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  • New York Employment Law 2023 Updates
    March 8, 2023

    New York Employment Law 2023 Updates

    New York Employment Law 2023 Updates Minimum Wage Increase: The minimum wage in New York State increased to $15.00 per hour for all employees, including fast food workers and tipped workers. Paid Family Leave: Starting in 2023, the maximum amount...

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  • Colorado Labor and Employer Law Updates for 2023
    March 8, 2023

    Colorado Labor and Employer Law Updates for 2023

    Minimum Wage Update This update raises the minimum wage for employees to $13.65 per hour, effective January 1, 2023. Colorado: Amendments to Paid Sick Leave Pay Calculation Effective January 1, 2023, regulations changed regarding how employers calculate the rate of...

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  • Texas Governor Abbott Bans State Vaccine Mandates
    October 19, 2021

    Texas Governor Abbott Bans State Vaccine Mandates

    Texas Republican Governor Greg Abbott, who has been very outspoken on opposing coronavirus mandates, recently signed an executive order prohibiting all organizations from requiring employees or customers be vaccinated against COVID-19. The new Executive Order GA-40 states that no “entity in...

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  • New California Employment Laws for 2022
    October 15, 2021

    New California Employment Laws for 2022

    California Governor Gavin Newsom recently signed several bills into law which affect many businesses and business owners in the state. Listed below is a summary of the new employment laws that are set to take effect in 2022.  1.  AB...

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  • Paid Time Off for Employees to Vote 2020
    October 29, 2020

    Paid Time Off for Employees to Vote 2020

    Election day is Tuesday, November 3rd. Several states have voting laws in place that give employees paid time off to vote. These laws that are in place differ concerning how much time off employees get, giving their employers notice, scheduling, whether...

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  • Concerns Employers Have About Mask Mandates
    August 21, 2020

    Concerns Employers Have About Mask Mandates

    There are a number of issues that employers are having as states and large companies have begun mandating mask-wearing policies in effort to slow the spread of COVID-19. These issues have appeared in several different ways. Customers can become aggressive because they...

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  • Colorado Approves the "Healthy Families and Workplace Act"
    July 30, 2020

    Colorado Approves the "Healthy Families and Workplace Act"

    On June 15, 2020, the Colorado Legislation passed SB20-205, “The Healthy Families and Workplace Act,” that provides Colorado employees paid sick leave for various circumstances. The Act provides two phased expansions: On and after the effective date (when the bill...

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