The smallest hourly wage that an employee may be paid as mandated by federal...
wage fixed by that law that an employer can pay a worker. Also known as statutory minimum wage.
the lowest wage rate that any employer can legally pay, set by the government.
The lowest allowable hourly wage permitted by the government for an employee performing a particular job. Effective April 1, 1991 the Federal minimum is $4.25 per hour.
As required by federal law, the minimum hourly wage that employers must pay their employees. Adjusted periodically for inflation and other factors, the minimum wage is supposed to provide workers with the income needed to be self-sustaining and to obtain the ordinary requirements of life.
The legal hourly minimum that adults can be paid in the UK.
The lowest hourly wage that an employer can pay an employee. The Federal law mandating a minimum wage was first enacted in 1938, when the rate was set at 25 cents an hour. Independent analysts say that in 1995, the minimum wage hit a 40-year low in terms of real buying power
According to the Mexican law, it refers to the minimum salary that a worker has to receive for a day of work. It was the equivalent of US$ 120.77 per month as of December 31, 2003.
the lowest wage that an employer is allowed to pay; determined by contract or by law
a minimum level of payment established by law for work performed
a threat to employers who fail to use their workers as productively as their competitors
As of 9/97 the rate is $5.15 per hour. This rate will occasionally change based on federal law. The minimum wage is defined by Section 6 of the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938 and is adjusted by the U.S. Congress from time to time.
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The lowest amount which can legally be paid to an employee under an award or agreement.
The lowest hourly wage which may legally be paid to an employee.
A wage below which employers may not legally pay employees for specific kinds of employment.
a wage per hour below which it is illegal to pay workers.
The set minimum hourly rate that employers in certain industries are required by law to pay their employees.
The lowest amount that an employer can pay its employees per hour under federal or state law.
The lowest compensation you are allowed to pay an employee for hourly work. It is defined by Federal and by state laws. State laws may be more restrictive than Federal law, and certainly may differ.
In the U.S., the lowest hourly wage allowed by law or contract for the performance of a particular job.
The least amount an employer can pay workers, according to the federal government law known as the Fair Labor Standards Act. Some states have different minimum wage standards .
The lowest wage rate at which a firm may legally hire labor.
A minimum wage is the lowest hourly, daily or monthly wage that employers may legally pay to employees or workers.