Ohio Minimum Wage Increases To $8.30 Per Hour

Date: October 03, 2017

New rate effective on January 1, 2018

As of January 1, 2017, the minimum wage for non-tipped employees in Ohio will rise from $8.15 to $8.30 per hour. The 15-cent increase will be the largest in Ohio since January 2015. Any tipped employees will have their base pay go from $4.08 to $4.15 an hour.

This bump can be attributed to the constitutional amendment voted on in 2006 by the citizens of Ohio that raises the minimum wage in the state each year based on the Consumer Price Index that increases it to meet inflation. The Consumer Price Index rose 0.7 percent during the past year. The bump will bring a 40 hour work week employee to $332.

Ohio businesses with gross receipts of less than $305,000 in 2016, and for those workers under the age of 16, the minimum wage remains $7.25, which is the federal minimum wage. 

Remember employers, you are required to post the minimum wage and overtime information in a space that is easily visible, such as an employee break room, your HR office that is accessible to employees, or another common space.

For a copy of the poster with the new minimum wage, Ohio employers can click here.

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