Albuquerque Raising 2014 Minimum Wage January 1

The City of Albuquerque, New Mexico is increasing its 2014 minimum wage to $8.60 effective January 1, 2014 to reflect a cost-of-living adjustment enacted by the City Council in 2012. The City has released the required posting in English and in Spanish.

If an employer provides healthcare or childcare benefits worth more than $2,500, then the employee is eligible for a minimum wage rate of $7.60. The minimum wage rate for tipped employees in Albuquerque will be $5.16.

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