18 Jun Will your city be affected by minimum wage increases on July 1st?
Many states and cities have taken the initiative to schedule minimum wage increases. For some cities, increases are set to take effect on July 1st on an annual basis.
Because some cities have a higher minimum wage rate than the one set by the State or the Federal government, the higher local minimum wage rate takes precedence and must be paid to all employees covered by the local minimum wage regulation.
Will your city be affected and are you prepared?
For an interactive map of minimum wage increases, click here.
How to prepare:
- Check to see if your city is affected by a July 1st update.
- You may need to update on-site Labor Law Posters. Contact PayrollCentric to order a new poster.
- To stay compliant with minimum wage requirements, please contact your Payroll Representative to update minimum wage rates.
- For online users, you may update rates directly in your Dash payroll platform.
Note: Please be advised that PayrollCentric will NOT automatically increase rates. This notice is a provided as a courtesy and should not be considered legal advice. Please contact the proper parties for inquiries about employment or wage and hour law.