Wage payment

On June 7, 2016, Connecticut Governor Dannel Malloy signed Bill S. 211 making payroll cards an approved form of wage payment. Under An Act Allowing Employers to Pay Wages Using Payroll Cards, “payroll card” is defined as a stored value card or other device used by an employee to access wages from a payroll card Read more

Seattle 4-In-One “Workplace Poster” Late last year, the City of Seattle, Washington conducted an overhaul of its labor laws, enhancing employee protections and standardizing employer compliance requirements with the passage of Ordinance 124960. The changes affect the way employers must administer their workplace policies and procedures and provide greater protection to applicants and employees that Read more

On October 21, 2015, the Hillsborough County Board of County Commissioners approved Ordinance 15-25 also known as “Hillsborough County Wage Recovery Ordinance.” The Ordinance, which went into effect January 1, 2016, applies to any individual or independent contractor performing work in Hillsborough County, or any individual who performs work that benefits an employer located within Read more

A court in Luzerne County, Pennsylvania has suggested that a decision by the state’s department of labor can be the “ultimate resolution” to a class action’s legal matter.  In the class action, Siciliano v. Mueller, employees claimed that their employer violated the Pennsylvania Wage Payment and Collection Law by mandating to receive their payment of Read more

  There have been several changes to West Virginia’s mandatory workplace postings, with the Wage Payment and Collection Act (WCPA) posting most extensively revised. The updated posting includes changes to employers’ responsibilities with regard to pay frequency, method and notification to employees of changes in pay terms under new WCPA laws. The changes will require Read more