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Minimum Wage Increases for 2014

Fourteen US States Raise Minimum Wages For 2014
The Federal Minimum Wage remains unchanged in 2014 however employers with workers in any of the following 14 states, must increase minimum wages effective January  1, 2014 unless otherwise noted.

 

Arizona.  New Minimum Wage: $7.90 per hour.  The tipped workers' New Minimum Wage: $4.90 per hour.

California.  Employers with workers in San Francisco: $10.74 per hour. Employers  with workers in San Jose: $10.15 per hour. State of California New Minimum Wage Effective July 1, 2014: $9.00 per hour.

Colorado.  New Minimum Wage: $8.00 per hour.  The tipped workers' New Minimum Wage: $4.98 per hour.

Connecticut.  New Minimum Wage: $8.70 per hour.

Florida.  New Minimum Wage: $7.93 per hour. The tipped workers' New Minimum Wage: $4.91 per hour.

Missouri.  New Minimum Wage: $7.50 per hour.  The tipped workers' New Minimum Wage: $3.75 per hour.

Montana. New Minimum Wage: $7.90 per hour.

New Jersey.  New Minimum Wage: $8.25 per hour.

New York.  New Minimum Wage Effective December 31, 2013: $8.00 per hour.

Ohio.  New Minimum Wage: $7.95 per hour. The tipped workers' New Minimum Wage: $3.98 per hour.

Oregon.  New Minimum Wage: $9.10 per hour.

Rhode Island.  New Minimum Wage: $8.00 per hour.

Vermont.  New Minimum Wage: $8.73 per hour.  The tipped workers' New Minimum Wage: $4.23 per hour.

Washington.  New Minimum Wage: $9.32 per hour.

It is imperative that you comply with Federal and State minimum wage laws. AmCheck does not automatically increase minimum wages for employers without a written request.  Please contact your AmCheck Account Director for more details.






 


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