This outlines minimum wage changes and other employment-related updates in various states for 2024:

  1. Arizona:
  • Minimum wage for 2024 is $14.35.
  • Tip credit remains unchanged at $3.
  1. Arkansas:
  • Tax21 portal can now be used for reporting new hires.
  • Electronic reporting is encouraged but not mandatory.
  1. California:
  • The 2024 Paid Sick Leave (PSL) cap is 40 hours or 5 days, with accrual up to 80 hours.
  • Fast food restaurant workers at a “national fast-food chain” must be paid at least $20.00 per hour starting April 1, 2024.
  1. Illinois:
  • Easy Web Upload and Acknowledgement Inquiry are no longer accepted for Forms W-2 and 1099.
  • New portal, Non-Login W2/1099 Bulk File Upload, is under development.
  • The Paid Leave for All Workers Act requires employers to provide up to 40 hours of paid leave in 2024.
  1. Maine:
  • New phone number (207-624-7661) for SITW questions.
  • The 2024 minimum wage is $14.15.
  1. Michigan:
  • Effective Jan. 1, 2024, the minimum wage increases to $10.33.
  • Tip credit increases to $6.40.
  1. New Jersey:
  • The 2024 minimum wage is $15.13.
  • Various rates for seasonal employees, agricultural employees, and tipped employees.
  1. New York:
  • New Paid Family Leave 2024 contribution rates.
  • Legislation effective Nov. 13, 2024, expands notice requirements for eligibility for unemployment benefits.
  1. Ohio:
  • Revised withholding tables from Nov. 1, 2023.
  • 2024 minimum wage is $10.45.
  1. Oregon:
  • Updated iwire trouble-shooting FAQs for W-2 reporting.
  • Paid family leave contributions need not be included on W-2s.
  1. South Dakota:
  • The 2024 minimum wage is $11.20.
  1. Vermont:
  • The 2024 minimum wage is $13.67.
  • Tipped employees have a minimum cash wage of $6.84.
  1. Washington:
  • The 2024 minimum wage is $16.28 (no tip credit).
  • Youth wage for workers aged 14 or 15 is $13.84.
  • 2024 white-collar OT-exempt threshold is $1,302.40 per week or $67,724.80 per year.