Poster Updates

Arizona Labor Law Poster

Arizona Minimum Wage Notice Arizona’s minimum wage is set to increase to $12.00 per hour on January 1, 2020. The Industrial Commission of Arizona has updated the required Minimum Wage workplace notice with the new 2020 minimum wage rate. Pursuant to Proposition 206, also known as the Fair Wages and Healthy Families Act, employers must Read more

2020 Montana Minimum Wage

The Montana Department of Labor and Industry has updated the Minimum Wage posting with the new 2020 minimum wage rate. Most employees must be paid the minimum wage for all hours worked. (Montana Code Annotated 39-3-404) Hours worked includes preparation time, opening and closing the business, company travel, and required meetings and training. Some employees Read more

Florida Labor Law Poster

The new year is rapidly approaching, and with it new posting requirements. For the state of Florida, employers must ensure that they pay employees a minimum wage of $8.56 per hour and post the 2020 Florida Minimum Wage Poster by January 1 to ensure that workers are informed of their rights under state law. Additionally, Read more

New Jersey Labor Law Poster

Earlier this year, Governor Phil Murphy signed two bills into laws that expand New Jersey’s leave laws and amend the wage and hour law. Most amendments are effective now. Covered employers must review the new laws to ensure compliance. Bill A 3975 Under enacted Bill A 3975, New Jersey’s Family Leave Act expands its reach Read more

2019 Chicago Minimum Wage Notice and Cook County Minimum Wage Notice Now Available

The minimum wage rate for most workers in the state of Illinois won’t change until 2020, but employers in some municipalities will see an increase a little sooner than that. Effective July 1, 2019, employers in the City of Chicago must post the updated 2019 Chicago Minimum Wage notice to inform workers in the city Read more

WA Your Rights as a Worker

Lawmakers in Washington State have been active in recent years enacting groundbreaking new laws promoting workers’ family stability and economic security. Two significant examples are the 2017 Paid Family and Medical Leave (PFML) insurance program and the 2018 Equal Pay Opportunity Act (EPOA). The Department of Labor & Industries is informing employers and employees of Read more

2019 Colorado Unemployment Notice - Peel 'N Post for English Mobile Poster Pak

The Colorado Department of Labor and Employment (CDLE) has updated the mandatory Colorado Unemployment Insurance poster. The poster, which provides information on workers’ rights to be properly classified as an employee or an independent contractor, has been substantially redesigned and rewritten with new information on how to obtain information on improper classification and file a Read more

Paid Family and Medical Leave

On June 28, 2018, the Massachusetts Legislature passed House Bill 4640, which will gradually raise the minimum wage, and will provide paid family and medical leave (PFML) to employees. Most employees will be eligible to get up to 12 weeks of paid family leave and up to 20 weeks of paid medical leave. The program Read more