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Wyoming Updates OSHA Penalties—New Labor Law Poster Required

Did you know that Wyoming has the distinction of being the least populated of the 50 states? Plus, it is the first state to give women the right to vote—hence the nickname “The Equality State.” Not sure what this has to do with the recent OSHA changes? Bear with me… Wyoming is also the first state in 2018 to issue an updated OSHA notice that includes increased penalties for health

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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 a reasonable

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New Minimum Wage Rates for Employees in Rhode Island

Last year (can you believe it’s already 2018?), we reported that Rhode Island’s minimum wage would be increasing on January 1, 2018 and that the rate would increase again in January of 2019. Rhode Island’s Department of Labor and Training (DLT) has just released the updated 2018 Minimum Wage notice, along with the state’s other required workplace notices, which include two additional laws. All the notices on the poster have

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Colorado Releases 2018 Minimum Wage Poster

As we reported a few weeks ago, employees in Colorado will receive a minimum wage increase effective January 1, 2018. We are pleased to report that Colorado’s Department of Labor and Employment just released the new minimum wage notice: Colorado Minimum Wage Order 34. We are currently working to get our updated Colorado poster out to clients as soon as possible. Details of the Minimum Wage Update On January 1,

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Missouri’s Minimum Wage Notice Just Released

Effective January 1, 2018, employers in the “Show-Me-State” must pay employees subject to the minimum wage an increased rate, which has just been released by the state’s Division of Labor Standards (DLS). Details of Missouri’s Minimum Wage Law Yearly Minimum Wage Adjustment Missouri’s minimum wage is measured by the Consumer Price Index, which means that it may increase or decrease, based on fluctuations in the cost of living, every January

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New York State Releases Updated Minimum Wage Notice

As we reported back in October, on December 31, 2017, the minimum wage in New York will increase by varying amounts, depending on an employer’s location. The New York Department of Labor has just released the Miscellaneous Industry Employees minimum wage notice, which has a revision date of 12/17. The notice reflects different hourly wage rates for the following regions, effective 12/31/17 through 12/30/18: New York City Long Island &

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U.S. DOL Releases Minimum Wage Notice for Federal Contractors

The federal contractor minimum wage notice reflecting wage rates for 2018 has just been released by the U.S. Department of Labor Wage and Hour Division. The notice reflects a revision date of 1/18. The minimum wage for federal contractors is subject to an annual adjustment for inflation every January 1, under Executive Order 13658. Ever since the Secretary of Labor announced the new wage rates back in September, we’ve been

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Another Minimum Wage Hike for Employees in San Jose

Do you know the way to San Jose employees’ hearts? A mere 6 months after the July 2017 minimum wage increase, the wage rate is increasing once more by $1.50 per hour effective January 1, 2018. Details of the Minimum Wage Law New Minimum Wage Rate The City of San Jose just released the new minimum wage notice, which reflects an increase to $13.50 per hour effective January 1, 2018.

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Updated Minimum Wage in the Wings for Missouri

Missouri’s minimum wage is subject to an annual adjustment every January 1 based on inflation, but the Department of Labor in the “Show-Me State” has not yet announced the minimum wage rates for 2018. Requirements of the Minimum Wage Law The state’s minimum wage may increase or decrease on January 1, 2018. This is dependent on the rise and fall of the cost of living as measured by the Consumer

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Annual Minimum Wage Adjustment for New Jersey

Every January 1, New Jersey’s minimum wage rate is subject to an adjustment based on inflation, and the state’s Department of Labor and Workforce Development issues an updated Wage and Hour Law Abstract. Details of the Wage and Hour Law Minimum Wage Effective January 1, 2018, the minimum wage rate in New Jersey will increase from $8.44 to $8.60 per hour. Minimum Wage Exemptions Employees who are exempt from New

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