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Idaho is one of 26 states with right-to-work laws, which forbid requiring union membership as a condition of employment.
If an employee has unused accrued PTO when they quit, are fired, or otherwise separate from the company, they may be entitled to be paid for that time. Around half of the 50 states have statutes that require companies to pay out employees' unused PTO when the employment relationship ends.
Do Idaho employers have to provide breaks or meal periods to employees? Idaho law does not require employers to give breaks or meal periods. Employees would only be entitled to breaks if it is the employer's policy to provide them.
The following states have passed legislation to reach a $15 minimum wage in 2023 and beyond. Connecticut (2023) Delaware (2025) Florida (2026) Illinois (2025) Maryland (2025) Massachusetts (2023) New Jersey (2024) Rhode Island (2025)
The 10 States with the Highest Minimum Wage Rates in 2022 Arizona $12.80. ... New Jersey $13 (tie) ... Connecticut $13 (tie) ... New York $13.20. ... 8. California $14. ... Massachusetts $14.25. ... Washington $14.49. ... Honorable Mention: Washington D.C. $15.50.
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Idaho's right to work law is very similar to those in other states, as it prohibits any type of union membership requirement as a condition for employment. The statute also states that no wages may be deducted for union fees unless a signed, written authorization is provided by the employee.
When is the last paycheck due after an employee separates? Idaho law requires that if an employee quits, is terminated or laid off, all wages then due must be paid the sooner of the next regularly scheduled payday or within 10 days of the separation (weekends and holidays excluded).
The Idaho Minimum Wage Initiative is not on the ballot in Idaho as an initiated state statute on November 8, 2022. Multiple versions of the initiative were filed: Version #1: Would incrementally increase the minimum wage to $12 by 2025. Version #2: Would incrementally increase the minimum wage to $13 by 2026.
No federal or state laws in Idaho require employers to pay out an employee's accrued vacation, accrued sick leave, or other paid time off (PTO) at the termination of employment.
Idaho is a "work at will" state. This means there is no set length for an employment relationship and either the employer or the employee may end it at any time, with or without notice; with or without cause.

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