There is no posting notice requirement for standard Workers’ Compensation coverage.However, for agricultural operations, there are two situations (listed below) when a notice must be given.
Notice must be given if the agricultural operations currently provide coverage, but returns to exempt status or terminates coverage, it must post a written notice stating so and the date the coverage will end. The notice must be in a conspicuous place and posted for at least 90 days. After 90 days, the employer may then cancel the Workers’ Compensation policy.
An agricultural operation may volunteer to provide Workers’ Compensation for its employees. If they elect NOT to provide Workers’ Compensation, they must give all unrelated employees written notice at the time of hiring that they will not be covered by the act. The notice must state: “In this employment you will not be covered by the Nebraska Workers’ Compensation Act and you will be compensated under the act if you are injured on the job or suffer an occupational disease. You should plan accordingly.”