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January 5, 2022 California Minimum Wage
The California Minimum Wage poster has been updated to reflect an increase in the state minimum wage. The minimum wage will increase from $14.00 per hour to $15.00 per hour for employers with 26 or more employees, and from $13.00 per hour to $14.00 per hour for employers with 25 or fewer employees effective January 1, 2022. Future increases for 2023 were also added to the poster. Order Updated Poster >
December 28, 2021 New Mexico Minimum Wage
The New Mexico Minimum Wage poster has been updated to reflect an increase in the minimum wage. Effective January 1, 2022, the minimum wage will increase from $10.50 per hour to $11.50 per hour. Order Updated Poster >
December 22, 2021 Colorado Minimum Wage
The Colorado Minimum Wage poster has been updated to reflect an increase in the minimum wage. Effective January 1, 2022, the minimum wage rate will increase from $12.32 per hour to $12.56 per hour for non-tipped employees and from $9.30 an hour to $9.54 per hour for tipped employees. Order Updated Poster >
December 22, 2021 Colorado Fair Employment
The Colorado Fair Employment poster has been updated to prohibit two new protected categories. Gender identity and gender expression have been added as protected categories under Colorado’s anti-discrimination law. Order Updated Poster >
December 22, 2021 Colorado Paid Leave and Whistleblower
The Colorado Paid Leave and Whistleblower poster has been updated to reflect changes to the Healthy Families and Workplaces Act (HFWA). Beginning in 2022, the HFWA covers employers of any size and allows employees to earn 1 hour of paid leave per 30 hours worked, with a maximum of 48 hours of paid leave per year. Order Updated Poster >
December 20, 2021 New Jersey Family Leave Act
The New Jersey Family Leave Act poster has been updated to reflect additional protections under the New Jersey Family Leave Act. A new law expands protections to allow employees forced to take time off to care for a family member during the COVID-19 outbreak with up to 12 weeks of unpaid family leave in a 24-month period without losing their job. The poster has also been reformatted. Order Updated Poster >
December 20, 2021 New York Hospitality Minimum Wage
The New York Hospitality Industry Minimum Wage poster has been updated to reflect an increase in the minimum wage.  The minimum wage in Long Island and Westchester County, NY will increase from $14.00 per hour to $15.00 per hour, and the minimum wage for service employees will increase from $11.65 per hour to $12.50 per hour effective December 31, 2021.  The food service worker minimum wage will also increase. The minimum wage for the remainder of New York State will increase from $12.50 per hour to $13.20 per hour, and the minimum wage for service employees will increase from $10.40 per hour to $11.00 per hour effective December 31, 2021. The food service worker minimum wage will also increase. Order Updated Poster >
December 20, 2021 New York Minimum Wage
The New York Minimum Wage poster has been updated to reflect an increase to the minimum wage for Long Island and The New York Minimum Wage poster has been updated to reflect an increase to the minimum wage for Long Island and Westchester County and remainder of New York State. The minimum wage for Long Island and Westchester County will increase from $14.00 per hour to $15.00 per hour and the remainder of New York State from $12.50 per hour to $13.20 per hour, effective December 31, 2021. The minimum wage for all employees in New York City will remain at the same $15.00 per hour rate. This posting appears on the New York Combination Poster. Westchester County and remainder of New York State. The minimum wage for Long Island and Westchester County will increase from $14.00 per hour to $15.00 per hour and the remainder of New York State from $12.50 per hour to $13.20 per hour, effective December 31, 2021. The minimum wage for all employees in New York City will remain at the same $15.00 per hour rate. Order Updated Poster >
December 16, 2021 District of Columbia Unemployment Insurance
The District of Columbia Unemployment Insurance poster has been released by the District of Columbia Department of Employment Services. The Unemployment Insurance poster notifies employees of the District of Columbia Unemployment Compensation Act which established a system of protecting insured workers from complete wage loss when they become unemployed through no fault of their own. Order Updated Poster >
December 16, 2021 District of Columbia Paid Family Leave
The District of Columbia Paid Family Leave poster has been updated to reflect that employees can now take paid leave for prenatal medical care for up to 2 weeks in a year. The poster was also updated to reflect that employees can now take 6 weeks of leave for their own serious health condition. Order Updated Poster >

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