New Minimum Wages Are Coming to Florida


The constitutional amendment to gradually raise Florida’s official minimum wage from $8.56 per hour to $15 per hour by September 2026 has won the vote. The first minimum wage hike to be approved in almost 15 years (from $5.15 an hour to $6.15

Tips for hiring independent contractors

Business Management Daily

The use of freelancers or independent contractors has become increasingly popular over the past decade. When carried out correctly, the lack of benefits and employment law protections is often offset by increased flexibility and earning potential for the independent contract worker.


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Massachusetts wage and hour laws you need to know

Genesis HR Solutions

As an employer in the Commonwealth, you need to understand the complexities specific to Massachusetts salary laws, hiring, and employing workers. In this article, we’ll discuss Massachusetts wage and hour laws, all of which are referenced in the Wage and Hour section of the website. Massachusetts Wage And Hour Laws: 2020 & Beyond. Minimum Wage. per hour. The minimum wage will increase $0.75

Watch Out California Employers: SB 1162 On Track To Become Law


California’s latest pay equity legislation, SB 1162 passed the State Assembly Appropriations Committee late last week. . It’s good news for the Golden State as it continues to lead the way in equal pay initiatives. Newsom has until September 30, 2022, to sign the bill into law.

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California’s New SB 1162 Promotes Total Pay Transparency


California is again at the forefront of national efforts to close the wage gap with the introduction of SB 1162. First introduced by California Senator Monique Limón in February 2022, the bill would become one of the most aggressive pay equity laws in the nation if passed.

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Minimum Wage, Maximum Pressure: The Journey Toward $15/Hour


On April 27, 2021, President Biden signed a new Executive Order, “ Increasing the Minimum Wage for Federal Contractors.” The timing of this new E.O. No one … working 40 hours a week should live below the poverty line.”. per hour. ?

Astron Solutions’ 2021 Wrap-Up: Our Key Takeaways

Astron Solutions

We find ourselves at the end of another year. In this last Astronology® for 2021, we will recap some emerging HR trends we saw in the year. In addition, we faced an unforeseen event this year that was influenced by the recent pandemic – the so-called “Great Resignation.”

4 Ways We Can Fix a Broken Workforce Opportunity System


2020 has been a year filled with many challenges and uncertainties, whether it's the loss of Black lives, unemployment, or the impacts of the coronavirus. By no means are these challenges going to be easy to solve, but I’m confident in the common good of humanity.

Our Commitments to ESG at Workday


When Workday was founded in 2005, we set out not only to redefine the enterprise software industry, but to do what’s right as we did it. We built the company on a set of core values , which 17 years later still guide all our decisions and actions. ESG and the World Around Us.

Christine Spadafor On How We Need To Adjust To The Future Of Work

Thrive Global

Employees, particularly younger ones entering the workforce, are prioritizing corporate Purpose when selecting prospective employers. They want an environment of equality across the board: gender, ethnicity, age, race, pay. In this time of the war for talent, articulating Purpose?—?and

Tackling Logistics Labor Shortages: Why Employee Benefits Are Key


Most of us who are not in the logistics industry don’t really think about how all the stuff that we buy gets delivered to the store shelves or to our doors. In 2020, the industrial world faced a challenge, the likes of which it had never seen before.

The War for Talent: Could the End Be in Sight?

Slayton Search Partners

You’ve heard the buzzwords by now. All it takes is one scroll through your LinkedIn feed to become quickly acquainted with terms like “The Great Resignation” and “candidate-driven markets.” The Talent Shortage at a Glance. The Retirement Effect.

Tax year 2022/2023: everything you need to know about the upcoming legislative changes


With the current tax year ending on 5 April 2022, the 2022/2023 tax year introduces many key pieces of legislation affecting millions of employers and employees across the UK. In preparation for the upcoming tax year end, we’ve prepared an extensive list of all the regulatory changes that you need to be aware of. Please note that the below content is for information purposes and shouldn’t be taken as formal tax advice. National minimum wage changes .

Maternity Leave Laws by State


Offering new parents leave has been shown to improve employee engagement and retention and helps companies avoid a gender misbalance in the workplace. Whether a new parent is guaranteed time off varies state by state, depending on a company’s size and location. 58% of average wages.

4 Key Takeaways From Workday’s 2021 Global Impact Report


At Workday, we’ve built a strong foundation of core values that guide every decision we make and every action we take, from how we’re putting people at the center of enterprise software to how we’re inspiring a brighter work day for all. Though we still have work to do, I’d like to share some of my key takeaways from these past couple of years; you can read more details in the report. Interested in learning more?