As the New Year begins, employers in Maryland and Washington, D.C. need to make sure that hourly employees are being paid at least the correct minimum wages. In Maryland, that will mean $8.00 an hour beginning New Year’s Day. In the District of Columbia, the minimum wage will be $10.50 an hour, effective July 1, 2015. These increases affect not just regular hourly pay but also any overtime pay.Read More
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The Maryland legislature has moved one step closer towards increasing the state’s minimum wage – an effort which has split the business community, drawing support from some and opposition from others.Read More
Under the Maryland Wage Payment and Collection Law, employers must pay employees “all wages due for work that the employee performed before termination of employment, on or before the day on which the employee would have been paid the wages if the employment had not been terminated.”Read More