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New State and Local Minimum Wage Increases Have Taken Effect Throughout The Country

With the start of the New Year, new state and local minimum wage increases have gone into effect for non-exempt employees across the country.

The chart below summarizes the new minimum wage rates that went into effect on January 1, 2020, unless otherwise indicated.  (More will take effect July 1, 2020.)

Jurisdiction Current Minimum Wage New Minimum Wage
Alaska $9.89 $10.19
Albuquerque NM (No Benefits) $9.20 $9.35
Albuquerque NM (Benefits) $8.20 $8.35
Arizona $11.00 $12.00
Arkansas $9.25 $10.00
Belmont CA $13.50 $15.00
California (≥ 26 employees) $12.00 $13.00
California (≤25 employees) $11.00 $12.00
Colorado $11.10 $12.00
Cupertino CA $15.00 $15.35
Daly City CA $12.00 $13.75
El Cerrito CA $15.00 $15.37
Flagstaff AZ $12.00 $13.00
Florida $8.46 $8.56
Illinois $8.25 $9.25
Las Cruces NM $10.10 $10.25
Los Altos CA $15.00 $15.40
Maine $11.00 $12.00
Maryland (≥ 15 employees) $10.10 $11.00
Maryland (≤ 14 employees) $10.10 $11.00
Massachusetts $12.00 $12.75
Menlo Park CA $12.00 or $11.00 $15.00
Michigan $9.45 $9.65
Minnesota $9.86 $10.00
Missouri $8.60 $9.45
Montana $8.50 $8.65
Mountain View CA $15.65 $16.05
New Jersey (≥ 5 employees) $10.00 $11.00
New Jersey (employers with fewer than 6 employees, agricultural employers, and seasonal employers) $8.85 $10.30
New Mexico $7.50 $9.00
Nevada (employees who receive qualified health benefits) $7.25 $8.00
Nevada (employees who do not receive qualified health benefits) $8.25 $9.00
New York (employers outside of NYC, Long Island, and Westchester County) $11.10 $11.80 (Effective 12/31/19)
New York (Fast Food) $12.75 $13.75 (Effective 12/31/19)
New York (Long Island & Westchester County) $12.00 $13.00 (Effective 12/31/19)
New York City (≤ 10 employees) $13.50 $15.00 (Effective 12/31/19)
Oakland CA $13.80 $14.14
Ohio $8.55 $8.70
Palo Alto CA $15.00 $15.40
Petaluma (≥ 25 employees) $12.00 $15.00
Petaluma (≤ 24 employees) $11.00 $14.00
Portland ME $11.11 $12.00
Redwood City CA $13.50 $15.38
Saint Paul MN (≥ 10,001 employees) $9.86 $12.50
San Diego CA $12.00 $13.00
San Jose CA $15.00 $15.25
San Mateo CA $15.00 $15.38
Santa Clara CA $15.00 $15.40
SeaTac WA $16.09 $16.34
Seattle WA (500+ employees) $16.00 $16.39
Seattle WA (≤ 500 employees) $15.00 $15.75
Sonoma CA (≥ 26 employees) $12.00 $13.50
Sonoma CA (≤ 25 employees) $11.00 $12.50
South Dakota $9.10 $9.30
South San Francisco $12.00 or $11.00 $15.00
Sunnyvale CA $15.65 $16.05
Tacoma WA $12.35 $13.50
Vermont $10.78 $10.96
Washington $12.00 $13.50

 

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Jeffrey H. Ruzal, epstein becker green, new york, fair labor, employment
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JEFFREY H. RUZAL is a Member in the Labor and Employment practice, in the New York office of Epstein Becker Green.

Mr. Ruzal's experience includes:

  • Representing employers in employment-related litigation in federal courts and before administrative agencies

  • Representing employers in the defense of putative collective actions under the Fair Labor Standards Act and class actions under the New York State Wage and Hour Law

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Carly Baratt is an Associate in the Employment, Labor & Workforce Management and Litigation & Business Disputes practices, in the New York office of Epstein Becker Green.

Ms. Baratt:

  • Represents clients in employment-related litigation on a broad array of matters, including claims of discrimination, harassment, retaliation, wrongful termination, and breach of employment contract

  • Counsels clients in the health care and financial industries through a range of investigations and enforcement proceedings brought by federal and state agencies, including the U.S. Department of Justice, the Securities and Exchange Commission, the Financial Conduct Authority, the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority, the Commodity Futures Trading Commission, the Office of the Special Inspector General for the Troubled Asset Relief Program, the New York State Department of Financial Services, the New York State Office of the Attorney General, the U.S. Department of Labor, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ Office of Inspector General, and the Federal Transit Administration

  • Represents clients in actions involving residential mortgage-backed securities; securities, accounting, bank, or health care fraud; and violations of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act

  • Defends clients in False Claims Act and Anti-Kickback Statute cases (including qui tam litigation)

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