Labor Law Poster Scams

The labor law poster industry is using scare tactics to get your business. All employers are required by law to display state and federal labor law posters, and it can be a challenge to keep the information up to date. The labor law poster industry uses tactics such as letters and phone calls that appear to come from a government agency threatening severe fines and penalties for non-compliance. A "Final Notice" says a fee is due. Another letter threatens "Suspension of Coverage."

DON'T BE TRICKED BY AGRESSIVE SALES TACTICS! All state and federal labor law posters are available for free from the United States Department of Labor and the State of Alaska Department of Labor and Workforce Development, but the AMLJIA has a better solution for our members. Call 1-800-337-3682 or email to learn how the AMLJIA can keep your labor law posters compliant at no cost to you!


News and Updates

Online Coverage Change Requests - The AMLJIA is making change a little easier with online coverage change request forms, available now in the Members Area.


Event Highlights

AML Summer Legislative Conference

The Summer Legislative Conference will be held in Denali Borough on August 21-24, 2018. For making travel arrangements, the mayors and managers will beet all day Wednesday, August 22, and the AML Legislative Conference will be all day Thursday, August 23. For conference registration, meeting agendas, and travel information, click here.

Alaska School Safety and Well-Being Summit

DEED will be hosting a comprehensive statewide School Safety & Well-Being Summit, September 18-19, 2018 at the Egan Center in Anchorage. Each district will be provided funding up to $4300 to bring in a team that may include administrators, teachers, school counselors, parents, students, community members, and school board members. DEED has planned the Summit to accommodate teams of up to six from each district. More information to come. DEED Contact: Sharon Fishel,

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