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Spokane’s Earned Sick & Safe Leave Poster No Longer Required

As the employer’s most reliable resource for mandatory labor law posters, we want to share some important information with our Spokane, Washington customers. The City of Spokane’s Earned Sick & Safe Leave Law is no longer in effect. The city is currently following the State of Washington’s Paid Sick and Safe Time (PSST) Ordinance, which went into effect on 1/1/18. The new state law is administered and enforced by the

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Minimum Wage Hike and More for Seattle Employees

Effective January 1, 2018, employers in Seattle are required to post the new city poster just released by the Office of Labor Standards. The poster includes updates to three of the city’s ordinances: Minimum Wage, Wage Theft, and Paid Sick & Safe Time. There are no changes to the Fair Chance Employment ordinance information. What’s Changing in the “Emerald City”? Minimum Wage Rates for Large and Small Employers The poster

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Washington State’s Poster Will Soon Be on Its Way

We’ve been waiting for Washington’s Department of Labor & Industries to release the revised Your Rights as a Worker notice, which is now available. The updated Minimum Wage Announcement and Unemployment Benefits notices were released previously, and we are now publishing a new Washington poster with all of these changes. What Employers Need to Know New Minimum Wage Rates for 2018 As we reported last month, effective January 1, 2018, Washington’s minimum

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Changes Happening in the State of Washington—Updated Poster on Watch!

As we reported this time last year, based on the approval of Initiative 1433 in the November 2016 election, the minimum wage in the State of Washington will increase every January 1 through 2020, with annual adjustments for inflation thereafter. The next increase occurs on January 1, 2018. Initiative 1433 also included a new Paid Sick Leave (PSL) law, which will go into effect on January 1, 2018. According to

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Minimum Wage Hike for Berkeley and Two New Laws — On One Poster!

The City of Berkeley just issued a new Minimum Wage poster, which provides updated wage amounts, as well as information on two new laws: Paid Sick Leave and the Berkeley Family Friendly and Environment Friendly Workplace Ordinance. Future Minimum Wage Changes for Employees in Berkeley Since October 1, 2016, the City of Berkeley has been on a path to a $15.00 minimum wage. On October 1, 2017, the minimum wage

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A New Paid Sick Leave Law for Chicago — Plus Updated Minimum Wage Poster

The City of Chicago just released a poster for its new Paid Sick Leave Ordinance, which has an effective date of July 1, 2017. Plus, the city released an updated Minimum Wage poster, showing wage information from July 1, 2017 through July 1, 2020. Keep reading to find out what’s happening in the Windy City! Details of the Paid Sick Leave Poster As of July 1, 2017, employers who maintain

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Newark Updates Paid Sick Time Notice

Previously, Newark’s required city posting was a set of frequently asked questions with short answers. Now, Newark has updated the poster and has explained elements of the law in much greater detail. From Short FAQ to Very Long Poster The first thing one will notice when looking at the updated Newark poster is that it is very long. While a lot of content has been added to the poster, most

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Pittsburgh Releases New Paid Sick Leave Posters

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania has released two required notices ahead of the January 11, 2016 effective date of the Paid Sick Time law. Clarifying the Details Pittsburgh’s Sick Time ordinance was not very clear on what to expect as far as notification requirements for the City’s new law, but they have now made the posting requirements much more obvious. Instead of the traditional single required notice, there are two posters required under

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New Tacoma Paid Leave Poster Released Early for 2016 Law

The city of Tacoma, Washington released the labor law poster for its brand new paid leave law early, and employers have plenty of time to order the poster before the February 1, 2016 effective date. The Ins and Outs of the New Law The new Tacoma paid leave law applies to all employees working within the geographical boundaries of the city for at least 80 hours in a calendar year. Employers

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How Paid Sick Leave May Affect Your City

If you’re just tuning in, this article will cover city and county paid sick leave laws. If you’re curious about statewide paid sick leave laws, check out our previous article on the topic. A recent trend towards creating paid sick leave laws has taken the country by storm. Cities and counties across the US are passing their own paid sick leave laws in an effort to create more change on

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