Each state and local government has its own layer of complex, evolving labor legislation built with the intention to keep your teams and your businesses safe. But often when details in these workplace mandates get revised overnight it can be cumbersome to ensure your operations are remaining compliant.
Ina F. Young, Attorney-at-Law at Ogletree Deakins has gathered a comprehensive labor legislation roundup by state in order to keep you close to any issues that may impact your workforce as they progress.
State-by-State Labor Legislation Information
Florida voters shocked the nation last November when they overwhelmingly voted to gradually increase the minimum wage to $15 per hour over the better part of the next decade.
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At every restaurant, metrics matter. Understanding which ones to care about can have a big effect on your bottom line. It’s up to operational leadership to measure them, monitor them, and make them align to annual initiatives — while also making those metrics relevant for day-to-day restaurant performance.
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