New Year, New Laws

By Michele Moreno

For non-tipped workers in New York City employed by a business with at least 11 employees, their minimum wage rose to $11.00 per hour. It will continue to rise another $2.00 each year until reaching $15.00 per hour on December 31, 2018.

For non-tipped workers in New York City employed by a business with 10 or fewer employees, their minimum wage rose to $10.50 per hour. It will continue to rise $1.50 each year until reaching $15.00 on December 31, 2019.

For non-tipped workers in Nassau, Suffolk and Westchester Counties, their minimum wage rose to $10.00. It will continue to rise $1.00 each year until reaching $15.00 on December 31, 2021.

For non-tipped workers in the rest of New York state, their minimum wage rose to $9.70. It will continue to rise .70 each year until reaching $12.50 on December 31, 2020, and will then continue to increase to $15.00 on an indexed scheduled to be set by the Director of the Division of Budget, in consultation with the Department of Labor.

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