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Zoning Tool Helps Los Angeles County Employers Determine Posting Requirements

There has been some confusion about the labor law posting requirements for employers in Los Angeles County. Employers are having difficulty determining if their businesses are in an incorporated city or unincorporated area of the county. Furthermore, some employers are unsure if the Los Angeles County labor laws apply to their businesses. Posting Requirements for Los Angeles County The Los Angeles County labor law notices are only required for businesses

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Maryland Healthy Working Families Act—Labor Law Poster Pending

The State of Maryland’s Department of Labor, Licensing, and Regulation (DLLR) released initial guidance documents regarding the new Healthy Working Families Act that went into effect on February 11, 2018. Purpose of the New Law The Healthy Working Families Act requires businesses in Maryland with 15 or more employees to provide up to 40 hours of paid sick and safe leave to workers each year. Businesses with 14 or fewer

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City & County Minimum Wage Ordinances Leaving State Laws in the Dust

Over the past couple of years, there has been an upsurge in the number of municipalities that have passed minimum wage ordinances with higher rates than the state minimum wage laws. As a result, the number of mandatory city and county labor law posters has increased significantly. As of 2018, a total of 35 cities and/or counties in the following states have instituted minimum wage laws that include a workplace

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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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Maine’s Minimum Wage Set to Increase January 1, 2018

On January 1, 2018, the “Maine” event for employees in the state will be another increase in the minimum wage. As 2017 draws to a close, our Research Department will be watching closely for the updated poster. Minimum Wage Requirements Annual Increases Maine’s minimum wage will increase to $10.00 per hour on January 1, 2018, followed by another annual increase of $1.00 in 2019, until the wage reaches $12.00 on

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Federal Contractor Poster Soon to Be Updated

Effective January 1, 2018, the minimum wage for federal contractors will be going up, and we are on the lookout for the updated poster. The federal contractor minimum wage is subject to an annual adjustment for inflation every January 1, based on Executive Order 13658. This adjustment is determined by the Secretary of Labor and announced in the Federal Register every September, 90 days prior to the effective date. Federal

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2017 Labor Law Poster Updates

Most employers are aware of their responsibility to display labor law posters in a conspicuous place that employees can easily access. But did you know these posters must be updated whenever the laws change? There have been over 90 labor law poster updates in 2017, so far! Furthermore, it is likely that your business’s labor law posters needed updating at least once within the last eight months. You might ask, “I change my posters at

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New Rules for Applying for Temporary Disability & Caregiver Benefits in Rhode Island

Rhode Island just updated its Unemployment/Disability Benefits notice, which has a new revision date of 7/2017. Keep reading to find out all the details employers and employees need to know. Here’s What’s Changing—Or Not—in the “Ocean State” Most of the information on the notice remains the same, including the Unemployment Insurance Benefits and Employment and Training Services sections. In addition, the eligibility requirements for Temporary Disability Insurance (TDI) and Temporary

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Two More Laws Added to Nevada’s Poster for Nursing Mothers and Victims of Domestic Violence

We recently reported that on June 2, 2017, Nevada passed the Pregnant Workers’ Fairness Act, a law that will go into effect on October 1, 2017. Some details of the law have been included below. However, while we were updating our Nevada poster, the Office of the Labor Commissioner released workplace notices for two more new laws: The Nursing Mother’s Accommodation Act and An Act Pertaining to Domestic Violence. Those

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What Is the FLSA? Ten Facts Every Employer Should Know

The Wage and Hour Division of the U.S. Department of Labor implements and enforces the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA). The FLSA creates minimum wage, overtime pay, recordkeeping, and child labor standards that affect workers in the private sector and in federal, state, and local governments. Here are ten basic things employers should know about the FLSA: 1. Minimum Wage If you have nonexempt or non salaried employees, the FLSA

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