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If the employees report to the main office headquarters each morning, and then go off to work at our different work-site locations, do the employer have to post the federal posters at all of those other work-site locations?

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Answered by Rachel Green
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posters for employees

Yes. A contractor must post a notice where employees engage in activities related to the 
performance of a government contract. The Executive Order 13496 notice requires contractors and 
subcontractors to post the notice conspicuously in and about their plants and offices, including all 
places where notices to employees are customarily posted both physically and electronically. 
Additionally, if employees not engaged in the performance of the federal contract or subcontract work 
in the same plant or office as contract-related employees, then that plant or office must post the notice. 
  
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