The United States Supreme Court has halted the OSHA vaccine-or-test Emergency Temporary Standard (ETS). As a result, covered employers (those with 100 or more employees) are not currently required to comply with the ETS.
Colorado has issued several new wage and hour rules effective January 1, 2022. While the rules are extensive, the issues discussed below are likely to be the most relevant. For additional details, you can review here.
The truth is that one would have to contact multiple agencies to get all the individual posters - if you even know which agencies to contact. If you’re successful and get all the required postings, your bulletin board is going to look something like this...
A three-judge panel from the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals has lifted the stay on the OSHA vaccine-or-test mandate (the Emergency Temporary Standard, or ETS), which applies to employers with 100 or more employees. Be ready to comply.
Beginning January 30, 2022, the minimum wage for work performed on or in connection with covered federal contracts will increase to $15.00 per hour. The minimum base wage for covered tipped employees will be $10.50 per hour. A helpful FAQ can be found here.