State & Federal Compliance Posters

The Employer Poster must be posted in a conspicuous location in the workplace where all employees and applicants can see it. Save time and money with all 16 California and federal notices on one poster, which every California business is required to post.

Spanish posters are required for employers with employees who speak and read only Spanish. Your city or local government might also have additional posting requirements. Check with your local municipal or county government office for specific requirements in your area.

Options include English or Spanish, laminated or non-laminated. Poster size is 28″x 39″, which easily fits on a door, in a break room, or a main hallway. 

Discounted pricing available for CHLA/CABBI members.

Posters can be ordered through the CHLA Online Store. Members must be logged in to get discounted pricing.

CHLA Lodging News Magazine

California Lodging News Magazine Archive

CHLA publishes the quarterly magazine California Lodging News. This magazine is distributed to all members bi-monthly. Click the button below to view recent issues. (member login required)

Issues published prior to January 2022 are available upon request – please email to request a specific issue.

Interested in Advertising?

California Lodging News is the official bi-monthly magazine of the California Hotel & Lodging Association. With an estimated readership of 9,000 viewers per issue, your advertising will reach members of a booming industry in California—all of which are the owners, presidents, and key decision makers of their respective companies. Click here to view a past issue of our magazine.

Reserve Your Space Today! Contact Marcia Bakst at or call 503-445-2221.

Please email any and all articles for consideration to Jesse Geremia

CHLA Recommended Publications

The below publications provide important legal information, including details about labor laws, the Americans with Disabilities Act, and employment issues for California businesses and employers. They are all available from outside retailers, linked below.

ADA-in-details_0.pngADA in Details: Interpreting the 2010 Americans with Disabilities Act Standards for Accessible Design – Provides visual interpretations of the ADA Standards for Accessible Design in a user-friendly format packed with practical design details. The book is available for purchase on Amazon.

Wage & Hour Manual – Provides a concise, practical guide to all wage and hour issues and an explanation of some of the common pitfalls that can cause substantial or recurring liability for employers. Available from Castle Publications.

Employee-Handbook_400x600_v2_0.jpgEmployee Handbook and Personnel Policies Manual – A guide to developing personnel policies providing you with useful information on preparing your own employee handbook. Available from Castle Publications. 

Employment-Discrimination_400x600_v2_0.jpgEmployment Discrimination and EEO Practice Manual – Identifies and discusses many areas within the vast body of civil rights and handicapped laws that have caused employers liability in the past. Available from Castle Publications. 

Wrongful-Discharge_400x600_v3_0.jpgWrongful Discharge, Staff Reduction and Employment Practices Manual – A comprehensive, practical guide to all of the troublesome aspects of wrongful discharge claims and many other employment issues. Topics include “at will” employment, negligent hiring and retention, how to administer disciplinary actions, performance evaluations and lay-offs. Available from Castle Publications.

Disabilities-Act_400x600_v2_0.jpgEmployer’s Guide to the Americans with Disabilities Act (Third Edition) – This 60-page manual provides concise, practical information for employers regarding Title I of the ADA, and it answers your questions on this topic. It also addresses the interrelationship of the ADA with other federal and state disability discrimination laws. Available from Castle Publications.

Fam-and-Medical_400x600_v2_0.jpgFamily and Medical Leave Manual for California Employers – This publication guides employers through the complicated web of rules created by the federal Family and Medical Leave Act of 1993. It examines the key features of the state and federal laws as well as providing sample forms and checklists. Available from Castle Publications.