2022 Labor Law Updates

22+ State and Local Changes Announced For July

22+ state and local labor law postings will change in July, with even more changes anticipated. Most of the changes are minimum wage updates; however, paid sick leave, overtime, and work rules are also on the list of changes.

Track your State's Poster Compliance Status

This map makes it easy to check if you have up-to-date posters required for compliance!

Red State   Changes occurred within past 90 days or will occur in the upcoming 90 days. 
Blue State   No Changes occured within past 90 days or have been announced in next 90 days.
Black Dot   No changes for city/county occurred within past 90 days or have been announced in the next 90 days. 
Yellow Dot   Changes occurred for city/county within past 90 days or will occur in the upcoming 90 days.
Black Star   State Wage Order Posters available for specific industries



How to Use the Map

1. Hover over your state. A pop-up box will list the date of the latest update as well as information on any upcoming update.

2. If you are looking for a city/county poster. Click on your state to zoom in and find your city/county. You will see a pop-up box with the available posters as well as upcoming updates. 

3. Check if the date on your poster matches the one included on this map. 

4. If your poster's date does NOT match the date shown, simply click on the state or county/city you need and you can purhcase on JJKeller.com

Federal Change Possible in 2023

The federal minimum wage, currently at $7.25 per hour, could go up in 2023 if Congress takes action on wage legislation later this year. If the federal minimum wage increases, all employers will need to display a new Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) posting to show the new rate. Employers with the Labor Law Poster Update Service from J. J. Keller & Associates, Inc., will automatically receive a new poster with the updated information.


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Do You Have Remote Employees?

Labor law posting changes affect them, too! To comply with posting requirements for remote workers, employers are encouraged by the DOL to use up-to-date electronic posters, which can be placed on an internal or external website, shared network drive, or in a file system that is always accessible to employees.

Get the Latest Details About Upcoming Labor Law Changes.

Get a better understanding of what changes are occurring, when, and the requirements for you as an employer.

Watch for local minimum wage updates to take effect on July 1

During any given year, July has the second highest number of mandatory labor law changes (second only to January). County/local changes represent a large percent of these changes! There are nearly 20 mandatory city/county changes coming in July — all pertaining to minimum wage increases — which require an updated poster to be displayed. This article lists the July local/county mandatory changes.


What you need to know about July 2022 posting updates

While you might think that regulation changes slow down during the summer, this is not the case for labor laws! This article covers the July mandatory state changes to the District of Columbia, New Mexico, Nevada, Oregon and Virginia — all of which require an updated labor law poster to be displayed!


Whether your state has announced a mandatory labor law posting update or not, now is a great time to plan for the year ahead. J. J. Keller’s Labor Law Poster Update Service takes the guesswork out of compliance and frees your time to focus on other important matters. For the duration of your subscription, we’ll send you new posters FREE anytime there’s a mandatory. You’ll also gain unlimited access to J. J. Keller’s Labor Law Poster Management Center (LLPMC) to manage your account, track replacement posters, and more!