Should a new minimum wage come with some education?

The push for a new minimum wage of $15 per hour is starting to gain some traction. Recently the state of New Jersey joined the small number of states and municipalities that now have a $15 per hour minimum wage. The new wage is not going to be enacted until 2024, so it does not …

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Five Employment law highlights from around the country

Here are a few notable tidbits I came across as I was scanning news stories and blogs. The $15 an hour minimum wage trend picks up some steam as Los Angeles votes to raise the minimum wage to $15 per hour in increments until it tops $15 in 2020. Small businesses (under 25 employees) will …

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The Trend to Increase Minimum Wage Continues- Is the FLSA next?

The recent midterm elections not only brought about a change in the balance of power in Congress it also continued a trend that has been developing. This is the trend of increasing minimum wages in state laws. Five states had voters that voted to increase their state minimum wage. Additionally two cities, both in California, …

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Are you aware the Feds are about to rattle your world?

Most of you have heard the uproar in the press about minimum wage. Some of you may have heard the stuff about changes in the Fair Labor Standards Act and other wage and hour issues. I wanted to set the record right about these things. Federal Contractors First… none of this stuff has been put …

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