2021 Broward County Living Wage Poster

County of Broward, FL Living Wage Poster


The Broward County, Florida Living Wage poster must be displayed at job sites for service contractors and subcontractors subject to the living wage ordinance.


8.5″ x 11″ – laminated both sides.

SKU: 09726

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The 2021 Broward County Living Wage poster describes the current living wage rates and who is required to receive it, providing a list of covered services pursuant to a County service contract. The poster also provides information on sanctions issued for violations of the living wage requirements, and details regarding filing a written complaint.

The Broward County Living Wage Ordinance requires that a specified minimum wage be paid to employees of service contractors and subcontractors who provide covered services pursuant to a County service contract exceeding $100,000 per year, or covered airport services.

Covered services include:

  • Food preparation or distribution
  • Security services
  • Routine maintenance services
  • Repair or finishing services for furniture, fixtures, vehicles, machinery, or equipment
  • Clerical or non-supervisory office work
  • Passenger transportation or parking services
  • Printing and reproduction services
  • Landscaping services

A covered employee or subcontractor has a right to file a written complaint, if he or she believes the service contractor is not complying with the requirements or if he or she is being retaliated against in connection with the filing of a living wage complaint. Employers are banned from discharging, reducing the compensation, or discriminating against an employee or subcontractor for filing a complaint.

Employers subject to the Ordinance are required to post a copy of the living wage rate where it can be easily seen by employees.

Posting Requirements:

The Broward County Living Wage Poster must be displayed at the covered employer’s site of work in a prominent place where it can easily be seen by employees. It must also be posted by the covered employer’s subcontractors in a prominent place at the subcontractor’s premises where paychecks are distributed. (Broward County Code of Ordinances, Sec. 26-102(h))