State and Local Minimum Wage Chart: Overview | Practical Law

State and Local Minimum Wage Chart: Overview | Practical Law

An at-a-glance Chart identifying the minimum hourly wage and scheduled increases in all 50 states, the District of Columbia, and key local jurisdictions. This Chart addresses the state and local minimum wage obligations of private sector, for-profit employers for their nonunion employees. Different requirements may apply in other employment settings, such as for public employees, federal, state, and local contractors, and employees subject to a collective bargaining agreement. For more on the scope of local law coverage, see Local Law Coverage in Labor & Employment Resources. For more information on state wage and hour laws generally, see Wage and Hour Laws: State Q&A Tool and State Wage and Hour Claims Toolkit.

State and Local Minimum Wage Chart: Overview

Practical Law Practice Note Overview 0-593-5405 (Approx. 64 pages)

State and Local Minimum Wage Chart: Overview

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An at-a-glance Chart identifying the minimum hourly wage and scheduled increases in all 50 states, the District of Columbia, and key local jurisdictions. This Chart addresses the state and local minimum wage obligations of private sector, for-profit employers for their nonunion employees. Different requirements may apply in other employment settings, such as for public employees, federal, state, and local contractors, and employees subject to a collective bargaining agreement. For more on the scope of local law coverage, see Local Law Coverage in Labor & Employment Resources. For more information on state wage and hour laws generally, see Wage and Hour Laws: State Q&A Tool and State Wage and Hour Claims Toolkit.