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    FLORIDA – November 8, 2016 – Florida's Department of Economic Opportunity has announced a new minimum wage effective on January 1, 2017. On that date the minimum wage will be raised from $8.05 an hour by five cents to $8.10 an hour. For employees subject to the tip credit, the tipped minimum wage will also rise by five cents to $5.08 an hour, plus tips. 

    Employers must pay Florida based employees the higher of the federal minimum wage or the Florida minimum wage. The current federal minimum wage is $7.25 an hour. Therefore, unless the federal minimum wage is raised to over $8.10, the Florida minimum wage will apply to Florida employees. 

    Florida employers are required to post a minimum wage notice in a conspicuous and accessible place in every establishment where nonexempt employees work. Florida's minimum wage poster is available in English and Spanish from the department's website by clicking here

    Susan T. Spradley
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    Orlando, Florida 32801
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