The minimum wage an employer is required to pay is even regulated by federal and/or state law for most employees. If your employer is paying you less than what the law requires, you may be entitled to pursue a wage claim against your employer.
[2018 Update] Effective Jan 1, 2018 – Florida labor laws were updated to a minimum wage of $8.25, a maximum tip credit of $3.02 and a minimum compensation for tipped employees of $5.23
Topics covered in this report include:
- What Is the Current Minimum Wage?
- Who Is Covered by the Fair Labor Standards Act?
- If I Am Not a Covered Employee Am I Still Subject to the Minimum Wage Laws?
- Can An Employer Ever Legally Pay Less Than Minimum Wage
- Executive, Administrative, Professional and Outside Sales Employees