Employment Laws in Wyoming
Employers in Wyoming must conform to these state rules relating to the employment relationship.
For purposes of the equal pay law, employee means any individual employed by an employer.
Employer means employers of two or more employees in Wyoming, but not religious organizations or associations.
For purposes of the equal pay law, employer includes any person acting directly or indirectly in the interest of an employer in relation to an employee.
Prohibited Employment Discrimination
Employers may not discharge, promote, demote, or discriminate with respect to compensation or the terms, conditions or privileges of employment, or refuse to hire because of:
- age (at least 40 but less than 70)
- national origin or ancestry
- refusal to participate in an abortion
- use or nonuse of tobacco products outside the course of the individual's employment