2019 Minimum Wage Updates

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Labor Law Poster Updates in 2019

We’re halfway through 2019, and there have been plenty of labor law updates this year! We’ve compiled a list of all the changes that have come into effect so far. Be sure to take a look below and make sure your posters are still in compliance.   Keeping your labor law posters in compliance is important for two reasons: It’s the law. An employer who chooses to not post or update

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Minimum Wage Increase July 1 for Santa Monica, CA

Effective July 1, 2019, employers in the City of Santa Monica are subject to a minimum wage increase. Under Santa Monica’s Minimum Wage Ordinance, employers are required to pay all employees—including temporary and part-time workers—who perform at least 2 hours of work in a workweek within the geographic limits of the city a new minimum wage rate based on employer size. New Minimum Wage Rates as of July 1, 2019

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New Minimum Wage Rates & Discrimination Protections in New York State

December 31st is just around the corner, which means employees in New York State will soon be getting a minimum wage increase. In addition, changes to New York State’s Human Rights Law have resulted in updates to the Discrimination poster. Keep reading to find out all the details. Minimum Wage Rates for Miscellaneous Industries New York State’s Department of Labor (DOL) has just released the Miscellaneous Industry Employees minimum wage

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Minimum Wage on the Rise in Seattle in 2019

Businesses in the City of Seattle will soon be required to post an updated city poster reflecting the new 2019 minimum wage rates. This revision to the Seattle City Poster only affects the Minimum Wage Ordinance—there are no changes to the Wage Theft, Fair Chance Employment, or Paid Sick & Safe Time ordinances. 2019 Minimum Wage Increases in The Emerald City Minimum Wage Rates for Large & Small Employers Under

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2019 Minimum Wage Updates in California Cities—Part 4!

We are pleased to report that two more cities in California have released updated Minimum Wage notices with new wage rates for 2019: Oakland and Palo Alto. Keep reading to get the scoop on employers’ responsibilities and employees’ rights. 2019 Minimum Wage Increases What’s Up in Oakland? Every January 1, Oakland’s minimum wage will be adjusted based on the prior calendar year’s increase, if any, in the Bay Area Consumer

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