Child labor. Employers that employ any minors must post a notice summarizing the provisions of the Maryland child labor law (MD Labor and Employment Code Sec. 3-214).
Equal pay. All employers must post a summary of the statutes and regulations governing equal pay, as well as a copy of the Equal Pay Act itself (MD Labor and Employment Code Sec. 3-306).
Employment discrimination. Contractors and subcontractors working on a state contract must post notices setting forth the nondiscrimination provisions of the contract (MD State Finance and Procurement Code Sec. 13-219).
Public employers and private employers with 15 or more employees must post a notice that discrimination is prohibited under the Maryland Fair Employment Practices Act.
Human trafficking. Certain establishments are required to display a notice providing information for relief resources and hotlines for victims of human trafficking (MD Bus Reg Code Sec. 15-207).
Businesses required to post include:
• Privately-owned bus stations and truck stops;and
• Certain lodging establishments located on property where arrests leading to convictions of prostitution, solicitation of a minor, or human trafficking have occurred.
The notice must be displayed in English, Spanish, and any other languages required by the federal Voting Rights Act.
A sample poster is available ...