New Year, New Minimum Wage 2021

By Marta Nadgorska

For non-tipped workers in New York City employed by a business with at least 11 employees, their minimum wage stayed at $15.00 per hour.

For non-tipped workers in New York City employed by a business with 10 or fewer employees, their minimum wage stayed at $15.00 per hour.

For non-tipped workers in Nassau, Suffolk and Westchester Counties, their minimum wage rose to $14.00 per hour.

For non-tipped workers in the rest of New York state, their minimum wage rose to $12.50 per hour.

For fast food workers in New York City, employed by fast food restaurant with chain of 30 or more locations, their minimum wage stayed at $15.00 per hour.

For fast food workers in the rest of New York state, employed by fast food restaurant with chain of 30 or more locations, their minimum wage rose to $14.50 per hour.

For tipped workers in New York City employed by a business with at least 11 employees, their minimum wage stayed at $15.00 per hour. Allowing for a maximum credit for tips to be $5.00 per hour.

For tipped workers in New York City employed by a business with 10 or fewer employees, their minimum wage stayed at $15.00 per hour. Allowing for a maximum credit for tips to be $5.00 per hour.

For tipped workers in Nassau, Suffolk and Westchester Counties, their minimum wage rose to $14.00 per hour. Allowing for a maximum credit for tips to be $4.65 per hour.

For tipped workers in the rest of New York state, their minimum wage rose to $12.50 per hour. Allowing for a maximum credit for tips to be $4.15 per hour.

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