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Davis-Bacon Federal Construction Poster

Display Employee Rights with the Davis-Bacon Act Labor Law Poster


Fulfill your requirements as a federal contractor with the Davis-Bacon Act Poster by ComplyRight. The Davis-Bacon Act requires payments of prevailing wages on federal contracts in excess of $2,000 for the construction, alteration, or repair of public buildings or public works.


If your organization works on federally financed construction projects, you must post certain information about employee rights under the Davis-Bacon Act. This posting contains specifics about minimum wage, overtime, the use of apprentices, and more.


Available in English & Spanish


For guidance on language selection, see Product Options tab below.

English-E2200 / Spanish-E2200S

SKU: E2202
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$14.99
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Not sure if your business qualifies as a Federal Contractor?  If you answer yes to any of these questions, you're likely classified as a Federal Contractor.

  •  Does your business receive any federal funding?
  •  Has your business received federal funds under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009?
  •  Does your business work on federally financed construction projects?
  •  Does your business provide goods or services to the federal government?
  •  Is your business contractually obligated to use E-Verify?
  •  Does your business have any contracts with the federal government?

 

Guaranteed Compliance for Federal Contractor Labor Law Postings + Free Notification Service

 

All ComplyRight labor law posters from HRdirect are guaranteed to be up-to-date at the time of shipment and to meet the exact requirements set by the issuing government agencies – down to the precise colors, type fonts and size specifications.

 

When you buy any of our labor law posters, you can enroll in our free Poster Change Notification Service, and automatically receive our monthly email notification of mandatory posting changes. Then you'll have the choice to update only the posters you need or, stop worrying about keeping up with posting changes altogether – choose Poster Guard® Compliance Protection instead. See the “Alternate Products” tab for details or learn more at PosterTracker.com.

Not sure if your business qualifies as a Federal Contractor?  If you answer yes to any of these questions, you're likely classified as a Federal Contractor.

  •  Does your business receive any federal funding?
  •  Has your business received federal funds under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009?
  •  Does your business work on federally financed construction projects?
  •  Does your business provide goods or services to the federal government?
  •  Is your business contractually obligated to use E-Verify?
  •  Does your business have any contracts with the federal government?

 

Guaranteed Compliance for Federal Contractor Labor Law Postings + Free Notification Service

 

All ComplyRight labor law posters from HRdirect are guaranteed to be up-to-date at the time of shipment and to meet the exact requirements set by the issuing government agencies – down to the precise colors, type fonts and size specifications.

 

When you buy any of our labor law posters, you can enroll in our free Poster Change Notification Service, and automatically receive our monthly email notification of mandatory posting changes. Then you'll have the choice to update only the posters you need or, stop worrying about keeping up with posting changes altogether – choose Poster Guard® Compliance Protection instead. See the “Alternate Products” tab for details or learn more at PosterTracker.com.

Davis-Bacon Act for Federal Contractors Poster

 

Size: 11” x 17”

Laminated for durability.

Languages

 

To comply fully with federal posting regulations the Federal Minimum Wage Poster for Contractors must be posted in English and any language common to a substantial number of the workers if they are not fluent in English.

  •  Choose the English option if you do not have a substantial number of Spanish-speaking employees who are not proficient in English.
  •  Choose the Spanish option if your English postings are currently up to date and you only need to add or update the Spanish postings.

Note: Federal regulations do not define ‘substantial number.’ For maximum legal protection, we recommend you also display Spanish postings if you have any Spanish-speaking employees who are not proficient in English.

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