June 2018

2018 Georgia Unemployment Notice Peel 'N Post - Mobile Poster Pak

While everyone’s been on then lookout for those big July 1 changes, Georgia – a state which has not updated any of its mandatory labor law notices since 2016 – slipped in under the radar with a summer surprise. With a revision date of 06/18, the Georgia Department of Labor has updated the Unemployment Insurance Read more

Nevada 2018 Minimum Wage Notices Now Available

July 1 is almost here! Although January tends to get all the hype when it comes to the minimum wage, there are quite a few locations that schedule their minimum wage updates for the six-month mark of the year. Nevada is one of two states that requires employers to post updated minimum wage notices on Read more

Kentucky Labor Law Poster

Kentucky’s Division of Wages and Hours has recently updated the mandatory Child Labor Laws and Wage Discrimination postings. Both postings must be displayed in a conspicuous location or area where notices to employees are customarily displayed. Employers covered by Chapter 339 of the Kentucky Revised Statutes must display the Child Labor Laws posting. Employers covered Read more

Oregon secure scheduling law

On July 1, some employers in Oregon will have more to focus on than the minimum wage as the first state-wide secure scheduling law goes into effect. The new law establishes a wealth of scheduling-related rights for employees of large businesses who are employed in retail, hospitality, and food services establishments, including the right to Read more

San Francisco Minimum Wage Poster

Why prohibit consideration of salary history? San Francisco employers will notice a new posting when they update their labor law posters this July.  The San Francisco Consideration of Salary History Ordinance, which was signed into law last summer, prohibits employers from asking about or using a job applicant’s prior salary history in deciding whether to Read more

Vermont Salary Ban Coming Soon

Although opinions differ as to the cause, the wage gap between male and female workers persists even today – on average, women earn roughly 80% of what men earn over the course of a lifetime. Some equality advocates have argued that the common employer practice of using a new hire’s previous salary to determine their Read more