
Arkansas Department of Labor and Licensing
900 West Capitol Avenue,
Little Rock, AR, 72201-3108 
(501) 682-4534

Arkansas State Government

Arkansas Department of Labor and Licensing

900 West Capitol Avenue, Little Rock, AR 72201-3108

501-682-4535 Fax 
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