Last updated on: December 22nd, 2022
Hours & Pay Regulations
Annual Leave is given to the employee at the discretion of the employer. They are fringe benefits based on an agreement between the employer and employee.
Effective January 1, 2023, Ohio’s hourly minimum wage is $10.10.
The above information on minimum wages might not be up to date & subject to change. Kindly access the DOL website for the current rates.
- Reinstatement and employment rights for employees who are absent from work due to service in the U.S. uniformed services or Ohio organized militia; or
- Nondiscrimination requirements applicable to employers with four or more employees; or
- Continuation of health benefits for reservists, including National Guard members, called to active duty.
- Be the spouse, parent, legal guardian or former legal guardian of a person who is a member of the uniformed services and is (1) called into active duty for a period longer than 30 days, or (2) injured wounded or hospitalized while serving on active duty; and
- Have been employed by the same employer for at least 12 consecutive months, and must have worked at least 1,250 hours during the 12-month period immediately before the leave.
- Discharge, threaten to discharge or penalize employees who take time off from work because they are subpoenaed for juvenile delinquency, grand jury, or criminal proceedings.
- Discharge, discipline, or otherwise retaliate against crime victims, or their family members or representatives, for preparing for or attending a criminal or delinquency proceeding pursuant to a subpoena.
Nondiscrimination requirements apply to employers with four or more employees. Female employees of covered employers who are affected by childbirth, or related medical conditions must be treated the same for all employment-related purposes as other persons not affected by a pregnancy, but similar in their ability or inability to work.