What’s the penalty for not having a current city or county minimum wage poster?
Penalty amounts may vary between cities and counties. It’s important to remember that your company is required by law to maintain proper compliance posters. Another consideration is that a disgruntled employee may take legal action to resolve an issue, and whether or not the company’s posters are up-to-date may reflect on the proceedings.
New Salary History and Minimum Wage Posters for San Francisco Businesses
The San Francisco Office of Labor Standards Enforcement (OLSE) just released a notice for the city’s new Consideration of Salary History Ordinance, as well as an update to the minimum wage notice. Keep reading to learn about the current and future changes in store for San Francisco employers and employees. What’s Happening in the City by the Bay? Consideration of Salary History Ordinance On July 1, 2017, San Francisco’s Board
What’s the penalty for not having a current state or federal minimum wage poster?
Penalty amounts may change from state to state. It’s important to remember that your company is required by law to maintain proper compliance posters. Another consideration is that a disgruntled employee may take legal action to resolve an issue, and whether or not the company’s posters are up-to-date may reflect on the proceedings.
Colorado Releases 2018 Minimum Wage Poster
As we reported a few weeks ago, employees in Colorado will receive a minimum wage increase effective January 1, 2018. We are pleased to report that Colorado’s Department of Labor and Employment just released the new minimum wage notice: Colorado Minimum Wage Order 34. We are currently working to get our updated Colorado poster out to clients as soon as possible. Details of the Minimum Wage Update On January 1,
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On the Lookout for Colorado’s 2018 Minimum Wage Poster
Things are looking up for employees in the “mile-high” state, who will soon see a minimum wage increase effective January 1, 2018. Colorado’s minimum wage law calls for increases of $1.00 every January 1, until the wage rate reaches $12.00 in 2020. Thereafter, annual adjustments will be based on the cost of living. Details of the Minimum Wage Update On January 1, 2018, Colorado’s minimum wage will increase to $10.20
New Minimum Wage Poster for San Francisco
The City of San Francisco just released an updated Minimum Wage poster, which reflects new wages effective July 1, 2017. What’s New for Workers in the City by the Bay? The Minimum Wage poster has a new look in addition to updated wages. But as noted on the city’s previous poster, the minimum wage requirement still applies to adult and minor employees who work two or more hours per week.
A New Paid Sick Leave Law for Chicago — Plus Updated Minimum Wage Poster
The City of Chicago just released a poster for its new Paid Sick Leave Ordinance, which has an effective date of July 1, 2017. Plus, the city released an updated Minimum Wage poster, showing wage information from July 1, 2017 through July 1, 2020. Keep reading to find out what’s happening in the Windy City! Details of the Paid Sick Leave Poster As of July 1, 2017, employers who maintain
Hear Ye, Hear Ye, Oregon’s New Minimum Wage Poster Has Just Been Issued
Oregon’s new minimum wage poster provides three minimum wage rates based on an employer’s geographic location. These rates take effect July 1, 2017. The poster also includes new information about the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC). Navigating the Regions for Oregon’s Minimum Wage In addition to the Standard minimum wage rate, there is a separate rate for employers in the Portland Metro area (referred to as an urban growth boundary),