HR Roundup: Yost Rejects $15 Minimum Wage Language
Attorney General Dave Yost has rejected language submitted for a proposed constitutional amendment to raise Ohio’s minimum wage to $15 an hour. (The state’s minimum wage of $9.30 is already set to increase to $10.10 in 2023.)
According to the latest state figures, new jobless claims filed by Ohioans continue to fall while Ohio’s labor force participation rate still lags the U.S. average at just 61.8%.
Ohio is one of the 10 states in which employers are struggling the least to find new talent based on WalletHub’s latest comparison.
Eighty percent of U.S. employees are concerned about inflation, according to a new survey by Bank of America.
OMA Connections Partner Fisher Phillips has published this guidance to help employers guard against lawsuits challenging 401(k) plan sponsors for allegedly breaching their fiduciary duty.
OMA Connections Partner MCM has made available this on-demand webinar examining how HR leaders can boost employee engagement and improve workplace culture.