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  • Another Minimum Wage Question ... Pennsylvania

    My boss and I have been having a discussion concerning the announcement of Gov. Ed Rendell increasing minimum wage. In a local newspaper it was reported that for employers with 10 or fewer full-time employees. the increase will take effect more slowly. According to the article, employers that do qualify will pay $5.65/hr beginning Jan. 1 2007 ... $6.65/hr beginning July 1, 2007 .... and $7.15/hr on July 1, 2008. Is this true? Does it matter how many overall employees the business has - or is the only concern how many full-time employees? As with all of my posts, if you can direct me to the place where you found your answer so that I can print it out for upper management, it would be appreciated.

    Thanks again!!

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    http://www.dli.state.pa.us/landi/cwp...p?Q=233418&A=3

    This is what is posted on the PA L&I website. It does state that employers with 10 or fewer full-time employees will follow a delayed implementation.

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      Originally posted by CMorgan
      http://www.dli.state.pa.us/landi/cwp...p?Q=233418&A=3

      This is what is posted on the PA L&I website. It does state that employers with 10 or fewer full-time employees will follow a delayed implementation.

      Thank you for the quick reply.

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