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*CORRECTION*
Minnesota Client Alert
Legal News for Minnesota Employers
July  2016
Readers, 

Thanks to the keen eye of a few of our dedicated readers, an error has been spotted in one of our listed changes to the Minnesota Minimum Wage increases that become effective August 1st, 2016. 

The updated minimum wage for large employers is $9.50 per hour. The rest of the information is correct, and we have updated it below. 

If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to reach out to us at 952-746-1700 or phtaurick@wesselssherman.com. 
minimumReminder: Minnesota's Minimum Wage Increases August 1st
Effective August 1, 2016, Minnesota employers are subject to a new minimum wage:
 
  • $9.50 per hour for large employers (i.e., any enterprise with an annual gross revenue of at least $500,000.00); and
  • $7.75 per hour for small employers (i.e., any enterprise with an annual gross revenue of less than $500,000.00), 90-day training wage for workers under the age of 20, and youth wage for workers under the age of 18.