2020 Minimum Wage for Daly City, CA

Effective January 1, 2020, the minimum wage rate in Daly City will increase to $13.75 per hour. Daly City Minimum Wage Requirements The updated minimum wage rate of $13.75 per hour applies to all businesses within the geographic boundaries of Daly City and to adult and minor employees who work at least 2 hours or more per week in the city. Retaliation Protections for Employees Under Daly City’s Minimum Wage

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2020 Minimum Wage for Daly City, CA

Effective January 1, 2020, the minimum wage rate in Daly City will increase to $13.75 per hour. Daly City Minimum Wage Requirements The updated minimum wage rate of $13.75 per hour applies to all businesses within the geographic boundaries of Daly City and to adult and minor employees who work at least 2 hours or more per week in the city. Retaliation Protections for Employees Under Daly City’s Minimum Wage

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CA Sexual Harassment Training

In 2018, a new California law went into effect that requires employers with five or more employees to provide training on sexual harassment prevention to all employees: one hour of training for rank-and-file employees and two hours of training to their supervisors. (Previously, California’s sexual harassment training law covered only employers with 50 or more employees.) This training must be provided once every two years.   The initial deadline for

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2020 Minimum Wage for City of Albuquerque

Effective January 1, 2020, employees in the City of Albuquerque, New Mexico, must be paid increased minimum wage and tipped wage rates. This annual adjustment is based on an increase, if any, in the prior calendar year’s Consumer Price Index for urban wage earners and clerical workers in the Western Region. The new minimum wage rates for 2020 are outlined below. 2020 Minimum Wage Adjustment Beginning January 1, 2020, the

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Understanding California's AB 5 Bill

Businesses must make many careful and considered decisions in the wake of California Assembly Bill 5 (“AB 5”), the complex and expansive new law that could drastically disrupt the business landscape in California and throw into doubt the status of millions of its workers, particularly those in the “gig economy.” The new law requires a narrower interpretation of the employee/independent contractor classification test than the decades-old standard, and it potentially

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Paid Time Off Coming Soon to Duluth, Minnesota

  Duluth, Minnesota’s new Earned Sick and Safe Time (ESST) law goes into effect on January 1, 2020. Below we’ve provided some important information about the law for employers and employees. Details of the Earned Sick and Safe Time Law Employer Requirements Under the law, employers with 5 or more workers must provide ESST to all part-time and full-time employees working within Duluth’s city limits. Employees must earn 1 hour

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Workplace Tools & Safety

Are you providing your employees with the right tools and safety procedures at work? No matter which industry your company falls into—whether it’s construction, hospitality, finance, retail, health care, or financial services—it’s important for you to offer your employees the tools they need to do their job. When employees have the right tools, it creates a safer workplace, improves efficiency, and saves money.   Increasing Workplace Safety The Occupational Safety

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South Dakota's Minimum Wage Is Going Up in 2020

Like many other U.S. states, South Dakota’s minimum wage is set to increase on January 1, 2020. The Rushmore State’s minimum wage is adjusted annually based on any increase in the cost of living, as measured by the Consumer Price Index published by the U.S. Department of Labor. As in previous years, the Minimum Wage notice will be included on our South Dakota poster as a courtesy to our customers

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Know Your Labor Laws

While ignorance is bliss, it is never an excuse for not knowing the law. In other words, a court will not care whether an employer understood its legal obligations when deciding whether to impose liability for a violation of the law: the court will find that the employer is responsible for knowing, understanding, and complying with its legal obligations.   Labor Law Violations Where Ignorance of the Law Is Not

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Minimum Wage & Reemployment Changes for Florida

Updated Minimum Wage and Reemployment Assistance Program notices will soon be featured on our Florida poster. Keep reading to find out all the details. Minimum Wage Florida’s minimum wage rate is recalculated every year on September 30, based on the Consumer Price Index. Effective January 1, 2020: The minimum wage will increase to $8.56 per hour. For tipped employees, the minimum wage will increase to $5.54 per hour, plus tips.

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2020 Minimum Wage for City of San Mateo

On January 1, 2020, San Mateo’s minimum wage will increase to $15.38 per hour for all employees who work at least 2 hours per week within the geographic boundaries of the city, including workers under the age of 18.   This annual adjustment to the minimum wage applies to employers who are subject to the City of San Mateo Business License Tax or employers who maintain a business in the

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