Minimum wages. Beginning Dec. 31, 2011, a separate state minimum wage no longer applies. Instead, the state minimum wage is tied to the federal minimum wage. (Ch. 204, L. 2011)
Payment of wages. Beginning Aug. 6, 2011, deductions may be made from employees’ wages for any purpose, provided employers and employees mutually agree and employers don’t benefit financially. Employees must consent to the deductions in writing. Deductions can’t be used to offset payments for items employees need to perform their jobs. (Ch. 140, L. 2011)
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