San Francisco Mobile Poster Pak

San Francisco, CA Mobile Poster Pak™ Add-on


Employers who are required to be licensed to operate within the City of San Francisco or who employ the required number of employees, must provide their employees with notices of the laws that apply to their employment.

8.5″ x 11″ – MPP add-on.

SKU: 05043

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San Francisco Mobile Poster Pak Add-on Description

The San Francisco Mobile Poster Pak Add-on supplements your California Mobile Poster Pak™ with each of San Francisco’s required labor law notices.  The San Francisco Mobile Poster Pak Add-on includes current versions of the following postings:

  • San Francisco Minimum Wage
  • City & County of San Francisco Paid Sick Leave
  • Current Health Care Security Ordinance
  • Family Friendly Workplace Ordinance
  • Fair Chance Ordinance
  • San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance for City  Contractors and Subcontractors
  • City & County of San Francisco Paid Parental Leave Ordinance
  • Formula Retail Employee Rights Ordinances
  • City & County of San Francisco Consideration of Salary History

Notices are provided in each of the required language formats.

Employers’ Notice Obligations

In general, employers who have a San Francisco facility, have a city business license, or have employees who work within city limits, must provide employees with these notices.  Certain notices apply to all employers and others apply to employers of a certain size.  San Francisco laws cover employees who work the required number of hours within city limits.

For information about applicability and notice requirements for specific laws, please visit the workplace poster of:

This product is ideal for remote workers who work at temporary work sites, travel between locations, move between departments or who work from home. The California Mobile Poster Pak with the additional San Francisco notices may be provided to applicants during the interview process for their review.

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