Of course, several more posting updates will be announced as 2020 draws closer. Employers should verify their compliance in jurisdictions where they have locations and/or employees.
As the days grow shorter, the list of mandatory posting updates grows longer. Cities and states have announced mandatory posting updates for minimum wage in recent weeks.
With 2020 just two and a half months away, employers must get ready for increases to minimum wage rates. But beyond the payroll implications, compliance teams should make sure they’re prepared for updating postings.
Below is a list of mandatory posting updates that have been announced so far in October. By Jan. 1, 2020, businesses in the corresponding jurisdictions must hang these postings in a conspicuous area or provide them electronically, if applicable.
Of course, several more updates will be announced as 2020 draws closer. Employers should verify their compliance in jurisdictions where they have locations and/or employees. For those who want to get ahead of the required date, the following postings are currently available.
In Albuquerque, N.M., employers will be required to have the new posting up in both English and Spanish.
$8.35 if the employer provides healthcare and/or childcare benefits to the employee during any pay period and the employer pays an amount for these benefits equal to or in excess of an annualized cost of $2,500
$5.60 for tipped employees
Employers know to keep a close eye on requirements in California, where employment law changes quickly and often.
The new minimum wage posting has been announced in Sonoma, Calif., with rates moving to:
$13.50 for companies with 26 or more employees
$12.50 for companies with 25 or fewer employees
Redwood City, Calif.
Redwood City, Calif., has an updated minimum wage posting that is required for all employers.
Spanish and Chinese versions of the posting are optional.
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