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Minimum Wage Updates 2021

The following cities and states have minimum wage increases effective July 1. In a perfect world, you’ve already updated your employee wage rates, but if we’ve learned anything about the last year, nothing is perfect. HotSchedules powered by Fourth has you covered, as we’ll always use the new minimum wage rate when calculating pay. This means when you export pay to our payroll platform (or yours), the pay will be compliant. HotSchedules will never actually change the rate assignment to the employee, so be sure managers or your HR team are updating the employee records

Minimum Wage Increases July 1, 2021

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