Layoff Assistance and WARN Notices
Idaho Labor can help with layoffs including downsizing as a result of foreign trade. WARN notices are required to give workers at least 60 days notice before mass layoffs.
All farm labor contractors in Idaho must be licensed to hire migrant or seasonal agricultural workers and minimum wage is required with a few exceptions.
Idaho Human Rights Commission
The Commission administers state and federal anti-discrimination laws in Idaho.
State and Federal Labor Laws
- All Idaho Labor Statutes: Title 44
- Minimum wage requirements: Title 44, Chapter 15, Idaho Code
- Payment of wages: Title 45, Chapter 6, Idaho Code
- Farm Labor Contractor Licensing Law: Title 44, Chapter 16, Idaho Code
- Garnishment Laws: Title 8
The federal Davis Bacon Act requires contractors and subcontractors to pay at least minimum wage—the prevailing wage—and fringe benefits to anyone working directly on construction, alteration or repair including painting and decorating of public buildings or public works under federal contracts. Davis-Bacon prevailing wages are determined by the U.S. Secretary of Labor and are based on wages and fringe benefits paid to laborers working on similar projects in the same area.
The Davis-Bacon Act is under the jurisdiction of the U.S. Department of Labor. To contact a regional U.S. Labor office call
Find more information at the U.S. Department of Labor website
Contact an Idaho Labor Law Rep
Have a question about Idaho’s labor laws or a wage claim? Get help from one of the following contacts.