2013 Florida Labor Law Posters
Florida has updated their Minimum Wage labor law poster to show the state’s new wage per hour, which has been increased from $7.67 to $7.79. Tipped employees will see their wage increase from $4.65 to $4.77 per hour. Both of these changes will be effective on January 1st, 2013.
Washington’s Department of Labor & Industries has adjusted its minimum wage for 2013, increasing it from $9.04 to $9.19 per hour. This change will be effective on January 1, 2013. Workers that are 14 or 15 years of age will see their minimum wage change from $7.68 to $7.81 per hour, effective on the same date.
2013 Alabama Labor Law Posters
Alabama has introduced a section in its mandatory Child Labor Laws poster which requires employers to include a new form for employees under the age of 18 on the premises. This new form is part of the general update to record keeping in a business with minors. Employers must now display an Employee Information Form, Proof of Age, and Time Records showing the number of hours worked each day. Child Labor certificate must also be displayed.
New information regarding restrictions that apply to minors and the sale of alcohol has also been added. Immediate family of the alcohol-providing establishment’s owner/operator can now be employed if their work has nothing to do with serving, selling, dispensing, or handing of alcohol.
A minor clarification was also made to the wording in the poster’s punishments section. The words “and/or prosecution” were added.
Lastly, Alabama’s Unemployment Compensation labor law poster now shows proper information in the aftermath of the Department of Industrial Relations and the Alabama Department of Labor merging. A new website address has been added.
2013 Ohio Labor Law Posters
Ohio has revised a number of laws revolving around the Minimum Wage labor law poster, all of which will be effective on January 1, 2013. These revisions include:
- An increase from $7.70 per hour to $7.85 as standing minimum wage for the state, to account for inflation
- An increase from $3.85 per hour to $3.93 (plus tips) as standing minimum wage for tipped employees
- Major adjustments to the exemption criteria for minimum wage. In addition to all previously exempted employees, those with any disabilities that may prove detrimental to their work, altruistic volunteers for private, non-profit food banks, workers that are inconsistently employed on one’s property, and employees who are under the age of 16 have all now been included.
- Lastly, the maximum gross income of employers required to pay at least federal minimum wage to their employees has been raised from $283,000 to $288,000.