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Does No Change to the Federal Minimum Wage Really Matter?

Published on 3/9/2017 12:00:00 AM
Although the federal minimum wage stalled, state & local rates are rising. This means that employers may be forced to pay higher wages than what the national minimum wage rate currently is. Check out our infographic for more details.

 
 
Ashley Kaplan, Esq.
Presented by: Ashley Kaplan, Esq.,
Senior Employment Law Attorney
Federal deregulation efforts continue under the new administration. But history shows that when federal regulation slows, state and local regulatory activity increases. Nowhere is this more evident than in the area of employment law. Over the last year, many states and cities have stepped up their own legislative activity by passing a record number of new employment laws. And with each new law there is a potential poster update or new poster being issued. Depending on your state, you may now be required to post up to 21 labor law notices. And that doesn’t include local postings: more cities and counties are issuing mandatory posters than ever before.
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