Various laws require employers to display employment-related posters in the workplace. These posters are typically available at no cost and can be downloaded and printed.
An online version of the Especially for Texas Employers handbook. We also have these available in print at our office.
Find information for employers about employment discrimination and complaints that TWC handles, plus payday, child labor, and minimum wage requirements, complaint procedures, deadlines and more.
A brief description of many of DOL’s principal statutes most commonly applicable to businesses, job seekers, workers, retirees, contractors, and grantees.
Under the laws enforced by EEOC, it is illegal to discriminate against someone (applicant or employee) because of that person’s race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy), national origin, age (40 or older), disability or genetic information.
Texas Payday Law covers all Texas business entities, regardless of size, except public employers.
The Wage and Hour Division is committed to providing employers with the tools they need to operate in compliance with the variety of labor laws enforced by the Division.
Employment Eligibility Verification
Employers must comply with the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986. They must verify employment eligibility of all applicants actually hired. The identity of the applicant and the applicant’s authorization to work must be established. Once documents are verified, a Form I-9 must be filled out. It is preferable that copies of the verifying documents be made.
Federal and state law requires employers to report new hires and rehires within 20 calendar days from the date in which the employee starts earning wages. Information received from employers is entered into a statewide registry and then transmitted to the National Directory of New Hires.