New Payment Options Added to Michigan Employment Security Act Poster

An updated Michigan Employment Security Act poster has new options for receiving unemployment benefits that include a debit card or direct deposit payment into a recipient’s checking or savings account. In addition, the mandatory labor law poster issued by the Michigan Department of Labor & Economic Growth now states that workers must be both qualified and eligible to receive unemployment benefits. The previous Michigan labor law poster said only that workers

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New Minimum Wage Included in Updated Florida Labor Law Poster

An updated Florida labor law poster includes an increase in the state’s minimum wage from $6.79 per hour to $7.21 per hour effective Jan. 1, 2009 through July 23, 2009. Florida’s minimum wage is recalculated each year based on the Consumer Price Index. On July 24, 2009, the new federal minimum wage of $7.25 per hour will replace Florida’s minimum wage. The mandatory Florida labor law poster also includes an

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New Minimum Wage Rates Included in Revised Connecticut Labor Law Poster

A revised labor law poster issued by the Connecticut Department of Labor includes an increase in the Connecticut minimum wage from $7.65 per hour to $8 per hour effective Jan. 1, 2009. The mandatory Connecticut labor law poster also includes a second increase in the Connecticut minimum wage to $8.25 per hour effective Jan. 1, 2010. The minimum wage increases are the result of a new state law passed earlier this

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New Minimum Wage Included in Revised Vermont Labor Law Poster

A revised Vermont labor law poster includes an increase in the Vermont minimum wage from $7.68 per hour to $8.06 per hour effective Jan. 1, 2009. The minimum wage for tipped employees in Vermont will also increase on Jan. 1 – from $3.72 per hour to $3.91 per hour. The maximum tip credit allowed will increase from $3.96 per hour to $4.15 per hour. The mandatory Vermont labor law poster also

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Kansas Issues Revised Unemployment Insurance Poster With New Automated Phone System

A revised Unemployment Insurance poster issued by the Kansas Department of Labor includes information about a new automated phone system that can be used to apply for unemployment benefits. The new phone service has extended hours (from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Friday) for completing only the automated portion of a claimant’s application. Saturday hours for the service provided through the Kansas Unemployment Call Center are from 9

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Illinois Issues New Employment Laws Poster With Revised Wage Payment, Child Labor Information

The Illinois Department of Labor has issued a new mandatory Illinois labor law poster with added information about an employee’s right to unpaid wages and restrictions for workers under the age of 16. The new “Your Rights Under Illinois Employment Laws” poster includes Illinois minimum wage rates and information about the rights of employees in a number of categories. It replaces a previous “Notice to Employers & Employees” labor law

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New Wage Classes Added to West Virginia Unemployment Benefits Notice

A revised West Virginia labor law poster includes 11 new wage classes at the end of the state’s Unemployment Benefits Rate Table. Before this latest change, the maximum wage base range for West Virginia workers seeking unemployment benefits was $38,500 and above. Anyone within that range was eligible for weekly unemployment benefits of $408 and a maximum total payment of $10,608. Under the new schedule issued by Workforce West Virginia, the

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Minimum Wage Increase Included in Revised North Carolina Labor Law

A revised mandatory North Carolina labor law poster includes an increase in the state’s minimum wage from $6.15 per hour to $6.55 per hour effective July 24, 2008. The Wage and Hour poster has also been revised to include a decrease in the amount that employers are allowed to pay tipped employees — from not less than $2.43 per hour to not less than $2.13 per hour. This amount decreased

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Minimum Wage Increase Included in Revised Maryland Labor Law Poster

A revised Maryland labor law poster includes an increase in the Maryland minimum wage from $6.15 per hour to $6.55 per hour effective July 24, 2008. The increase goes into effect because Maryland’s minimum wage is automatically replaced when the federal minimum wage increases to a rate that is higher than the state’s rate. The federal minimum wage also increased to $6.55 per hour on July 24. The amount that Maryland employers

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Expanded Notification Requirements Included in Revised Washington Labor Law Poster

A revised mandatory Washington labor law poster, Job Safety and Health Protection, includes a new requirement that employer report any fatality, probable fatality or incident that results in one or more workers being hospitalized. That report must be made to the Washington State Department of Labor & Industries Division of Occupational Safety and Health within eight hours of any fatality or incident that results in an employee being hospitalized. The previous

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