Access key resources that help private employers in the District of Columbia stay apprised of HR and employment law developments, obtain insights on how the developments compare to related Federal requirements, and customize tools to comply with state and municipal requirements. All are available to XpertHR subscribers; explore them here! You may wish to start with the following state-specific resources:
You can access the full District of Columbia Employment Law Manual (over 50 state-specific reference resources) and Employee Handbook templates (over 10 state-specific handbook policy templates) below, as well as view key state and municipal deadlines, additional state-specific resources and links to key municipal coverage.
Updated to reflect developments regarding the credit for tipped employees.
Enhanced to improve the comprehensiveness, organization and topics covered of state employment laws.
Enhanced to link users to the most comprehensive coverage of each law and to improve the organization and scope.
July 1 ushers in many new requirements with which employers must comply, including pay equity and salary history inquiry laws intended to bridge the wage gap; employee leave laws that establish or expand employees' rights to leaves of absence and time off from work; and minimum wage rates that increase or, in some cases, take effect for the first time. This article has been updated to reflect discrimination and leave protections for crime victims in Vermont.
If enacted, the ballot initiative would gradually increase the minimum direct cash wage for tipped employees in the District of Columbia so that they receive the same minimum wage directly from their employer as non-tipped employees by 2026.
In-depth review of the spectrum of District of Columbia employment law requirements HR must follow with respect to payment of wages.
Updated to reflect the repeal of the overtime exemption for parking lot and garage attendants under the Wage Theft Prevention Clarification and Overtime Fairness Amendment Act of 2016, effective April 7, 2017.
Updated to reflect the permanent extension of an exemption from a recordkeeping requirement under the Wage Theft Prevention Clarification and Overtime Fairness Amendment Act of 2016, effective April 7, 2017.
Updated to include credit check law, effective April 7, 2017.
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