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StateType of ChangePoster TypeDescription of Posting RevisionRelease Month
AlaskaMandatoryMinimum WageEffective January 1, 2021, the Alaska minimum wage rate will increase to $10.34 per hour (previously $10.19 per hour). These standards are generally applicable to all employees.January 2021
ArizonaMandatoryMinimum WageThe Industrial Commission of Arizona has released a new Minimum wage notice. Effective January 1, 2022, the minimum wage rate will increase from $12.15 per hour to $12.80 per hour.September 2021
CaliforniaMaterialSafety and Health Protection on the JobThe California Department of Industrial Relations updated the Cal/OSHA Safety and Health Protection on the Job notice with updated district office contact information.April 2021
CaliforniaMandatoryCOVID-19 Supplemental Paid Sick LeaveThe State of California introduced a new COVID-19 Supplemental Paid Sick Leave Law effective March 29th, 2021 – September 30th, 2021. Covered employees in the public or private sector are entitled to up to 80 hours of COVID-19 related sick leave. This new law applies to businesses with more than 25 employees.March 2021
CaliforniaMandatoryEDD Notice to EmployeesUnder the Paid Family Leave section, benefits are also available for eligible Californians who need time off work to participate in a qualifying event resulting from a spouse, registered domestic partner, parent, or child’s military deployment to a foreign country.January 2021
CaliforniaMandatoryFamily Medical LeaveFamily Care, Medical Leave, and Pregnancy Disability Leave now applies to employers with 5 or more employees (previously 50 or more.)January 2021
CaliforniaMandatoryDiscrimination & HarassmentEmployees working for an employer with 5 or more persons are now covered under discrimination and harassment in the workplace (previously 20 or more employees)January 2021
CaliforniaMandatoryPregnancy DisabilityChildbirth or related medical condition has been added as a factor in needed pregnancy leave. The Pregnancy Rights and Obligations apply to employers with 5 or more employees.January 2021
California (Berkeley)ConditionalMinimum WageEffective July 1, 2021, the minimum wage will increase to $16.32 per hour.June 2021
California (Daly City)ConditionalMinimum WageEffective January 1, 2022, the minimum wage will increase to $15.53 per hour in the City of Daly City.October 2021
California (Emeryville)ConditionalMinimum WageEffective July 1, 2021, the minimum wage will increase to $17.13 per hour.June 2021
California (Fremont)ConditionalMinimum WageEffective July 1, 2021, the minimum wage for small employers (20 or less) must pay $15.00 per hour and large employers (26 or more) must pay $15.25 per hour.June 2021
California (Milpitas)ConditionalMinimum WageEffective July 1st, 2021, employers who are subject to the Milpitas business license requirement or who maintain a business facility in Milpitas must pay to each employee who performs at least two (2) hours of work per week in Milpitas wages of not less than $15.65 per hour.July 2021
California (Novato)ConditionalMinimum WageEffective January 1, 2022, the minimum wage in the City of Novato will increase to $15.77 for Very Large Businesses (100+ employees), $15.53 per hour for Large Businesses (26-99 employees), and $15 per hour for Small Businesses (1-25 employees).October 2021
California (Palo Alto)ConditionalMinimum WageEffective January 1, 2022, the Palo Alto minimum wage will increase to $16.25 per hour.October 2021
California (Pasadena)ConditionalMinimum WageEffective July 1, 2021, the minimum wage in the City of Pasadena, California, has increased to $15.00 per hour.June 2021
California (Petaluma)ConditionalMinimum WageEffective January 1, 2022, the Petaluma minimum wage will increase to $15.85 per hour. The wage applies to all employers regardless of size, unless exempt by law.October 2021
California (Richmond)ConditionalMinimum WageEffective January 1, 2022, the Richmond minimum wage will increase to $15.54 per hour.October 2021
California (San Francisco)ConditionalMinimum WageEffective July 1, 2021, the minimum wage in San Francisco will increase from $16.07 per hour to $16.32 per hour. Employees that perform work in San Francisco, including part-time and temporary employees, must be paid no less than the San Francisco minimum wage.May 2021
California (San Francisco)ConditionalCOVID-19 Protection NoticeSan Francisco has passed the COVID-Related Employment Protections Ordinance. This ordinance prohibits employment discrimination on the basis of COVID-19 status. Employers may not fire, threaten to fire, suspend, discipline, or in any other manner take adverse action against an employee who is absent or unable to work, or who requests time off from work, because the employee tested positive for COVID-19 or is isolating or quarantining due to COVID-19 symptoms or exposure.March 2021
California (Santa Monica)ConditionalMinimum WageEffective July 1, 2021, the minimum wage will increase to $15.00 per hour.June 2021
California (Santa Rosa)ConditionalMinimum WageEffective January 1, 2022, the Santa Rosa minimum wage will increase to $15.85 per hour for large and small businesses.October 2021
California (South San Francisco)ConditionalMinimum WageEffective January 1, 2021, the minimum wage in the city of South San Francisco will increase from $15.00 per hour to $15.24 per hour.October 2020
California (Los Angeles)ConditionalMinimum WageEffective July 1, 2021, the minimum wage in the City of Los Angeles, CA, will increase to $15.00 per hour for employers with 25 or fewer employees and the minimum wage for employers with 26 or more employees will remain at $15.00 per hour.June 2021
ColoradoMandatoryDiscrimination in EmploymentThe Colorado Department of Regulatory Agencies, Civil Rights Division, expanded protections to include Gender Identity and Gender Expression to the list of protected classes.September 2021
ColoradoMandatoryDiscrimination in Public AccommodationsThe Colorado Department of Regulatory Agencies, Civil Rights Division, expanded protections to include Gender Identity and Gender Expression to the list of protected classes.September 2021
ColoradoMandatoryDiscrimination in HousingThe Colorado Department of Regulatory Agencies, Civil Rights Division, expanded protections to include Gender Identity and Gender Expression to the list of protected classes.September 2021
ColoradoMandatoryMinimum WageEffective January 1, 2021, the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment increased the state minimum wage from $12.00 to $12.32 and the minimum wage for tipped employees has increased from $8.98 to $9.30.December 2020
ColoradoMandatoryWorker RightsThe Colorado Department of Labor and Employment updated the Colorado Workplace Public Health Rights Poster: Paid Leave, Whistleblowing, & Protective Equipment. Most notable changes include the COVID-19 leave information has been removed from the poster and an Employer Policies section has been added. The Public Health Emergency Whistleblower law (PHEW) has also updated its coverage to include: “All Employers and Employees, Plus Certain Independent Contractors.”December 2020
DelawareMandatoryMinimum WageEffective January 1, 2022, the minimum wage in Delaware will increase from $9.25 per hour to $10.50 per hour.November 2021
District of ColumbiaMandatoryMinimum WageEffective July 1, 2021, the minimum wage in the District of Columbia will increase from $15.00 per hour to $15.20 per hour for all workers, regardless of the size of the employer.May 2021
District of ColumbiaConditionalLiving WageEffective July 1, 2021, the living wage in the District of Columbia will increase to $15.20 per hour.May 2021
FloridaMandatoryMinimum WageEffective September 30, 2021, the minimum wage rate in Florida will increase from $8.65 per hour to $10 per hour. The tipped minimum wage has increased from $5.63 per hour to $6.98 per hour.September 2021
IllinoisMandatoryVESSAThe State of Illinois Department of Labor has updated its Victim's Economic Security and Safety Act (VESSA) notice. The agency has expanded who is covered by VESSA to include employees’ family members. They have elaborated on what this protected time off may be used for, what "certification" an employer may ask for, and what accommodations an employee may ask for. The notice also includes exceptions to the 48-hour notice rule, and have included a section on Discrimination and Retaliation.March 2021
IllinoisMandatoryMinimum WageEffective January 1, 2021, the minimum wage in the state of Illinois will increase from $10.00 per hour to $11.00 per hour.December 2020
Illinois (Chicago)ConditionalMinimum WageThe Chicago Business Affairs and Consumer Protection has updated the Chicago Labor Standards poster. The poster was updated to include a new section on Wage Theft. According to the notice, the Chicago Labor Standards forbids the theft of wages and benefits including paid time off or other paid benefits.July 2021
Illinois (Chicago)ConditionalMinimum WageEffective July 1, 2021, the minimum wage in Chicago will increase from $12.00 per hour to $12.50 per hour. The minimum wage for large employers (21 or more employees) will increase to $15.00 per hour and the minimum wage for small employers (4-20 employees) will increase to $14.00 per hour.May 2021
Illinois (Chicago)ConditionalAnti-RetaliationThe Chicago Office of Labor Standards released a new notice regarding a COVID-19 Vaccine Anti-Retaliation notice. The ordinance allows all workers in Chicago, including independent contractors, to get vaccinated during work hours. It also requires employers to pay for time off taken to get vaccinated for those emploeyrs who make getting vaccinated mandatory.April 2021
KansasMandatoryEqual Employment OpportunityThe Kansas Human Rights Commission has released an update to its Equal Employment Opportunity Poster expanding sex protections to include “LGBTQ+, all derivatives of sex and pregnancy” and has defined age discrimination as “40 or more years.” The notice also includes updated contact information for the area offices.July 2021
KansasConditionalPublic AccommodationsThe Kansas Human Rights Commission has updated the contact information on its Equal Opportunity in Public Accommodations Poster.July 2021
KentuckyMandatorySafety and Health on the JobThe Kentucky Labor Cabinet, Division of Occupational Safety and Health, released an updated notice with updated information on citations and reporting on any work-related death of an employee.September 2021
LouisianaMandatoryPregnancy Rights of EmployeesLouisiana enacted a new Pregnancy Accommodation law which states that employers who employ more than 25 employees are prohibited from discriminating against an applicant for employment or an employee with medical needs causing limitations arising from pregnancy, childbirth and related medical conditions. Employers must also reasonably accommodate an employee's physical limitations caused by pregnancy unless the employer can demonstrate the accommodation would pose an undue hardship on the operation of its business.November 2021
LouisianaMandatoryEarned Income CreditThe Louisiana Workforce Commission revised the notice to include updated amounts to qualify for the earned income credit.April 2021
MaineMandatoryMinimum WageEffective January 1, 2022, the minimum wage in the state of Maine will increase from $12.15 to $12.75. The Maine Department of Labor updated the Overtime and Service Employee sections of the minimum wage notice to reflect the increase in amount and rate respectively.September 2021
Maine (Portland)ConditionalMinimum WageEffective January 1, 2022, the minimum wage in the City of Portland is $13.00 per hour.October 2021
MarylandMandatoryMinimum WageEffective January 1, 2022, the minimum wage in Maryland will increase from $11.75 per hour to $12.50 per hour for employers with 15 or more employees. The wage for employers with 14 or fewer employees will increase from $11.60 per hour to $12.20 per hour.November 2021
Maryland (Montgomery County)ConditionalMinimum WageEffective July 1, 2021, the minimum wage in Montgomery County increased from $13.00 per hour to $13.50 per hour for small employers with 10 or less employees, $13.25 per hour to $14.00 per hour for mid-sized employers with 11 to 50 employees, and $14.00 per hour to $15.00 per hour for large employers with 51 or more employees.July 2021
MassachusettsMandatoryCOVID-19 Emergency Paid Sick LeaveThe Massachusetts COVID-19 Emergency Paid Sick Leave has been extended through April 1st, 2022. Under the terms of Chapter 16 of the Acts of 2021 (An Act Providing for Massachusetts COVID-19 Emergency Paid Sick Leave), effective May 28, 2021, employers are required to make paid leave time available to employees for COVID-related illnesses, quarantine, and vaccinations, and then may apply for reimbursement from the state.October 2021
MassachusettsMandatoryCOVID-19 Emergency Paid Sick LeaveEffective May 28, 2021, employers are required to make paid leave time available to employees for COVID-related illnesses, quarantine, and vaccinations, and then may apply for reimbursement from the state. This will be in effect through September 30, 2021.June 2021
MichiganMandatoryMinimum WageEffective January 1, 2022, the minimum wage in the state of Michigan will increase to $9.87 per hour.December 2021
MichiganMandatoryUnemployment CompensationThe Michigan Department of Labor and Opportunity updated the Unemployment Compensation Notice to Employees to clarify the Bi-weekly Certification Requirement for businesses. Unless the Bi-Weekly Certification requirement has been waived, eligibility will need to be certified every two weeks to receive benefits. Applicants must also be able, available, and seeking work to be eligible for benefits and must report at least one work search activity bi-weekly.June 2021
MichiganMandatoryMinimum WageEffective January 1, 2021, the minimum wage in the state of Michigan will NOT increase and will remain from $9.65 per hour.December 2020
MinnesotaMandatoryMinimum WageEffective January 1, 2022, the minimum wage in Minnesota will increase from $10.08 per hour to $10.33 per hour for Large Employers (annual revenue of $500,000 or more) and the Small Employer wage (annual revenue of less than $500,000) will increase from $8.21 per hour to $8.42 per hour. The Training wage, Youth wage, and J-1 Visa wage will also increase from $8.21 per hour to $8.42 per hour.November 2021
MissouriMandatoryMinimum WageEffective January 1, 2022, the minimum wage in Missouri will increase from $10.30 per hour to $11.15 per hour.November 2021
MissouriMandatoryVictims Economic Safety and Security Act (VESSA)Private and public employers with 20 or more employees are required to provide leave time and safety accommodations for victims of domestic or sexual violence.September 2021
MissouriMandatoryMinimum WageEffective January 1st, 2021, the minimum wage in Missouri will increase from $9.45 per hour to $10.30 per hour. Tipped employees are to be paid at least $5.15 per hour plus any amount necessary to bring the employee’s total compensation to a minimum of $10.30 per hour.December 2020
MontanaMandatoryMinimum WageThe Montana Department of Labor and Industries released an updated Minimum Wage notice. Effective January 1, 2022, the minimum wage in the state of Montana will increase from $8.75 per hour to $9.20 per hour. The increase correlates with the cost-of-living change based on the Consumer Price Index. The same evaluation and adjustment will be made by September 30th of each year.October 2021
MontanaMandatoryDiscriminationThe Montana Department of Labor & Industry has released an updated Discrimination notice. The agency expanded protections to include "Credit" and "vaccination status" as a protected class.September 2021
NevadaMandatoryCOVID-19 Paid Sick LeaveEffective immediately, Senate Bill 209 covers paid leave during COVID-19 and lists the reasons that an employer shall allow an employee to use paid leave. The new notice also states that employers shall provide two or four hours of paid leave for employees to receive COVID-19 vaccinations.August 2021
NevadaMandatoryFamily Medical LeaveEffective October 1st, 2021, Assembly Bill 190 states that an employer must allow an employee to use any accrued sick leave to assist a member of the immediate family of the employee who has an illness, injury, medical appointment or other authorized medical need.August 2021
NevadaMandatoryEmployment and Training ProgramsEffective October 1st, 2021, Assembly Bill 307 refers to Job Training and Employment Programs. The Department of Employment, Training, and Rehabilitation; (DETR) has put together a list of Training Programs and Business Services along with their website.August 2021
NevadaMandatoryBusiness Operations During Statewide PauseNevada's Office of the Labor Commissioner has released new state guidance for Business Operations During Nevada's "Statewide Pause." The guidance applies to all operating businesses in Nevada and supersedes previous guidance released on July 29, 2020. Face coverings, Signs, Hand Washing, Sanitizations, and Social Distancing are all subjects covered in this notice.August 2021
NevadaMandatoryRules to Be Observed by EmployersEffective July 1st, 2021, the minimum wage in Nevada will increase to $8.75 per hour in the lower tier. The higher tier will increase to $9.75 per hour.June 2021
NevadaMandatoryMinimum WageThe State of Nevada Department of Business and Industry has released the Minimum Wage and Overtime notice for 2021. Effective July 1st, 2021 the minimum wage in Nevada will increase to $8.75 per hour in the lower tier. The higher tier will increase to $9.75 per hour. The overtime rates were adjusted on the 2021 notice to reflect minimum wage increases.April 2021
NevadaMandatoryOccupational Safety and HealthThe proposed penalty amounts have increased. For each serious violations increased from $13,494 to $13,653.February 2021
New MexicoMandatoryMinimum WageEffective January 1, 2021, the New Mexico minimum wage rate increased to $10.50 per hour. Tipped employees are to be paid $2.55 per hour.January 2021
New Mexico (Bernalillo County)ConditionalMinimum WageEffective January 1, 2021, the minimum wage will increase to $9.35 per hour.November 2020
New Mexico (Santa Fe)MandatoryMinimum WageEffective March 1, 2021, the Sante Fe city minimum wage rate increased to $12.32 per hour. February 2021
New YorkMandatoryMinimum WageEffective December 31, 2021, the New York minimum wage is $13.20 per hour for both regular and tipped workers. Also, the poster includes minimum wage increases to New York City, Long Island, and Westchester County.December 2021
New YorkMandatoryMinimum WageEffective December 31, 2020, the New York minimum wage is $12.50 per hour for both regular and tipped workers. Also, the poster includes minimum wage increases to New York City, Long Island, and Westchester County.December 2020
North CarolinaMandatoryWage and HourThe notice was updated to include changes to the exceptions of the overtime law and where an individual can reference these exceptions.February 2021
North CarolinaMandatoryWorkers' CompThe North Carolina Industrial Commission has released an updated Worker's Compensation notice. The notice has updated the amount of medical cost mandated to file a report as well as redesigning the notice to include a logo change. The employer must report all Injuries within 5 days to the Industrial Commission if the employee misses more than 1 day from work or if cumulative medical costs exceed $4,000, an increase from the previous $2,000 mandated before.December 2020
OhioMandatoryMinimum WageThe Ohio Department of Commerce Division of Industrial Compliance has recently released an update to the Minimum Wage poster. Effective January 1, 2022, the wage rate will increase from $8.80 per hour to $9.30 per hour. The tipped minimum wage rate is increasing from $4.40 to $4.65 per hour.September 2021
OhioMandatoryEqual Employment OpportunityThe Ohio Civil Rights Commission has released an update to its Equal Employment Opportunity is the Law Poster. They have added protections for Pregnancy, Sexual Orientation, and Gender Identity. Women affected by pregnancy, childbirth or related medical condition must be afforded leave for a reasonable period of time and may not be discharged under a policy providing insufficient or no leave. They have also extended sex discrimination to include prohibition of employment discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation and gender identity. Acceptable complaints filed with the OCRC has been extended from six months to two years of the last act of discrimination or harassment.July 2021
OklahomaMandatoryUnemployment Insurance BenefitsThe Unemployment Insurance Beneftis notice was updated to include a new claim filing process and informs workers who are unemployed where to obtain information on “Reemployment Assistance for the Unemployed – Informational Booklet for Workers Who are Unemployed.”September 2021
OklahomaMandatoryWorkers' CompensationThe Workers' Compensation notice was updated to include new services an employer must provide to injured employees covered by the Administrative Workers' Compensation Act.May 2021
OregonMandatoryMinimum WageEffective July 1, 2021, the minimum wage will increase from $12.00 per hour to $12.75 per hour. Other increases will go into effect for Portland Metro Areas and non-Urban counties.May 2021
OregonMandatoryPaid Sick LeaveThe Oregon Paid Sick Leave notice was updated to include expanded protections for bereavement, parental leave, and leave to care for a child whose school or place of care is closed because of a public health emergency.May 2021
OregonMandatoryFamily Medical LeaveThe Oregon Family Medical Leave notice includes expanded protections for taking time off to care for a child whose school or place of care is closed because of a public health emergency.May 2021
OregonMandatoryEqual PayThe Oregon Equal Pay notice includes new expanded protections, stating that it is illegal for an employer to pay an employee less than someone else because of their pay history.May 2021
Pennsylvania (Philadelphia)MandatoryCOVID-19 Paid Sick LeaveEffective March 29th, 2021, the Philadelphia Public Health Emergency Leave law went into effect and will be effective for the duration of the COVID-19 pandemic. This law requires employers with 50 or more employees provide up to 80 hours of paid sick leave to certain employees for specific COVID-19 reasons, including care for self or family member showing symptoms of COVID-19, care for self or family member exposed to COVID-19 in order to self-isolate, childcare or school closure, in order to receive a vaccine or recover from injury, disability or illness related to vaccination, or if you need to miss work for the reasons outlined above, you can request paid sick leave from your employer.April 2021
South DakotaMandatoryMinimum WageEffective January 1, 2022, the South Dakota minimum wage is changing. The South Dakota Department of Labor and Regulation updated the minimum wage poster to reflect a minimum wage increase from $9.45 to $9.95 per hour. Employers with tipped employees must pay a cash wage of no less than $4.975 per hour, which is no less than 50% of the state minimum wage.October 2021
VermontMandatoryMinimum WageEffective January 1, 2022, the minimum wage rate in Vermont will increase from $11.75 per hour to $12.55 per hour. The basic wage rate for tipped employees will increase from $5.88 per hour to $6.28 per hour.November 2021
VermontMandatoryMeals and LodgingThe Vermont Department of Labor updated its Meals and Lodging Allowance workplace poster. Effective January 2021, rates have increased for breakfast, lunch, dinner, full board, nightly lodging, full room, and full room and board.January 2021
Vermont (Burlington)ConditionalLiving WageEffective July 1, 2021, the Burlington Living Wage is $15.64 per hour when an employer offers employer assisted health insurance and $16.66 per hour when an employer does not offer employer assisted health insurance.July 2021
VirginiaMandatoryMinimum WageEffective January 1, 2022, the Virginia minimum wage rate will increase from $9.50 per hour to $11 per hour. Tips plus wages must now meet Virginia's minimum wage rate for tipped employees.December 2021
VirginiaMandatoryJob Safety and Health ProtectionThe Virginia Department of Labor and Industry released an updated Job Safety and Health Protection notice with increased penalty limits for serious, other-than-serious, and willfully repeated violations. The penalty limits for serious violations increased from $13,277 to $13,434 and penalty amounts for willful or repeat violations increased from $132,764 to $134,333.October 2021
VirginiaMandatoryReasonable Accommodations for DisabilityEffective July 1, 2021, employers with more than five employees must provide reasonable accommodations for otherwise qualified persons with disabilities if necessary to assist such a person in performing a particular job, unless the accommodation would impose an undue hardship on the employer.July 2021
VirginiaMandatoryMinimum WageEffective May 1, 2021, the new state minimum wage in Virginia will increase from the current federal minimum wage of $7.25 per hour to $9.50 per hour.April 2021
VirginiaMandatoryWhistleblower Protection HotlineThe Office of the State Inspector General has released a new poster in accordance with the a recent revision to The Fraud and Abuse Whistleblower Protection Act. The Act protects workers from retaliation for reporting instances of wrongdoing or abuse committed by governmental agencies or independent contractors of governmental agencies. The Whistleblower Law also authorizes an employee-whistleblower to bring a lawsuit seeking injuctive relief, reinstastement, and uncapped compensation for lost wages, benefits, and other remuneration.April 2021
WashingtonMandatoryMinimum WageEffective January 1, 2022, the minimum wage in the state of Washington increased from $13.69 per hour to $14.49 per hour. Workers who are 14 or 15 years old may be paid 85% of the adult minimum wage, or $12.32 per hour.October 2021
Washington (SeaTac)ConditionalMinimum WageEffective January 1, 2022, the minimum wage in the City of SeaTac will increase to $17.53 per hour.October 2021
Washington (Seattle)ConditionalMinimum WageEffective January 1, 2022, the minimum wage in Seattle will increase to $17.27 per hour for Large Employers (501 or more employees) and for Small Employers (500 or fewer employees) $17.27 per hour or $15.75 per hour if the employer pays $1.52 per hour toward an employee's medical benefits and/or if the employee earns at least $1.52 per hour in tips.October 2021
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