Montana Notices (Posting) laws & HR compliance analysis

Montana Notices (Posting): What you need to know

Montana requires that employers post a number of notices in the workplace informing employees of their rights and obligations under certain employment laws. The posters must be placed conspicuously, permanently, and in enough places to be easily seen by employees as they enter and exit the facility. Most of the required state posters are available from the state Department of Labor and Industry: http://wsd.dli.mt.gov.
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Discrimination. The Montana Human Rights Bureau has the authority to require employers to post information regarding employment discrimination. However, there is no separate state posting requirement at this time (MT Code Sec. 49-2-202).
Hazardous chemicals. Public sector employers must post a notice advising employees about their rights under the Employee and Community Hazardous Chemical Information Act (MT Code Sec. 50-78-201).
Minimum wage. Upon demand from an employee prior to commencement of work, employers must notify employees in writing of hourly, daily, weekly, monthly, or yearly wage rates, and the regular date of payment. Notice may be given either individually or by posting a notice in the workplace (MT Code Sec. 39-3-203). Although not required, Montana's minimum wage poster is available online from the state Department of Labor and Industry at http://wsd.dli.mt.gov. The posting does not apply to employers engaged in agriculture or stock raising. The requirement also does not apply to an employer that has entered into a signed collective bargaining agreement when the agreement sets forth conditions of employment, wages, and hours to be worked.
Prevailing wage/public contracts. Contractors, subcontractors, and employers performing work or ...

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