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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Minimum Wage on the Rise in Chicago and Cook County, IL

The City of Chicago and Cook County have released Minimum Wage notices that reflect new wage rates effective July 1, 2019. What’s Changing in Chicago and Cook County? New Minimum Wage & Tipped Wage Rates Effective July 1, 2019: In Chicago, the minimum wage increases to $13.00 per hour and the tipped wage increases to $6.40 per hour. In Cook County, the minimum wage increases to $12.00 per hour and

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Minimum Wage Updates for Montgomery Co. & Prince George's Co., MD

As of July 1, 2019, employers in Montgomery County are subject to a minimum wage increase. The updated Minimum Wage notice, which now has a revision date of 6/2019 (previously 5/2019), includes wage rates for 2019 and 2020 based on the size of an employer’s business. While the minimum wage in Prince George’s County won’t be increasing until January 1, 2021, new information has been added to the Minimum Wage

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Earned Sick Leave Law in Westchester County, NY

As of April 10, 2019, certain employers in Westchester County must comply with the new Earned Sick Leave Law. The Earned Sick Leave (ESL) notice states that employers with 5 or more employees in Westchester County must provide paid sick leave. Need-to-Know Info for Employers and Employees Who Is Covered Under the Law? The Earned Sick Leave Law applies to all full-time and part-time employees who work more than 80

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July 1 Minimum Wage Changes

On July 1 minimum wage will be changing in multiple cities and multiple states. There are also a few other changes that happen to be landing on July 1. Depending on where you are, this could have major changes in your business. Read on for the full breakdown of all the changes we know are coming so far.    State Posters Minimum Wage Rates already set for July 1 New

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Minimum Wage Increase for Businesses in San Leandro CA

On July 1, 2019, all businesses or non-profits in the City of San Leandro are subject to a minimum wage increase, regardless of the number of employees. San Leandro’s City Council passed a Minimum Wage Ordinance in September 2016, requiring stepped increases to $15.00 over a 4-year period beginning July 1, 2017. The San Leandro Minimum Wage notice features wage rates through July 1, 2020. New and Future Minimum Wage

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Minimum Wage Increase Coming Soon to Alameda, CA

On October 2, 2018, the Alameda City Council passed a new Minimum Wage Ordinance calling for stepped minimum wage increases to $15.00 per hour. The new Minimum Wage notice is now available and must be posted in the top 5 languages spoken by residents of the city, as determined by the City Manager. These languages are currently English, Chinese, Korean, Spanish, and Vietnamese. Details of Alameda’s Minimum Wage Ordinance Minimum

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New Minimum Wage Ordinance for Fremont, CA

On February 5, 2019, the Fremont City Council approved the new Fremont Minimum Wage Ordinance, which will increase the city’s minimum wage to $15.00 per hour two years earlier than the state law. Requirements of the Minimum Wage Ordinance The minimum wage requirements apply to all employees who perform work within the City of Fremont, including part-time and full-time workers. Employers should note that tips may not be counted toward

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New Workers' Comp Requirement for Florida Employers

Florida’s Division of Workers’ Compensation has released a new Workers’ Comp Works For You notice, which has a posting requirement. All employers who secure the payment of workers’ compensation are required to post the new notice in their workplaces. History of the Workers’ Compensation Notice Here’s some history on the Workers’ Comp Works for You (a.k.a. “Broken Arm”) notice, which was on our poster several years ago. In December 2009,

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California DFEH Updates Family Care and Medical Leave Notice

California’s Department of Fair Employment and Housing (DFEH) has just issued an update to the Family Care and Medical Leave notice, which has a revision date of March 2019. This long-awaited update includes information on the New Parent Leave Act (NPLA), which went into effect on Jan. 1, 2018, as well as new details of the California Family Rights Act of 1993 (CFRA). Update to California Family Rights Act Leave 

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July 1 Minimum Wage Increase for City of Los Angeles

As of July 1, 2019, employers in the City of Los Angeles must pay their employees an increased minimum wage, in accordance with the city’s Minimum Wage Ordinance. Details of the Minimum Wage Minimum Wage Requirements Under the ordinance, City of Los Angeles employers are subject to annual minimum wage adjustments every July 1, with different rates based on employer size and certain other factors. Beginning July 1, 2019, the

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