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Mandatory Labor Law Updates by State for 2019

Labor Laws are constantly changing and we know you want to keep up-to-date, that's why we stay on top of the game to bring you the latest updates. Are your posters compliant? You can use this page to quickly view the latest State and Federal labor law updates.

State Update Description Effective Date Purchase
Nevada Paid Leave Gov. Steve Sisolak has signed Senate Bill 312, which requires Nevada employers with 50 or more employees to provide employees with paid leave. The law includes a posting requirement. Rev: 7/19

Eff: 1/20
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Maryland State Minimum Wage The state’s Senate has overridden the governor’s veto and has passed the Fight for Fifteen bill. The minimum wage will increase to $11 per hour on January 1, 2020, and this will bring a mandatory posting change. The rate will increase each January until it reaches $15 per hour on January 1, 2025. Rev: 5/19

Eff: 1/20
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Massachusetts Paid Family Medical Leave (State) The state’s Paid Family Medical Leave Law includes a posting requirement.
Originally scheduled to take effect 7-01-19 the law will now take effect 10-01-19
10-1-2019
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North Dakota Reemployment Assistance Law The Unemployment Insurance (UI) Division has been renamed the Reemployment Assistance (RA) Division. This is a result of HB 1035 which passed during the 2019 legislative session. 8-01-2019
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Texas Paid Sick Leave The City of Dallas Paid Sick Leave Ordinance will go into effect on August 1, 2019 for employers with more than five employees. These employers are required to display the notice in a conspicuous place where it is easily visible to all employees. 8-01-2019
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New Jersey Child Labor & Unemployment Insurance Text changes. 7-01-2019
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Indiana State OSHA Updated to add information about penalties that could be imposed in connection with a worker fatality. 7-01-2019
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Georgia Workers Compensation Bill of Rights The Bill of Rights for the Injured Worker shows new benefit amounts. 7-01-2019
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Nevada Minimum Wage Bulletin The state’s minimum wage bulletin has been updated with the scheduled wage increases ranging from 7/1/2019, to 7/1/2024. The 2019 remains the same. 7-01-2019
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Nevada Nursing Mothers Accommodation Act Under the Nursing Mother’s Accommodation Act, employers must provide nursing mothers who have a child under the age of 1 with a reasonable break time to express breast milk. This break may be provided with or without compensation. 7-01-2019
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New Jersey Wage & Hour Abstract Under a law signed February 1, 2019, the minimum wage will increase to $10 per hour on July 1, 2019, and to $11 per hour on January 1, 2020. The tipped rate will increase to $2.63 per hour on July 1, 2019, and to $3.13 per hour on January 1, 2020. There is also a training wage and rates for small employers and agricultural workers. The minimum wage is subject to annual increases under state law through 2024 7-01-2019
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Oregon State Minimum Wage The state’s minimum wage will increase under state law on July 1. 7-01-2019
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Oregon Agricultural Employees Minimum Wage The state’s minimum wage as it pertains to agricultural employees will increase under state law on July 1. 7-01-2019
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D.C. Paid Family Leave Completely new poster for the DC Paid Family Leave Law that explains who is covered by the law and how the program works. 7-01-2019
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Indiana Teen Work Hour Restrictions Shows changes to the state’s child labor laws. The law now allows 14- and 15-year-olds to work until 10 p.m. on days not followed by a school day. They can also work more than three hours on Fridays when school is not in session. Federal laws for 14- and 15-year-olds have been added to the poster. 7-01-2019
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Hawaii Discrimination +
Dislocated Workers/Plant Closing +
Minimum Wage +
HIOSH +
Unemployment Insurance +
Workers' Compensation
Several postings have been updated with the new Director's name. 6-01-2019
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Colorado Workers Compensation Claims website address has been updated. 6-01-2019
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Kentucky EEO/Pregnancy Accommodation The Kentucky Commission on Human Rights has made a mandatory change to the Equal Employment Opportunity posting to add information about the Kentucky Pregnant Workers Act. 6-01-2019
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Washington Rights As A Worker Four significant changes have been made:
• Leave for victims of domestic violence, sexual assault or stalking (posting update required effective Dec. 31, 2019; willful posting violation carries a $100 fine);
• Paid Family and Medical Leave (effective January 1, 2020);
• Equal Pay Opportunity Act (effective June 6, 2018);
• Meal and rest break information for agricultural workers (reflects a 2015 state Supreme Court decision).
In addition, the poster clarifies that teens are required to have authorization forms before beginning work.
5-01-2019
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Federal Contractor Poster NLRA New website/phone contact information, and minor changes to wording throughout the notice. This update effects the Federal Contractor poster. 5-01-2019
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Colorado Colorado Employment Security Act (Unemployment Insurance) Workers now have the right to be properly classified as employees or independent contractors. Improper classification (also called misclassification) of employees as independent contractors can cause problems for both workers and businesses in Colorado. 5-01-2019
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Michigan Workers Compensation Michigan law requires that an employer must be able to prove it can pay benefits in the event that a worker is injured on the job. 5-01-2019
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Oklahoma State OSHA New commissioner: Leslie Osborn. 4-01-2019
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Wisconsin Minimum Wage Statute number added and contact information change. 4-01-2019
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Wisconsin Employees With Disabilities Statute number added and contact information change. 4-01-2019
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Wisconsin Honesty Testing Devices Statute number added and contact information change. 4-01-2019
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Ohio Unemployment Compensation Contact info updated. 4-01-2019
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New Jersey Family Leave Insurance Gov. Phil Murphy has signed legislation which will expand coverage of the Family Leave Act (FLA) to include employers with 30 more employees. It also expands the definition of family member under the FLA, and for Family Leave Insurance and SAFE Act purposes. 4-01-2019
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New Jersey Family Leave Act The Family Leave Act posting notes that the Act will apply to employers with at least 30 employees. The poster also includes additional details about the Act. 4-01-2019
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New York Time Off For Voting A state budget amendment changes the state’s Election Law to entitles employees to three hours of paid time off to vote 4-01-2019
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Virginia Earned Income Tax Credit Revised with the new Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) income thresholds as well as an expanded section on who qualifies for EITC and how to make a claim. The new poster provides a website address where people can visit the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) site for help with their taxes. 4-01-2019
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Nevada Minimum Wage Bulletin The state’s minimum wage bulletin has been updated with information that will be in effect from 7/1/2019, to 6/30/2020. The rates will remain the same as the previous year. 4-01-2019
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Nevada Overtime Bulletin The state’s overtime bulletin has been updated with information that will be in effect from 7/1/2019, to 6/30/2020. The rates will remain the same as the previous year. 4-01-2019
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California Family Care and Medical Leave (CFRA Leave) Includes the new NPLA 4-01-2019
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Maryland Child Labor Law Revised to correct wording 3-01-2019
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Florida Workers' Compensation The Florida workers’ compensation poster, also known as the “broken arm” poster,” has been updated with a new URL for reporting workers’ compensation fraud. 3-01-2019
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Federal Law Right To Work The Right to Work posting was updated to reduce any unnecessary information and make it clearer for employees to understand the details of the posting. 2-01-2019
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Federal Contactor Right To Work The Right to Work posting was updated to reduce any unnecessary information and make it clearer for employees to understand the details of the posting. 2-01-2019
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Maine Employment Security Law The notice provides information for full- and part-time workers related to filing for Unemployment Insurance (UI) benefits 3-01-2019
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Michigan Minimum Wage & Paid Medical Leave Act Minimum wage revised to include new 2019, 2020, and 2021 rates. Paid Medical Leave Act is a complete new poster requirement for the state of Michigan 3-29-2019
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Nevada Domestic Violence Bulletin The Nevada Department of Business & Industry has updated their Domestic Violence Bulletin. The updated notice reflects a new Governor and a new Director of the Department. 3-29-2019
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New Jersey Earned Sick Leave Revised to include new information about when sick leave is available for use as well as a new website for the NJ Department of Labor and Workforce Development 2-26-2019
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Kentucky State OSHA The Occupational Safety and Health Standards Board has been abolished under an executive order issued by Gov. Matthew Bevin. The board’s duties have been transferred to the Office of the Secretary of the Kentucky Labor Cabinet. 2-2-2019
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Kentucky Wage and Hour Laws , Wage Discrimination, Child Labor The Wage and Hour posting has been reformatted to make it easier to read. Details about overtime and time and one half for work done on the seventh day of the week have been removed. Contact information on all posters has been updated. 2-2-2019
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Idaho State EEO The list of protected classes was expanded. This poster is required for recipients of federal financial assistance in Idaho. 1-22-2019
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Maine Workers' Compensation The Board has adopted amendments various workers' compensation regulations for providers related to billing procedures, reimbursement, as well as medical information being sent to employees insurance company. 1-01-2019
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Illinois Sexual Harassment & Discrimination The posting explains employees’ rights under the Illinois Human Rights Act. The law states that employees have the right to be free from unlawful discrimination and sexual harassment in the workplace. 1-1-2019
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Illinois ISERRA New posting: The Illinois Attorney General’s Office passed the Illinois Service Member Employment & Reemployment Rights Act (ISERRA), which “clarifies and strengthens” existing laws to ensure service members’ employment and rights protection while fulfilling military requirements 1-1-2019
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D.C. Protecting Pregnant Workers Fairness Act The posting reflects recent changes to the law. 1-1-2019
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Alaska Minimum Wage Updated with new 2019 minimum wage rate of $9.89 per hour. 1-1-2019
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Arizona Minimum Wage Updated with new 2019 minimum wage rate of $11.00 per hour. 1-1-2019
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Arkansas Minimum Wage Revised to include the new minimum wages for 2019, 2020, and 2021. 1-1-2019
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California Minimum Wage Updated with new 2019 minimum wage rate of $12.00 per hour. 1-1-2019
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Colorado Minimum Wage Updated with new 2019 minimum wage rate of $11.10 per hour. 1-1-2019
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Delaware Minimum Wage Updated with new 2019 minimum wage rate of $8.75 per hour. 1-1-2019
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D.C. Minimum Wage Updated with new 2019 minimum wage rate of $14.00 per hour. 1-1-2019
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Federal Contractors Minimum Wage Updated with new 2019 minimum wage rate of $10.60 per hour. 1-1-2019
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Florida Minimum Wage Updated with new 2019 minimum wage rate of $8.46 per hour. 1-1-2019
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Maine Minimum Wage Updated with new 2019 minimum wage rate of $11.00 per hour. 1-1-2019
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Massachusetts Minimum Wage Updated with new 2019 minimum wage rate of $12.00 per hour. 1-1-2019
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Minnesota Minimum Wage Updated with new 2019 minimum wage rate of $9.86 per hour. 1-1-2019
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Missouri Minimum Wage Updated with new 2019 minimum wage rate of $8.10 per hour. 1-1-2019
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New Jersey Minimum Wage Updated with new 2019 minimum wage rate of $8.85 per hour. 1-1-2019
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New York Minimum Wage Updating with new 2019 minimum wage rates. 1-1-2019
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Ohio Minimum Wage Updated with new 2019 minimum wage rate of $8.55 per hour. 1-1-2019
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Rhode Island Minimum Wage Updated with new 2019 minimum wage rate of $10.50 per hour. 1-1-2019
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South Dakota Minimum Wage Updated with new 2019 minimum wage rate of $9.10 per hour. 1-1-2019
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Vermont Minimum Wage Updated with new 2019 minimum wage rate of $10.78 per hour. 1-1-2019
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Washington Minimum Wage Updated with new 2019 minimum wage rate of $12.00 per hour. 1-1-2019
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