Companies are struggling to keep up to date with the different minimum wage obligations. Federal minimum wage is lower than California minimum wage which is lower than some cities’ minimum wage. I’ve been struggling to find a useful place that has all the information I and my clients need to find the different minimum wage obligations, and have been hoping for a minimum wage tracker for some time.
Minimum Wage Tracker
I’m sure the Economic Policy Institute didn’t create its tracker just for me–particularly since I was not aware of the site before today–but they created a minimum wage tracker that is useful and comprehensive. The tracker can be accessed through EPI’s website.
You can click on any state, or any city with a minimum wage ordinance, and get information regarding the current minimum wage obligations. The tracker is particularly useful for any companies with employees working in multiple cities.
So, thank you EPI for the very useful minimum wage tracker!
Original article by Robert E. Nuddleman of Nuddleman Law Firm, P.C.
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