Every so often, we like to remind our small business owners of some of the myriad mandates and dictates with which they must comply. One of those that we all can easily overlook is the requirement to post certain information relating federal and/or state laws. Federal law requires that all employers with less than 50 employees post the following five notices conspicuously within their place of business: Fair Labor Standards Act, Employee Polygraph Protection Act; Equal Employment Opportunity Law; the Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act; and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration poster. If an employer has 50 or more workers, they must also post a notice related to the federal Family and Medical Leave Act. In addition to these mandates, with the coronavirus pandemic hitting us this year, employers must also post this information on the FFCRA Expanded Family and Medical Leave until the end of this year at least. And, if that isn’t enough, many states also require that employers display their own state-specific legal posters, so as this COVID summer comes to a close, make sure you’re in compliance.