Alaska Updates OSHA Notice—New Poster Required

A few short weeks ago, we shared the news about Alaska’s new minimum wage rate for 2019 and the required update to our Alaska poster, which has already been shipped out to clients. Well, lo and behold, the state’s Department of Labor & Workforce Development just issued a new version of the AKOSH (Safety & Health) notice, which means that employers in Alaska must now display a new state poster

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Alaska's 2019 Minimum Wage Increase Just Released

Alaska’s new minimum wage rate for 2019 will soon be featured on our updated Alaska poster. While Alaska may be known as The Last Frontier, the state’s Department of Labor and Workforce Development was quick to release the updated Wage and Hour Act notice this year, which has a revision date of October 2018. Minimum Wage Adjustment for 2019 Alaska’s Wage and Hour Act calls for annual minimum wage adjustments

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Minimum Wage and OSHA Updates for Alaska

A few weeks ago, we reported that Alaska’s minimum wage is going up as of January 1, 2018. The state’s Wage and Hour Act notice have just been released, along with an update to the Safety and Health Protection on the Job (AKOSH) notice. Updates to Wage and Hour Act Notice Effective January 1, 2018, the minimum wage rate in Alaska will be $9.84 per hour for nearly all employees

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Alaska’s Minimum Wage Is Going Up

Alaska’s minimum wage updates every January 1 based on inflation. Because the end of the year is almost here, we are keeping a close watch for the state’s updated Wage and Hour Act poster. Updated Minimum Wage Rate for Alaska Effective January 1, 2018, the minimum wage rate in Alaska will increase to $9.84 per hour for nearly all employees in the state. The minimum wage rate does not apply

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Alaska’s Minimum Wage Is Going Up

The end of the year is almost here, and we are keeping a close watch for Alaska’s updated Wage and Hour Act poster. The state’s minimum wage is scheduled to increase January 1, 2017, with annual increases for inflation thereafter. New Minimum Wage Rate for Alaska Effective January 1, 2017, the minimum wage rate in Alaska will increase to $9.80 per hour. Don’t Get Caught Out in the Cold! Be

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Alaska Updates Minimum Wage and AKOSH; New AK Labor Law Poster Required

The latest required changes to the Alaska labor law poster are on the Wage & Hour Act and AKOSH posters. The new Wage & Hour Act poster outlines how the minimum wage increases to $8.75 as of February 24, 2015 and to $9.75 as of January 1, 2016. There is also an expanded list of exceptions to minimum wage and overtime requirements. The AKOSH poster has new information which states that

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Alaska Changes Unemployment Law and Updates Labor Law Poster

Unemployment insurance benefits not only provide economic assistance to workers but also a stabilizing influence on local economies.  In the state of Alaska, unemployment insurance is particularly important since much of the state’s employment is seasonal and because of Alaska’s size and remoteness, according to the Alaska Division of Employment Security.  Unemployment insurance premiums in Alaska are paid by both employers and employees, although employers pay a much higher percentage. 

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