Under a new Louisiana law that went into effect August 1, 2021, Louisiana businesses with 25 or more employees have additional obligations to their pregnant employees.
If your business has 25 or more employees, you must tell your employees and job applicants about their rights relating to pregnancy discrimination by posting a notice at your workplace by December 1, 2021. As a service to our members, we have provided a link to the poster below.
Governor Edwards has lifted the statewide mask requirement for private businesses. Starting October 27th, businesses are no longer required to have their employees and customers wear a mask.
Businesses may choose to continue to require and enforce mask requirements under the Governor’s order, but it is not mandatory. If your business wants to continue requiring masks, we have a free "Masks Required" poster available below that notifies customers and employees that masks or face coverings are required to be worn.
Because hand washing is so important in preventing the spread of the coronavirus and other diseases, LSBA 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.
As a member of LSBA, you will receive on complimentary “All-in-One” labor law poster each year when you renew your membership. This “All-in-One” labor law poster is designed to help our members maintain compliance with all state and federal notice laws. If any of these laws change, we will notify you immediately, and provide you with the updated notice(s) – at no charge. LSBA’s “All-in-One” labor law poster is updated regularly and includes the following state and federal notices:
The following updates have recently been made to the state and/or federal panels that are included on your "All-in-One" labor law poster. Please check your "All-in-One" labor law poster, and make sure that you have the following updated panels posted. Please reference each panel's revision date to ensure you have the most up-to-date version.
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.
REMEMBER: Don’t be fooled by poster solicitation companies who use scare tactics to try and sell you new labor law posters. If you have any questions regarding your LSBA “All-in-One” labor law poster and its accuracy, please email us or contact the Membership Department at 844-242-LSBA (5722).