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Heads-up, Montgomery County Employers: New Minimum Wage Law in Effect

Montgomery County’s new Minimum Wage and Overtime Law went into effect on July 1, 2018. Details of the law, which calls for multi-step wage increases based on business size, are outlined below. New Minimum Wage Rates for Montgomery County Minimum Wage for Large Employers For businesses with 51 or more employees, the minimum wage is now $12.25 per hour. Future increases will occur every July 1 until the wage reaches

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Minimum Wage Rates Going Up in Cook County IL

The Cook County Commission on Human Rights just released a new Minimum Wage notice that includes updated wage information effective July 1, 2018. The Cook County Minimum Wage Ordinance applies to: Employers who have at least 4 employees and maintain a business facility in the county, or have a business license issued by the county Employees who work at least 2 hours for an employer in the county within a

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New Minimum Wage for Employees in Chicago

The City of Chicago has released an updated Minimum Wage notice that reflects new wage information effective July 1, 2018. As outlined on the notice, the City of Chicago Minimum Wage Ordinance applies to: Employers who maintain a business facility in the city or are required to have a business license to operate in the city Employees who work at least 2 hours in the city within a period of

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Annual Minimum Wage Increase for City of Emeryville, CA

As of July 1, 2018, employers in the City of Emeryville, California are subject to a minimum wage increase, which is based on business size. We are currently updating our Emeryville poster, which will soon be on its way to customers. New Minimum Wage for Emeryville For large businesses with 56 or more employees, the minimum wage increases to $15.69 per hour. For small businesses with 55 or fewer employees,

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Minimum Wage Increase for City of Milpitas, CA

Effective July 1, 2018, employers who are subject to the Milpitas business license requirement or maintain a business facility in Milpitas must pay their employees a new minimum wage rate of $13.50 per hour. This increase comes just 6 months after the prior increase to $12.00 on January 1, 2018. Details of the Milpitas Minimum Wage Ordinance The Milpitas City Council adopted a Minimum Wage Ordinance in February of 2017.

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Minimum Wage on the Rise in Portland, Maine

Did you know that the City of Portland has the distinction of being the largest city in Maine? A favorite spot for tourists, foodies, and those who enjoy boating, Portland is also the birthplace of two famous writers, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow and Stephen King. But I digress… Details of the Updated Minimum Wage What you really need to know is that effective July 1, 2018, employers who operate a business

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New Equal Pay Law for Oregon—Plus Updated Minimum Wage

Those busy beavers at Oregon’s Bureau of Labor and Industries (BOLI) recently released new and updated workplace notices for 2018. For starters, there is a brand-new notice for the Oregon Equal Pay Law, which has a publication date of 2/2018. Plus, the minimum wage poster has been updated to include adjusted minimum wage rates in three regions, effective July 1, 2018. Provisions of Oregon’s Equal Pay Law The Equal Pay

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Ohio’s 2018 Minimum Wage Notice Just Released

Effective January 1, 2018, the minimum wage in Ohio is going up, based on an annual increase for inflation. The updated minimum wage notice, provided by the state’s Department of Commerce, has a new revision date of September 30, 2017. New Minimum Wage Rates for 2018 Non-Tipped Employees Ohio’s minimum wage for non-tipped employees will increase from $8.15 per hour to $8.30 per hour. However, employers who gross less than

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New Minimum Wage Poster for San Francisco

The City of San Francisco just released an updated Minimum Wage poster, which reflects new wages effective July 1, 2017. What’s New for Workers in the City by the Bay? The Minimum Wage poster has a new look in addition to updated wages. But as noted on the city’s previous poster, the minimum wage requirement still applies to adult and minor employees who work two or more hours per week.

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Minimum Wage Hike for Seattle Employees

Employees in the Northwest’s “Emerald City” will have more money in their pockets this year thanks to a minimum wage increase that went into effect January 1, 2017. Breakdown of the Minimum Wage Increase The city has already issued its updated minimum wage poster, which includes the following provisions for large and small employers: Large employers (501 or more employees) who don’t contribute to their employees’ medical benefits must pay

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