Minimum Wage Increase for Vermont Employees

The State of Vermont is known for many things, among them maple syrup and maple sugar. Well, things are getting sweeter for Vermont employees, because the state’s 2019 minimum wage increase will soon be in effect. Details of the 2019 Minimum Wage New Minimum Wage Rates Starting January 1, 2019, Vermont’s minimum wage rate will increase annually by 5% or the percentage increase of the Consumer Price Index. In 2019,

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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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Vermont’s Pregnancy Accommodation Poster Is Now Available

A few months ago, we reported on Vermont’s new pregnancy accommodation law—An Act Relating to Accommodations for Pregnant Employees—which went into effect on January 1, 2018. The poster has just been released by the state’s Department of Labor, and we will be sending the updated Vermont poster out to customers very soon. What Employers & Employees Need to Know Under the law, an employer is required to provide reasonable accommodation

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New Pregnancy Accommodation Law for Vermont

In May of 2017, Vermont’s governor signed a new law, An Act Relating to Accommodations for Pregnant Employees, which goes into effect on January 1, 2018. The law includes a workplace posting requirement. No pregnant pause here—details of this law are outlined below. What Employers & Employees Need to Know Under the law, an employer is required to provide a reasonable accommodation for an employee’s pregnancy-related condition—unless this would impose

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New Vermont Labor Law Poster Required

Earlier this year, Vermont passed the new Earned Sick Time law, which goes into effect January 1, 2017. The law provides employees a certain number of hours of paid sick leave per year. The state has not yet released the required poster, but we are keeping a close watch for its arrival. About the Earned Sick Time Law Under the law, employees are provided up to 24 hours of paid

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Vermont, A Little State With A Lot of Changes

Vermont may not have roadside billboards but they do have mandatory compliance poster requirements. From Vermont – the land of Green Mountains, maple syrup, wonderful dairies and beautiful marble –  we have a new change to the mandatory labor posters. The newest revision to the Vermont compliance posters is to its Reinstatement Rights: – Clarifies which employers are covered (and which aren’t) – Also, to be rehired a worker must recover from

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Vermont Updates Reinstatement Rights Poster; New VT Labor Law Posters Required

The latest required change to the Vermont labor law poster is on the Reinstatement Rights poster. There is new information on the poster about which employers are covered under the law. Additionally, there is clarification that a worker must recover from an injury within two years of the onset of the disability in order to be rehired. We are publishing an updated VT poster with this latest change. For more

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Vermont Increases Minimum Wage for 2014; New VT Labor Law Poster Required

The Vermont Department of Labor has announced that the minimum wage will increase from $8.60 to $8.73 per hour as of Jan. 1, 2014.  (The minimum wage rate is adjusted for inflation every January 1.) The basic wage rate for tipped employees also increases Jan. 1 from $4.17 to $4.23 per hour, and the maximum tip credit allowed increases from $4.43 to $4.50 per hour. We are publishing an updated

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Vermont Updates Unemployment Poster; New VT Labor Law Poster Required

The latest required change to the Vermont labor law poster is on the Unemployment Insurance poster. The updated poster includes new information about free professional help offered by Career Resource Centers.  New Career Resource Center locations have also been added. We are publishing an updated VT state poster with this latest change.  For more information about the Vermont labor law poster or to learn more about our OneSystem 1-Year Compliance

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Vermont Raises Minimum Wage for 2013; New VT Labor Law Poster Required

The Vermont Department of Labor has announced that the minimum wage will increase from $8.46 to $8.60 per hour as of Jan. 1, 2013.  (The minimum wage rate is adjusted for inflation every January 1.) The basic wage rate for tipped employees also increases Jan. 1 from $4.10 to $4.17 per hour, and the maximum tip credit allowed increases from $4.36 to $4.52 an hour. The notice has a revision date of

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