The Ohio Department of Commerce announced the State’s 2015 minimum wage rate of $8.10 for non-tipped workers, which is effective January 1, 2015.
Ohio’s 2015 minimum wage gives low-wage earners an hourly boost of 15 cents over the 2014 rate of $7.95.
What is the Minimum Wage for Non-Tipped Workers in Ohio?
Ohio’s minimum wage rate for tipped employees increased to $4.05 per hour.
Which Employers are Required to Pay the Minimum Wage?
Ohio employers with annual gross receipts of more than $297,000 per year are required to pay employees at least the minimum wage.
Why Does the Ohio Minimum Wage Change So Often?
The Ohio minimum wage is adjusted annually to reflect fluctuations in the Consumer Price Index (CPI).
The 2015 minimum wage rate represents an 18 percent increase over the 2007 rate after voters amended the State Constitution (Issue 2) to index the minimum wage, meaning that if inflation increases, the rate will adjust to help offset the effect on low-wage workers.
Ohio minimum-wage workers have received an average increase of 16 cents each year in the past eight years to compensate for the rate of inflation.
Ohio Minimum Wage Poster
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