minimum wage

Mandatory Updates to Delaware – New Poster Required

Employers in the state of Delaware are required to update their labor law posters to be in compliance with new state changes. The changes include an increase in the minimum wage rate and new sexual harassment protections in the workplace. During Delaware’s 2018 legislative session, SB 170 was enacted establishing two scheduled increases to the Read more

2018 Alberta Minimum Wage Increases October 1st

It’s been a year of big changes for Alberta employers, but it’s finally time to get back to business as usual. Close on the heels of massive revisions to the province’s employment standards and occupational health and safety rules, the Alberta minimum wage will come to a final scheduled increase on October 1, 2018. To assist Read more

2018 Saskatchewan Minimum Wage Increases on October 1

Fall may be coming, but wages are on the rise! Employees in three Canadian provinces (Alberta, Manitoba, and Saskatchewan) can look forward to a minimum wage increase on October 1. We here at CPC are still hard at work updating workplace posters for two of those provinces, but employers can now purchase the Saskatchewan All-On-One Read more

Seattle 2018 Workplace Poster

Three cities in the State of Washington – Seattle, Tacoma and SeaTac – have announced increases in their minimum wage rates for 2018 and have released revisions to their mandatory minimum wage notices.  Each city has a minimum wage rate that is higher than the statewide minimum wage rate which went up to $11.50 per Read more

Maine Tip Credit is Here to Stay

Although Maine’s legislative session has been fraught, leading to blocked bills and government shutdown over the 4th of July weekend, at least there’s one thing everyone could agree on: the tip credit should stay. A controversial portion of Maine’s minimum wage law which would do away with the use of tips being counted as wages Read more

Last year, the City of Los Angeles, California began implementing the city’s Minimum Wage and Paid Sick Time Law which establishes a series of fixed minimum wage rate increases for the next six years. Then, beginning July 1, 2022 the minimum wage rate will be adjusted each year for inflation based on the Consumer Price Read more

2017 Oregon Minimum Wage

Last year, the Oregon Legislature determined there was a need to push the state’s minimum wage rate higher than the minimum wage rate then in effect. The minimum wage rate, which was tied to the Consumer Price Index (CPI), remained unchanged since 2015 because of a flat inflation rate. After studying the regional cost of Read more