The Department of Labor will return to issuing opinion letters in response to employers' questions, a move that North Carolina employment attorney Robin Shea calls "very good news for employers."
Updated to reflect increases in the state's three-region minimum wage, effective July 1, 2017.
Updated to reflect the Flagstaff minimum wage ordinance, effective July 1, 2017.
Although the authors cautioned that their findings should not be generalized to minimum wage policies set by other localities, the research has the potential to shape the minimum wage debate nationwide.
As mandated by the Flagstaff, Arizona, Office of Labor Standards, Flagstaff employers covered by the Flagstaff Minimum Wage Ordinance must display the Flagstaff, Arizona, Minimum Wage Poster.