Administering Idaho's Workers' Compensation Law


Workers' Compensation Posters (top)

According to Idaho law 72-312, every employer who has obtained workers' compensation insurance is required to post a notice containing the name and address of the surety with whom the employer has secured payment of compensation. You should obtain this poster from the company that sold you your workers' compensation insurance. The Industrial Commission does not provide this poster.

There are no firm rules on exactly what this notice must look like. It is normally printed on an orange or salmon card stock so that it will be noticed. For your convenience, we have included a sample poster to give you an idea of they type of information this poster may contain. The sample is watermarked; as the Commission does not provide this poster, each surety authorized to write workers' compensation in Idaho must create their own poster to provide to their policy holders.

Other Required Posters (top)

Businesses with employees are required to post certain state and federal notices in the work-place. These posters are available without charge. The following is a list of those required by law as well as posters whose placement is optional. A packet of all required posters (except the workers' compensation poster) can be obtained directly from the Idaho Department of Labor.

  • Minimum Wage Poster
  • Unemployment Insurance Benefits Poster
  • Employee Polygraph Protection Act Poster
  • Fair Labor Standards Act Minimum Wage Poster
  • Equal Employment Opportunity Poster
  • Job Safety and Health Protection Poster