Leave and Travel Time Provisions Added to Massachusetts Wage and Hour Laws Poster

Massachusetts has revised its mandatory Wage and Hour Laws poster to include a new provision that allows certain employees to take up to 24 hours of unpaid leave annually to participate in school activities for their children. The Small Necessities Leave Act also allows qualified employees to take unpaid leave to take their children or an elderly relative to medical and dental appointments. The new leave policy applies if an

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Revised Washington D.C. Labor Law Poster Includes New Minimum Wage Rates

A revised mandatory Washington D.C. labor law poster includes an increase in the District’s minimum wage from $7 per hour to $7.55 per hour effective July 24, 2008. The labor law poster also includes a second increase in the Washington D.C. minimum wage to $8.25 per hour on July 24, 2009. According to District law, the minimum wage must always be $1 per hour more than the federal minimum wage

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Protected Categories Added to Revised Colorado Anti-Discrimination Poster

Sexual orientation has been added as a category that is protected from discrimination in the areas of housing and public accommodations in a revised mandatory Colorado labor law poster issued by the Colorado Department of Regulatory Agencies. Sexual orientation was already included as a protected category in the area of employment on the previous anti-discrimination poster. In addition, “retaliation for engaging in protected activity” has been added as a protected

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Revised 2008 Nevada Labor Law Poster Includes Increase in Minimum Wage

An increase in Nevada’s minimum wage to $5.85 per hour with health benefits or $6.85 without health benefits, effective July 1, 2008, is included in a revised mandatory Nevada labor law poster issued by the state’s Labor Commissioner’s office. The changes in the “Rules to be Observed by Employers” poster reflect an annual increase in Nevada’s minimum wage rate that is recalculated each year on July 1. The previous Nevada

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New Minimum Wage Rate Included in Revised Maine Labor Law Poster

An increase in Maine’s minimum wage from $7.00 per hour to $7.25 per hour, effective Oct. 1, 2008, is included in a revised mandatory Maine labor law poster issued by the state’s Department of Labor. Another increase in Maine’s minimum wage – to $7.50 per hour on Oct. 1, 2009 – is also included on the required poster. In addition, two categories have been eliminated from a section of the

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New Minimum Wage Rates Included on Revised 2008 Illinois Labor Law Poster

Illinois has issued a revised labor law poster that includes an increase in the Illinois minimum wage from $7.50 per hour to $7.75 per hour, effective July 1, 2008. The new rate was not on the previous minimum wage poster, although there was a sentence explaining future increases. A sentence stating that the Illinois minimum wage will increase by another 25 cents per hour on July 1, 2009 and 2010 is

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Updated Michigan Minimum Wage Poster Reflects Changes in Minor Rates

An updated Michigan Minimum Wage poster includes new language reflecting two changes in the lowest wage that must be paid to minors 16 and 17 years of age. The mandatory Michigan labor law poster issued by the Michigan Department of Labor & Economic Growth now states that minors must be paid at least $6.29 per hour between July 1, 2008 and July 23, 2008, and $6.55 per hour as of July 24.

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Revised Ohio Equal Employment Poster Includes Military Status as Protected Class

A revised Ohio Equal Employment poster now includes “military status” in a list of protected classes as a result of a new law that went into effect on March 24, 2008. The mandatory Ohio labor law poster, issued by the Ohio Civil Rights Commission, has been completely revised. Wording in the title of the poster has been changed from “Fair Employment” to “Equal Employment Opportunity”. Included in the changes for

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Revised Nevada Unemployment Insurance Poster Includes Online Filing Option

A revised mandatory Nevada labor law poster, Unemployment Insurance notice, includes a new website address for those wanting to file for benefits over the Internet. In addition, employment services are now provided by Nevada JobConnect instead of Nevada Job Link. The new website for filing claims online is included as an option along with three phone numbers for the state’s Telephone Claim Center. The Nevada JobConnect logo has also been added

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Revised Unemployment Insurance Poster Issued for New Hampshire

A revised New Hampshire labor law poster includes new language affirming that the state’s Employment Security department is an Equal Opportunity Employer. The mandatory Unemployment Notice also includes language clarifying the fact that employers pay the tax that is deposited in the Unemployment Compensation Trust Fund from which benefits are paid. In addition, a new website address is listed for anyone wishing to file an unemployment insurance claim over the

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