Federal & state posters are required to be displayed in all Cornell workplaces.
Posters must be displayed in a conspicuous place where other notifications of workplace rights and employer rules and policies are posted so that employees can readily find and read them at wheelchair height.
Note: Be sure to check the "Posters that might be required in your workplace" heading below for additional posters that may be required.
These posters provide important information regarding your rights under federal and New York State law. If you have questions, please contact the Workforce Policy and Labor Relations office.
The posters may be downloaded in printable sets by clicking on these links:
Download combined PDF with all federal letter-size posters
Download combined PDF with all federal legal-size posters
Download combined PDF with all New York State posters
More information about posting details and links to individual posters can be found below.
The following posters can be printed on 8½ x 11 inch paper.
This poster is to be posted with the EEO Supplement and Pay Transparency Nondiscrimination Provision.
Please print these posters on 8½ x 14 inch paper.
Construction Contracts/ Public Works
- Employee Rights Under the Davis-Bacon Act (pdf): Any contractor/subcontractor engaged in contracts in excess of $2,000 for the actual construction, alteration/repair of a public building or public work or building or work financed in whole or in part from federal funds, federal guarantee, or federal must post this notice at the site of the work in a prominent and accessible place.
Applicants for Employment and Employees working on Federal Contract with E-Verify Clause
These notices are to be posted where visible to prospective employees and to employees hired working on a federal contract with a FAR e-verify clause.
Recipients of U.S. Department of Agriculture (“USDA”) Funding
Units employing Minors
- Minor Employee Working Schedule: Units employing minor employees (under 18) must post the work schedule (days, hours, start and end times, meal breaks) of the minor employees and post in a conspicuous place.
National Aeronautic and Space Administration (“NASA”) Funding
NASA-funded Programs and Activities: If your program or activity receives NASA funding, you are required to:
- Provide individualized copies of the poster and brochures (see links below) to the deans, chairs, and faculty receiving funding from NASA, especially principle investigators on NASA grants
- Place printed copies of the poster and the brochures in the common areas in program buildings for those programs and activities receiving NASA funding so that beneficiaries may learn more about their rights to equal opportunity in STEM programs
- Ensure that the links to the poster and brochure are placed on the websites for the programs and activities receiving NASA funding
OPTIONAL POSTER: National Disability Employment Awareness Month