Minnesota minimum bet winners to get 2.5% raise next year
St. Paul, MN (KROC-AM News) – The minimum wage in Minnesota will be raised 2.5 percent at the end of the year.
The Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry announced that the inflationary adjustment would raise the current minimum wage for large employers by 25 cents to $ 10.33 an hour on Jan. 1. visitor programs will increase by 21 cents an hour to $ 8.42.
“This increase is designed to help minimum wage workers keep pace with inflation to better support themselves and their families,” said Roslyn Robertson, Commissioner for the Department of Labor and Industry.
The minimum wage for large employers applies to organizations with annual gross revenues over $ 500,000. State officials say that due to the pandemic’s impact on the workforce, analysts are unable to reliably predict how many jobs in the state will be affected. by the higher minimum wage next year.
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