Although the federal minimum wage hasn’t changed since 2009, the rate of change is brisk at the state and local levels. And with every minimum wage increase — whether it be mandated by a federal, state, county or city government agency — employers must update their labor law postings to reflect that change.
This Minimum Wage Monitor serves as a handy reference tool for checking the current minimum wage for your state along with a historical perspective of minimum wages since 2013. To get up-to-date minimum wage details for the cities and counties where you operate, consider the Minimum Wage Monitor™ Premium Service detailed below.
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Keeping up with minimum wage changes can be a burden for multi-location employers as more and more cities and counties pass new minimum wage laws.
The new Minimum Wage Monitor™ Premium Service provides indispensable information on current and future minimum wage rates at the state, county, and city levels across all 50 states, D.C. and Puerto Rico.Learn More