Lesia Shannon Kudelka
Communications Director and Ombudsman
Counsel to Office of Communications
State-required posters invoving workplace laws are available free of charge. You do not have to pay for them.
Employers in South Carolina are required to post two employment notices from the South Carolina Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation in a place or places where employees can see them. These posters are: OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health) and the Labor Law Abstract (Payment of Wages, Child Labor, Right-to-Work).
Three other state agencies also require employment postings: the Employment Security Commission's "Workers Pay No Part of the Cost for Job Insurance" (UCI 104) and "If You Become Unemployed (UCI 105); the Workers' Compensation Commission's "Workers Comp Works For You"; and the Human Affairs Commission's "Equal Opportunity is the Law".
You can download current posters on LLR's website.
Also, employers are required to post federal posters. For those posters, contact the U.S. Department of Labor at (803) 765-5981 ext. 6.