Introduction to Required Workplace Notices

As a New Jersey employer and federal contractor, Princeton University is required by state and federal law to display certain notices in the workplace to inform employees of their legal rights. Some state laws also require the University to distribute to each employee, by e-mail or otherwise, certain notices, also to inform employees of their rights. The University complies with these requirements by:

  1. displaying notices in the Human Resources office at New South, 2nd Floor, as this is the single location on campus where all employees visit at the start of their employment and where most employees visit when they have a question or concern relating to their employment;
  2. maintaining on the HR website a list of all state and federal workplace notices that may be accessed by employees at any time and periodically sending out reminders to employees of this HR website;
  3. creating links to this HR website from other University websites, including the Office of the Dean of the Faculty, the Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory, the Ombuds Office, the Office of Audit and Compliance and the Office of Insitutional Equity and Diversity; and
  4. e-mailing to employees those notices that must be sent to them individually; employees without work e-mail access are provided a hard copy of these notices.
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Employees who have questions should e-mail HR, call us at 8-3300 or visit our office at 2 New South during business hours.