Colorado’s new minimum wage is $8.23 per hour ($5.21 for tipped employees). Download our free White Paper to see minimum wage increase across all states. The following White Paper sets forth the state minimum wage and overtime rates as of January 1, 2015. Some states have minimum wage rates that are higher than the federal rate, while a few have rates that are lower.
Minimum Wage Requirements; the proposed minimum wage for Colorado, effective 2015 is $8.23 per hour (up from $8.00) and $5.21 per hour for employees receiving tips (up from $4.98). →ASAP will publish final Year End information at www.businessasap.com/client-dashboard/ →Employees Receiving Tips? Be sure to review your responsibilities as an Employer and follow tip-reporting guidelines. Benefit Information including sick/vacation hours, additional earnings/deductions; verify current/updated policy and...
Year End is here. There are a number of items to review before you process your LAST payroll in 2014 as well as a number of areas to prepare for before you process your FIRST payroll in 2015. ASAP’s Year End Guide includes;