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North Dakota Minimum Wage Laws - 2022

Minimum wage North Dakota’s current minimum wage is $7.25. ND Statute 34-06-22(1)(c); ND Admin. Code 46-02-07-03; ND Dept. of Labor and Human Rights – Minimum Wage Poster North Dakota employers must also comply with federal minimum wage laws, which currently sets the federal minimum wage at $7.25. See FLSA: Minimum Wage. If an employer chooses to pay employees minimum wage, ... Read more

Mississippi Minimum Wage Laws - 2022

Minimum wage Mississippi has not established a state minimum wage rate. Because most employers and employees in Mississippi are subject to the federal Fair Labor Standards Act, the minimum wage set forth in that law would typically apply. Currently, the federal minimum wage is $7.25. Tip minimum wage Mississippi does not have minimum wage or overtime laws and, thus, has ... Read more

Kentucky Minimum Wage Laws - 2022

Minimum Wage Kentucky’s current minimum wage is $7.25 an hour. If the federal minimum hourly wage increases, the minimum hourly wage in Kentucky will also increase to the same amount. See more information here: KY Statute 337.275(1) Tip Minimum Wage Kentucky’s current tipped minimum wage is $2.13 per hour. Kentucky’s tipped minimum wage is set to be the same as ... Read more

Maine Minimum Wage Laws - 2022

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Minimum Wage Maine’s current minimum wage is $12.75. Beginning on January 1, 2021, the minimum wage will increase each year consistent with the percentage increase for the prior year in the Consumer Price Index for Urban Wage Earners and Clerical Workers, CPI-W, for the Northeast Region, or its successor index. As published by the United States Department of Labor, Bureau ... Read more

Maryland Minimum Wage Laws - 2022

Minimum wage Maryland’s current minimum wage is $12.50 for large employers (15 or more employees) and $12.20 for small employees (14 employees or fewer), except in Montgomery counties. MD Statutes, Labor and Employment 3-413; Maryland Minimum Wage and Overtime Law Under the current minimum wage legislation, Maryland’s minimum wage will increase as follows in the coming years: Large employers (15 ... Read more

Massachusetts Minimum Wage Laws - 2022

Minimum wage Massachusetts’ current minimum wage is $14.25. The minimum wage will increase to $15.00 on January 1, 2023. MA House Bill 4640, MA Statute 151-1; MA Dept. of Labor and Workforce Dev. – Minimum Wage Program Massachusetts minimum wage laws require that the state’s minimum wage remains at least fifty (50) cents higher than the federal minimum wage set ... Read more

Minnesota Minimum Wage Laws - 2022

Minimum wage Minnesota minimum wage laws set different minimum wages for large employers and small employers, as discussed below. Large employers Minnesota’s current minimum wage for large employers is $10.33. MN Department of Labor and Industry: Minimum Wage A “large” employer is an enterprise with at least $500,000 in gross annual sales made or business made (exclusive of excise taxes ... Read more

Nebraska Minimum Wage Laws - 2022

Minimum Wage Nebraska’s current minimum wage is $9.00. Nebraska minimum wage laws do not apply to employers with fewer than four (4) employees. Nebraska employers must also comply with federal minimum wage laws, which currently set the federal minimum wage at $7.25. For more information, see FLSA: Minimum Wage. Suppose an employer chooses to pay employees minimum wage. In that ... Read more

Missouri Minimum Wage Laws - 2022

Minimum wage Missouri’s current minimum wage is $11.15. See MO Dept. of Labor: Minimum Wage Missouri’s minimum wage will increase to $12.00 on January 1, 2023. Beginning January 1, 2024, Missouri will increase or decrease its minimum wage by the percentage the cost of living has changed from the prior July to July in the year the review is conducted. ... Read more

Montana Minimum Wage Laws - 2022

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Minimum wage Montana’s current minimum wage is $9.20 for employers with more than $110,000 in annual gross sales. For employers who have gross annual sales of $110,000 or less, the minimum wage rate is $4.00. Montana law requires an annual review of its minimum wage, and the minimum wage must be increased by the percentage the cost of living has ... Read more
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