New Jersey Minimum Wage Increases: Compliance Reminder

On January 1, 2022, the minimum wage for most employers in New Jersey will increase to $13.00 per hour. For seasonal and small employers (those with five or fewer employees), the minimum wage will increase to $11.90 per hour. Agricultural employers must pay at least $10.90 per hour. Employees who provide direct care at a long-term care facility will be entitled to $16 per hour. The minimum base wage for tipped employees will increase to $5.13 per hour.

Are you concerned about the New Jersey Minimum Wage increase? Contact the experts at ELI Advisors to discuss how this change will impact your business and what’s required for compliance.

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Eric Thieringer President
Eric Thieringer is president of Eli Advisors, an HR, payroll and employee benefits firm focused on serving small to mid-size organizations. Eli's services and support address the frustrating gaps that challenge employers and their employees. By solving these problems, Eli Advisors creates financially sustainable programs and services that help organizations attract, retain, and engage the talent needed to succeed.