The following documents are required by applicable law and provide important information regarding your rights as an employee.
- Drug-Free Workplace Act
- Pennsylvania Minimum Wage Law
- Abstract of Equal Pay Law
- Pennsylvania Right to Know Law
- Unemployment Compensation
- Pennsylvania Workers’ Compensation Insurance
- Employment Provisions of the Pennsylvania Human Relations Act
- Equal Employment Opportunity is The Law (EEO)
- Employee Polygraph Protection Act Notice (EEPA)
- Employee Rights Under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA)
- Job Safety and Health: It’s the Law – Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSHA)
- Employee Rights and Responsibilities Under The Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA)
- Pay Transparency Nondiscrimination Provision (OFCCP – Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs)
- Your Rights Under USERRA
- Employee Rights on Government Contracts (Department of Labor)
- Whistleblower Laws
- This Organization Participates in E-Verify
- Pennsylvania's Policy on Substance Abuse in the Workplace
- Workplace Violence
- If You Have The Right To Work
- The Fair Criminal Records Screening Standards Ordinance (“Ban the Box”)
- COVID-19 Pandemic Paid Sick Leave Notice to Employees
- Philadelphia Wage Theft Complaints
- Wrongful Discharge from Parking Employment
Philadelphia Domestic Abuse Leave
The Philadelphia Domestic Abuse Leave Ordinance (PDAL) allows eligible employees who are victims or whose qualifying family members are victims of domestic abuse, sexual assault or stalking to take up to eight (8) weeks of unpaid leave during a single 12-month period to receive applicable victim support services. Learn more about Philadelphia domestic abuse leave.
Philadelphia Sick Leave
Promoting Healthy Families and Workplaces Ordinance aka the Philadelphia Sick Leave Law requires an employer located within the city of Philadelphia to provide eligible nonbargaining employees with up to 40 hours or five (5) days of sick leave time during the year. Learn more about Philadelphia sick leave.
Philadelphia Pregnancy Leave
The Philadelphia Pregnancy Leave Law requires employers in the city of Philadelphia to provide eligible employees reasonable accommodation for needs and medical conditions resulting from pregnancy and childbirth, as long as the accommodation does not pose an undue hardship to the employer. Learn more about Philadelphia pregnancy leave.
Protecting Retirement and Health Benefits after Job Loss (COBRA)
The Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act of 1985, commonly called COBRA, enables eligible employees who terminate employment for any reason other than gross misconduct to continue their health insurance plan coverage with Temple University. Learn more about COBRA.
For questions regarding the required workplace postings, call 215-204-7174.