State and Federal agencies have released more than 300 mandatory changes to State and Federal labor law postings in the U.S. since 2006. Which states have been the most active?
U.S. State with Most Mandatory Labor Law Changes
Arizona leads the nation not only in tuition costs and in the number of children registered with the Affordable Care Act, it also is the U.S. State with the most mandatory changes to labor law postings since 2006.
Top 5 Rankings of U.S. States by Number of Labor Law Changes since 2006
The heat map above shows red for most changes, ranging to white to indicate no posting changes. The top five states in terms of labor law posting change activity since 2006 are:
5. TIE – Maine
Mandatory Federal Changes
With four mandatory changes since 2006, the Federal government is tied for twelfth place with the following U.S. states:
- Rhode Island
- South Carolina
Fewest Mandatory Changes in the U.S.
Puerto Rico and Wyoming have had zero mandatory labor law posting changes since 2006. Montana is fairly calm, as well, with only one mandatory change in that same time.
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