Employment Poster requirements are continuously changing throughout the year. In addition to minimum wage changes, there are often state, local, and industry-specific policy changes that require poster updates. If you have one or more employees, your business is required by law to post a current State and Federal Employment Poster in a central location.
HR Knowledge monitors and tracks employment and labor law postings to keep our clients up to date and in compliance with all posting requirements.
Below are recent poster changes to help employers ensure they are using the updated version of their employment posters.
- California – The following cities/counties have updated their Minimum Wage Notices, effective July 1, 2022:
|City of Alameda||$15.75/hour|
|City of Berkeley||$16.99/hour|
|City of Emeryville||$17.68/hour|
|City of Fremont||$16.00/hour|
|City of Los Angeles||$16.04/hour|
|County of Los Angeles||$15.96/hour|
|City of Pasadena||$16.11/hour|
|City of Santa Monica||$15.96/hour|
|City and County of San Francisco||$16.99/hour|
|City of West Hollywood||$16.00/hour for employers with 49 or fewer employees
$16.50/hour for employers with 50 or more employees
- Colorado – The Colorado Department of Labor and Employment has updated its Paid Leave; Whistleblowing & Personal Protective Equipment notice. The updated notice reflects an expansion of health or safety-related whistleblowing rights from being applicable only during a public health emergency to being permanently applicable. The poster revision date is June 28, 2022.
- Maine – The Maine Department of Labor has updated its Minimum Wage notice. The updated notice reflects that, unless specifically exempted, employees must receive overtime pay for hours worked more than 40 in a workweek at a rate not less than time and one and one-half their regular rate of pay. The poster revision date is June 21, 2022.
- Minnesota – The Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry has updated its Unemployment Insurance notice. The updated notice reflects new contact information for the department. The poster revision date was June 15, 2022.
- New Mexico – The New Mexico Department of Workforce Solutions has released its Paid Sick Leave notice. The new Healthy Workplaces Act requires employers to provide employees with one hour of paid sick leave for every thirty hours worked. The poster revision date is June 29, 2022.
- Oregon – The Oregon Bureau of Labor Industries has updated the following notices:
- Breaks & Meals/Overtime & Paychecks – The updated notice reflects information regarding rest periods for minors. Employers with minors under 18 must provide each minor a rest period of not less than 15 minutes. The poster revision date is July 06, 2022.
- Equal Pay – The updated notice clarifies that employers cannot use pay cuts to make an employee’s pay equal with other employees. The poster revision date is July 06, 2022.
- Family Leave Act – The updated notice reflects a new phone number and email address for the Oregon Bureau of Labor and Industries. The poster revision date is July 06, 2022.
- Minimum Wage – The updated notice reflects an adjustment to the 2022-2023 minimum wage rates. The effective date is July 1, 2022. The poster revision date is July 06, 2022.
- Sexual Harassment & Domestic Violence Protection – The updated notice reflects a new domestic violence protection indicating that employers must keep all documents and information confidential. The poster revision date is July 06, 2022.
- Sick Time – The updated notice reflects a new phone number and email address for the Oregon Bureau of Labor and Industries. The poster revision date is July 06, 2022.
- Utah – The Utah Labor Commission has updated its Unemployment Insurance notice. The updated notice reflects changes to the phone numbers and addresses of several state employment centers. The poster revision date was June 16, 2022.
Next Steps for Employers
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