The Employee Rights Under H-2B Poster describes the provisions of the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA), which allows for the employment of temporary non-immigrant workers in non-agricultural industries. Employee Rights Under H-2B applies to workers working under a H-2B visa and other workers performing substantially the same work included in the H-2B job order or substantially the same work as the H-2B workers.
The Employee Rights Under H-2B Poster covers employer disclosure requirements, wage and pay statement requirements, transportation and visa expenses, and other provisions of INA. The poster also displays information on how to file a confidential complaint with the U.S. Department of Labor – Wage and Hour Division.
Industries that commonly use H-2B temporary and seasonal workers include:
- Hotel and hospitality
- Amusement parks and ski resorts
Posting Requirement for the Employee Rights Under H-2B Poster
Every employer of a H-2B worker must post the Employee Rights Under H-2B Poster in a conspicuous location at the place of employment. It must be posted in English and in any language common to a significant portion of the workers if they are not fluent in English. (23 C.F.R. 503.16(m)).
CPC carries this poster in English (#74822) and in a bilingual English/Spanish format (#74805).