Vermont's Unemployment Insurance Benefits Have Changed

New information for employees who are forced to leave their job as a result of domestic violence, sexual violence, or stalking Employers in Vermont must post a new version of the state’s Unemployment Insurance notice.  The notice, which was issued by Vermont’s Department of Labor (DOL), includes new information for employees who are forced to leave their job as a result of domestic violence, sexual violence, or stalking. These employees

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Two New Labor Law Poster Updates for State of Michigan

There’s a lot happening in The Great Lakes State! Since the start of 2020, Michigan’s Department of Labor and Opportunity has issued updates to two labor law notices. The state’s Youth Employment Standards notice was the first to be updated, followed closely by the Unemployment Compensation notice. Below we’ve outlined all the new details employers need to know.   Youth Employment Standards The updated notice, which has a new revision

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Arizona's Minimum Wage and Unemployment

Minimum Wage and Unemployment notices must be posted in the workplace. What’s Changing for Minimum Wage? On January 1, 2020, Arizona employers are required to pay all employees—full-time, part-time, and temporary—an increased minimum wage rate of $12.00 per hour. Employers must continue to pay employees who regularly receive tips $3.00 per hour less than the minimum wage, which is $9.00 per hour for the year 2020. As determined by Arizona’s

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South Dakota's Unemployment Insurance Has a New Name

South Dakota’s Unemployment Insurance Division has undergone a name change and is now called the Reemployment Assistance Division, due to the passage of House Bill 1035 during the state’s 2019 legislative session.  What’s New and What Stayed the Same? As a result of this change, the former Unemployment notice on our poster is now titled Reemployment Assistance, and all references to “unemployment insurance” on the notice have been updated to

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Minimum Wage and Unemployment: New Updates for New Jersey

The New Jersey Department of Labor has issued updates to the Minimum Wage and Unemployment notices due to new requirements of the laws. Both notices have a publication date of 6/19. What’s Changed for Minimum Wage? Details of the Minimum Wage Law New Jersey passed a new minimum wage law, effective July 1, 2019, with stepped increases over several years until the wage reaches $15.00. The intent of the law

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Michigan Updates Unemployment Compensation Notice

An update to Michigan’s Unemployment Compensation notice has been issued by the Department of Talent and Economic Development. While the notice was released in June, it has a revision date of March 2019. New and Existing Info on Filing for Unemployment Benefits Some of the instructions on how to get unemployment benefits have changed. The updated notice now states that employees must do the following: File claims online, by phone,

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Colorado Issues New Unemployment Insurance Notice

Colorado’s Department of Labor and Employment has issued a new unemployment insurance notice (Notice to Workers). The notice has undergone several changes, which we’ve outlined below. What’s New in Colorado? Proper Classification of Workers Based on an update to Colorado’s Employment Security Act, workers now have the right to be properly classified as employees or independent contractors. Improper classification (also called misclassification) of employees as independent contractors can cause problems

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Maine Updates Employment Security (Unemployment) Notice

Maine’s Department of Labor has just issued an update to the Employment Security notice, which has a revision date of 3/2019. The notice provides information for full- and part-time workers related to filing for Unemployment Insurance (UI) benefits. Employment Security Update New Info for Aliens No, we’re not talking about extraterrestrial beings! The “Aliens” section of the notice has new information for workers who are not U.S. citizens. The agency

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Minimum Wage & Unemployment Updates for Rhode Island

While the New Year is fast approaching, two states with January 1, 2019 minimum wage increases have not yet released their updated notices. However, the small but mighty state of Rhode Island has made it to the finish line ahead of these remaining and much larger states, Michigan and New York. Rhode Island’s Department of Labor and Training (DLT) has released the new 2019 Minimum Wage notice, as well as

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Unemployment Insurance Updates for South Carolina

Our South Carolina poster is in the process of being updated once more, due to a revision to the state’s Unemployment Insurance notice, which is issued by the Department of Employment and Workforce (DEW). Back in July 2018, we published updates related to Safety & Health (OSHA) and employment discrimination. What’s Happening Now? Changes to Unemployment Insurance Benefits The updated Unemployment Insurance notice has a new look due to the

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