Several states are increasing their respective minimum wages in 2017, but some are still waiting to release the necessary updated documents. Beginning January 1 (or in some cases before the end of January), eleven states will require new documentation that reflects increases in minimum wage payments to employees. Additionally, Washington DC is also increasing its minimum wage in 2017.
Alaska, California, Colorado, Maryland, Michigan, Montana, New Jersey, and Ohio have each released the required documents, and updated posters are being shipped to all LaborLove subscribers in those states. Meanwhile, Arizona, Maine, and New York are still waiting to release their documentation.
LaborLove subscribers in AZ, ME, and NY will receive updated posters as soon as the documents are available. If you are a business in one of these states, feel free to contact us or sign up for our newsletter for updates on the progress of minimum wage documents. We will always make sure you've got the right information the minute it's available.