New Minimum Wage for City of Los Altos in 2020

Effective January 1, 2020, employers in Los Altos, California, must pay their employees a minimum wage of $15.40 per hour. Minimum Wage Update for Los Altos MINIMUM WAGE NOTICE Beginning January 1, 2020, and annually thereafter, the minimum wage in Los Altos will be adjusted based on the U.S. Department of Labor’s Regional Consumer Price Index. As stated on the Minimum Wage notice, the new minimum wage rate of $15.40

Learn more

New Minimum Wage for City of Los Altos in 2020

Effective January 1, 2020, employers in Los Altos, California, must pay their employees a minimum wage of $15.40 per hour. Minimum Wage Update for Los Altos MINIMUM WAGE NOTICE Beginning January 1, 2020, and annually thereafter, the minimum wage in Los Altos will be adjusted based on the U.S. Department of Labor’s Regional Consumer Price Index. As stated on the Minimum Wage notice, the new minimum wage rate of $15.40

Learn more

Yet Another Labor Law Change for Nevada

This will come as no surprise to employers in Nevada—there’s been another labor law change for the Silver State. This time, the Workers’ Compensation notice has been updated and has a new revision date of 11/19. What’s New for Workers’ Comp? The updated Workers’ Compensation notice includes new information on whether an employer is required to obtain industrial insurance and whether an employee is covered under the law. In particular,

Learn more

Safe Time Leave Law for Westchester County, NY

Effective October 30, 2019, covered employers in Westchester County, New York, must comply with a new Safe Time Leave Law. What Employers and Employees Need to Know Who Is Covered Under the Safe Time Leave Law? In general, the Safe Time Leave (STL) Law applies to all full-time and part-time employees who work more than 90 days in a year for a covered employer in Westchester County. In particular, the

Learn more

Attention California: Independent Contractors May Become Employees in 2020

California businesses that rely on independent contractors for their workforce face significant compliance changes and challenges after the passage of California Assembly Bill 5 (“AB 5”), which codified the California Supreme Court’s Dynamex decision and is set to take effect on January 1, 2020. Essentially, AB 5 makes it more difficult for companies to label workers as independent contractors because the presumption is that a worker is an employee, not

Learn more

Equal Pay for Equal Work Revision for Maryland

What’s Changing in the State of Maryland? Those busy bees at Maryland’s Department of Labor have added important information for employers to the state’s Equal Pay for Equal Work law. All Maryland employers are required to post the updated Equal Pay for Equal Work notice with a revision date of 10/2019 in their workplaces. New Information for Employers Even employers who are familiar with the very long Equal Pay for

Learn more

Why Do Age Discrimination Laws Only Protect Those Over Age 40?

The Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA) is one of several federal labor laws that prohibit discrimination in the workplace. The ADEA, as its name implies, prohibits employers from firing, refusing to hire, or otherwise discriminating against employees because of their age. But the ADEA doesn’t protect everyone from discrimination based on age—only employees who are 40 years old or older. Fortunately for younger folks, some states do offer broader

Learn more

Minimum Wage Increase for Sunnyvale in 2020

Things are getting sunnier for employees in the City of Sunnyvale, California. As of January 1, 2020, the minimum wage in Sunnyvale is going up, and the three notices on the city’s poster must be updated. Minimum Wage Requirements Annual Increase for 2020 Every January 1, the City of Sunnyvale’s minimum wage will be adjusted based on the U.S. Department of Labor’s Bay Area Consumer Price Index. Effective January 1,

Learn more

My Employee Worked Off the Clock. What Do I Owe?

In the digital era, it’s easy for employees to work anytime, anywhere. Tools like smartphones, laptops, and tablets all help to boost employee productivity, however, they can also ride a delicate line concerning employee hours and wages. Employees who work off the clock, for example, may claim that they should be compensated for the time they spend checking and responding to email or voicemail, not to mention performing a host

Learn more

Minimum Wage Increase in 2020 for Cupertino, CA

Starting January 1, 2020, the minimum wage in the City of Cupertino will be adjusted each year, based on the U.S. Department of Labor’s Regional Consumer Price Index. The City of Cupertino has issued an updated Minimum Wage notice with an effective date of January 1, 2020. However, the 2019 Minimum Wage notice must remain posted through December 31st.    Annual Minimum Wage Adjustment This first annual adjustment will increase

Learn more

Is Your Company Breaking These 4 Labor Laws?

Business owners must comply with a variety of federal labor laws. Though many small business owners think that these laws only apply to large corporations, many federal labor laws apply the moment that a business hires its first employee. Companies that violate labor laws may face fines, lawsuits, or even criminal prosecution.   Read on for an overview of four federal labor laws that every business should know and follow.

Learn more

Find out which posters you need, quickly and easily

or

or