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January 2017

Ohio: Minimum wage increases to $8.15

January 1, 2017

On September 29, 2016, Ohio's Department of Commerce announced that the state's minimum wage will increase to $8.15 beginning January 1, 2017. The minimum wage for tipped employees will increase to $4.08. Ohio's minimum wage law requires that the Department of Commerce adjust the minimum wage each year equivalent to the percentage increase in the consumer price index for the prior year. The change must be announced by September 30 of each year. For more information, read Ohio Department of…

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January 2019

Ohio: The annual minimum wage increase goes into effect.

January 1, 2019

Ohio's constitution requires an annual review of its minimum wage. The minimum wage must be increased by the percentage the cost of living has changed from the prior September to the September in the year the review is conducted. The cost of living change is based on the consumer price index or its successor index for all urban wage earners and clerical workers for all items as calculated by the federal government rounded to the nearest five cents. Any change…

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January 2020

Ohio: The annual minimum wage increase goes into effect.

January 1, 2020

Ohio's constitution requires an annual review of its minimum wage. The minimum wage must be increased by the percentage the cost of living has changed from the prior September to the September in the year the review is conducted. The cost of living change is based on the consumer price index or its successor index for all urban wage earners and clerical workers for all items as calculated by the federal government rounded to the nearest five cents. Any change…

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January 2021

Ohio: The annual minimum wage increase goes into effect.

January 1

Ohio's constitution requires an annual review of its minimum wage. The minimum wage must be increased by the percentage the cost of living has changed from the prior September to the September in the year the review is conducted. The cost of living change is based on the consumer price index or its successor index for all urban wage earners and clerical workers for all items as calculated by the federal government rounded to the nearest five cents. Any change…

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