Georgia Sick Leave and Family Care Act

Eligible Employees Georgia labor laws do require private employers to provide employees with paid or unpaid sick leave. However, if certain employers from the private sector provide sick leave, the Georgia Family Care Act encourages those employers to allow employees that work at least 30 hours per week to use accrued sick leave to care … Read more

Alabama Leave Laws

Vacation Leave In Alabama, employers are not required to provide employees with vacation leave, either paid or unpaid. If an employer chooses to provide vacation leave, it must comply with the terms of its established policy or employment contract. See Amoco Fabrics and Fibers Co. v. Hilson, 669 So.2d 832 (Ala. Sup. Ct. 1995); ISS … Read more

Connecticut Minimum Wage Laws – 2022

The current Connecticut minimum wage rate is $14.00 per hour. Employers must pay their employees Connecticut’s hourly minimum wage rate unless the employer or employee is exempt by state or federal law. Regarding the tip wage rate, Connecticut allows employers, as part of their business operations, to pay service employees who earn tips a tipped … Read more

District of Columbia Minimum Wage Laws – 2022

The current District of Columbia minimum wage rate is $16.10. Employers are required to pay employees District of Columbia’s minimum wage rate for every hour worked unless the employer or employee is exempt by state or federal law. Regarding the tip wage rate, the District of Columbia allows employers to pay employees who earn tips … Read more

Colorado Sick Leave Laws

Under the Colorado Healthy Families and Workplaces Act (HFWA), most Colorado employers are required to provide employees with paid sick leave. CO Statute 8-13.3-401 et seq HFWA allows employers to permit employees to accrue sick leave over time or may award employees a lump sum of sick leave at the beginning of each year. If … Read more

Colorado Leave Laws

Vacation Leave In Colorado, an employer is not required to provide its employees with vacation benefits. CO Department of Labor and Employment – Vacation If an employer chooses to provide such benefits, it must comply with the terms of its established policy or employment contract and must pay employees for earned and determinable earned vacation … Read more

Mississippi Minimum Wage Laws – 2022

Minimum wage Mississippi has not established a state minimum wage rate. Because most employers and employees in Mississippi are subject to the federal Fair Labor Standards Act, the minimum wage set forth in that law would typically apply. Currently, the federal minimum wage is $7.25. Minimum Wage Calculator Tip minimum wage Mississippi does not have … Read more

Nebraska Minimum Wage Laws – 2022

Minimum Wage Nebraska’s current minimum wage is $9.00. Nebraska minimum wage laws do not apply to employers with fewer than four (4) employees. Nebraska employers must also comply with federal minimum wage laws, which currently set the federal minimum wage at $7.25. For more information, see FLSA: Minimum Wage. Suppose an employer chooses to pay … Read more

North Carolina Minimum Wage Laws – 2022

Minimum wage North Carolina’s current minimum wage is $7.25. NC Statute 95-25.3, NC Department of Labor: Minimum Wage North Carolina’s Wage and Hour Act exempts many employees covered by the federal Fair Labor Standards Act from its minimum wage, overtime, youth employment, and recording keeping requirements, specifically those employees who work for enterprises engaged in … Read more

Kentucky Minimum Wage Laws – 2022

Minimum Wage Kentucky’s current minimum wage is $7.25 an hour. If the federal minimum hourly wage increases, the minimum hourly wage in Kentucky will also increase to the same amount. See more information here: KY Statute 337.275(1) Minimum Wage Calculator Tip Minimum Wage Kentucky’s current tipped minimum wage is $2.13 per hour. Kentucky’s tipped minimum … Read more

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