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The Industrial Commission of Arizona has announced that the minimum wage in Arizona will increase to $7.65 from $7.35 effective January 1, 2012. Since the tip credit does not change, the tipped minimum will increase from $4.35 to $4.65. The rate increase is based on a 3.8% increase in the CPI-U.
As you may recall, in Arizona last year the minimum wage increased to $6.75/hour and will be adjusted annually to coincide with the cost of living modification reported in August of each year. It has just recently been announced that effective 1/1/08, the AZ minimum wage will be $6.90/hour. The tip credit of $3.00/hour will […]
With the recent passing of Labor Day and the upcoming holiday season, realization occurred as it relates to payroll issues when a holiday occurs. I received an extraordinary amount of questions from Clients and employees who sought to understand their rights and entitlements. Under the federal Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), covered employees (non-exempt) are […]
For those of you who have not heard, on May 25, 2007, President Bush signed the Fair Minimum Wage Act of 2007, which raises the federal minimum wage to $7.25 per hour over the next two years. To unravel the difference between the federal wage and state wage, states may assess that a higher wage […]
With the week-long Memorial Day congressional recess looming, President Bush signed into law an increase in the Federal minimum wage on Friday, May 25. This is the first time in a decade that the minimum wage has been raised. The wage increase was added to the most recent Iraq war funding bill. The new law […]
Florida’s minimum wage will increase to $6.67 an hour next year, a 27-cent increase to match inflation as required by an initiative passed two years ago.The state’s minimum wage went up to $6.15 an hour in 2005 because of a constitutional amendment approved by voters in 2004, and then went up to $6.40 this year. […]