Employment Laws Undergo Change In Florida With Minimum Wage Increase

Effective January 1, 2019, Florida’s minimum wage will increase from $8.25 per hour to $8.46 per hour.

Tipped workers will also see a climb regarding their pay. The minimum wage for tipped workers will increase from $5.23 to $5.44 an hour.

With this increase, Florida will no longer have the second-lowest minimum wage among states whose minimum wages exceed the federal $7.25 minimum. Still, it represents just a 2.5 percent increase, according to a recent Miami Herald article.

If this minimum wage increase affects you, be sure your employer immediately adjusts your pay.

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