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The District of Columbia has updated its mandatory Minimum Wage posting. All employers in the District are required to post this labor law summary. Employers are advised that the District routinely enforces labor law posting compliance and should update posters as soon as possible. The posting reflects recent changes in the law and procedural changes. Read more

Amongst the other changes ushered in by the 2016 election, four states have voted to raise their minimum wage beginning in 2017. With the passage of Proposition 206, Arizona will incrementally raise the hourly rate to $12.00 by 2020, after which it will once again increase in concert with the Consumer Price Index measuring cost Read more

This month, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) released its annual list of the top ten most frequently cited violations. The list is instructive of ongoing compliance challenges with particular standards and OSHA’s enforcement priorities. The list includes: Fall Protection Hazard Communication Scaffolding Respiratory Protection Lockout/Tagout Powered Industrial Trucks Ladders Electrical, Wiring Methods Machine Read more

As California prepares for another increase in the state minimum wage rate, employers that employ computer software employees should also be aware of the increase in the minimum wage rate that must be paid to their IT workers to continue qualifying for overtime-exempt status next year. The computer software employee’s overtime exemption is found in California Read more

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) recently announced that it is pushing back the enforcement deadline for its anti-retaliation regulations for the second time this year. Although they became effective as of August 10, OSHA originally chose to delay enforcement for these regulations, including the required posting of an anti-retaliation statement, until November 1. Read more

The Florida Department of Economic Opportunity recently announced Florida’s 2017 minimum wage rate. Effective January 1, 2017, the minimum wage for workers state-wide will increase by five cents, bringing the rate up to $8.10 per hour for non-tipped employees and $5.08 per hour for tipped employees. Like several other states, Florida’s minimum wage is tied Read more

Beginning next year, California is taking steps to remove barriers in the workplace on based on gender and other characteristics historically associated with inequalities in wages and other working conditions. The laws will protect more employees, and provide them with more information about their rights, and ensure equality in access to restroom facilities. Below is Read more