2020–2021 Minimum Wage Increases for City of Chicago, IL

The City of Chicago has updated its Minimum Wage notice to reflect new wage requirements for 2020 and 2021. Below we’ve outlined all the details for Chicago employers and employees.   Effective January 1, 2020:   The minimum wage for youth workers is $8.00 per hour. Effective July 1, 2020:   The minimum wage for large employers (21 or more employees) will increase to $14.00 per hour. The minimum wage for tipped

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Multiple California Cities Increase Their Minimum Wage

This July 1, 2020, California employers in certain cities must begin paying employees the new increased minimum wage. See if your city has received a new wage. Alameda, CA Minimum Wage (June 2020) The minimum wage has increased to $15.00 The effective date of 7/1/20 We are publishing a new Alameda city labor law poster that includes these mandatory updates. Visit the Alameda labor law poster page to purchase the latest

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Nevada Updates its Wage and Overtime Bulletin

Nevada’s Labor Law Poster receives updates to its: Minimum Wage Bulletin Effective July 1, 2020: The minimum wage for workers in the lower tier (those employees who have been offered qualifying health benefits) is $8.00 per hour. The minimum wage for all other employees is $9.00 per hour. Please note: this information is already contained on the existing notice Overtime Bulletin Effective July 1, 2020: Employees who have been offered qualifying health

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Colorado's New Standards for Overtime and Minimum Pay

At long last, Colorado’s Department of Labor and Employment has issued the new Colorado Overtime and Minimum Pay Standards Order—COMPS Order #36—which must be posted in workplaces, in both English and Spanish, by March 16, 2020.   As of January 1, 2020, Colorado’s minimum wage is adjusted annually based on inflation. For the year 2020, the state’s minimum wage is $12.00 per hour or $8.98 for tipped employees. Unemancipated minors

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The One Question Job Candidates Try to Dodge That is Now Illegal

Many job applicants try to evade questions about their salary history during the salary negotiation process. But now it is illegal to ask for salary history in New Jersey and Philadelphia. The two jurisdictions join a larger trend of 18 state and 20 local governments taking aim at ending the disparity in the compensation of women and minorities.   New Jersey The new law for New Jersey prohibits employers from

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Two New Updates for New York State Poster

Every year, around December 31, we can count on New York State to update its Miscellaneous Industry Employees minimum wage notice. And this past December, just like 2018, the state’s Discrimination notice was also updated. New Minimum Wage Rates for Miscellaneous Industries On Dec. 30, 2019, New York State’s Department of Labor (DOL) issued the updated minimum wage notice for Miscellaneous Industry Employees, which has a revision date of 12/19.

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3 New Changes to Washington State Poster

2020 Minimum Wage Rates As of January 1, 2020, employers in the State of Washington must pay an increased minimum wage of $13.50 per hour to most workers. For workers who are 14 or 15 years old, employers may pay a minimum wage of $11.48 per hour. The updated Minimum Wage notice has a new revision date of 12/2019. New Paid Family and Medical Leave Notice Last May, we issued

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2020 Minimum Wage Increase for Federal Contractors

The minimum wage for federal contractors is adjusted annually every January 1, based on inflation, under Executive Order 13658. New Minimum Wage Rates for 2020 Beginning January 1, 2020, federal contractors are required to pay workers performing work on, or in connection with, covered contracts a minimum wage of at least $10.80 per hour. Tipped employees must be paid a cash wage of at least $7.55 per hour. If a

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Minimum Wage & Discrimination Updates for Flagstaff in 2020

Minimum Wage Effective January 1, 2020, employers in the City of Flagstaff, Arizona, must pay employees who are covered under the Minimum Wage Law $13.00 per hour. The Minimum Wage notice describes covered employees as: Those who work/are expected to work 25 hours or more within the city limits in a calendar year. Those who are/were employed by an employer regardless of the employer’s location or the employees’ immigration status.

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New Minimum Wage & Commuter Benefits for Seattle

As of January 1, 2020, Seattle employers are required to post an updated Minimum Wage notice, as well as a new Commuter Benefits Ordinance notice. At this time, there are no changes to the city’s Paid Sick & Safe Time, Fair Chance Employment, and Wage Theft ordinances.   New Minimum Wage Rates for Large & Small Employers Effective January 1, 2020: Large employers (501 or more employees) must pay a minimum

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