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City Minimum Wages on the Rise in New Mexico

Every January 1, the City of Albuquerque, the City of Las Cruces, and Unincorporated Bernalillo County are subject to a minimum wage update. However, Bernalillo County’s Minimum Wage notice is not typically available until roughly 2 months after the first of the year, so we’ll be reporting on that at a much later date. For now, keep reading to find out what’s new in Albuquerque and Las Cruces, whose Minimum

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2019 Minimum Wage Updates in California Cities—Part 2!

Since our last blog about CA city minimum wages, the City of Cupertino and the City of Richmond have issued their new minimum wage notices, outlining increases effective January 1, 2019. We are continuing to meet our goal of quickly getting updated city posters out to our clients. Minimum Wage Increases for 2019 Cupertino As of January 1, 2019, the minimum wage in Cupertino will be $15.00 per hour for

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Florida’s 2019 Minimum Wage Notice Now Available

It’s that time of year again, when many U.S. states issue new minimum wage rates and the associated workplace notices for the coming year. Florida has the distinction of being the third state to issue its 2019 Minimum Wage notice, following closely behind Delaware and Ohio. Details of the 2019 Minimum Wage On September 30 of each year, Florida’s minimum wage rate is recalculated based on the percentage increase in

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Workers' Compensation Update for Wyoming

The State of Wyoming recently issued an update to the Workers’ Compensation Act notice. You know what this means, don’t you? Our customers in Wyoming will soon be getting a new labor law poster for their workplaces that reflects this change. What’s Up with Workers’ Compensation? The language about extra-hazardous and non-hazardous industries on the Workers’ Compensation Act notice has been updated and provides more clarity. The notice now states

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Ohio Releases 2019 Minimum Wage Notice

Effective January 1, 2019, the minimum wage in Ohio will be on the rise, based on the state’s annual adjustment for inflation. The Ohio Department of Commerce has issued the updated Minimum Wage notice, which has a new revision date of September 30, 2018. The only changes to the notice are the new wage rates for 2019, but for those of you who may be unfamiliar with Ohio’s minimum wage

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Delaware Updates Minimum Wage and Discrimination Laws

Effective January 1, 2019, Delaware’s minimum wage is going up, the state’s new youth & training minimum wage goes into effect, and new requirements related to unlawful sexual harassment will be enforced. Wow! There’s a lot going on in Delaware, but our customers can rest easy because the new state poster will soon be on its way to their places of business. In the meantime, here’s some information that all

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2019 Minimum Wage Updates in California Cities—Part 1!

We are happy to report that several cities in California have already issued their 2019 minimum wage notices with increases effective January 1, 2019. We are hard at work cranking out city posters for our clients in the following cities: Belmont El Cerrito Redwood City San Diego San Mateo Details of the 2019 Minimum Wage Changes Belmont Beginning January 1, 2019, employers who are subject to the City of Belmont

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New Sexual Harassment & Crime Victims Notices for Vermont

Based on new and updated laws, employers in Vermont are required to post two new workplace notices: Employment Protections for Victims of Crime and Sexual Harassment Is Illegal. While both laws went into effect on July 1, 2018, the notice regarding sexual harassment was not released by the state’s Department of Labor until this week. Have no fear, we are currently working to get the updated Vermont poster out to

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Update to New Mexico's Minimum Wage Act

The New Mexico Department of Workforce Solutions (DWS) has released an update to the Minimum Wage Act notice, which includes important information for both employees and employers. Before we share all the details, please note that New Mexico’s minimum wage has not been increased—it is still $7.50 per hour. What’s New for Employees and Employers? Employees Who Receive Tips The updated notice states that if employees’ tips plus the hourly

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Where Do I Hang the Compliance Posters?

Why do I have to post labor law posters? This is a popular question regarding labor law posting requirements. The simple answer is: Because you’re mandated by law to post them. This applies to all businesses with employees on payroll, unless the employee is your spouse. How can I find out which posters need to be displayed in my workplace? You can learn which posters are required for your business

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