An Act To Create an Alternate Minimum Wage Applicable to Student Employees Who Are under 20 Years of Age and to Employees Who Are under 18 Years of Age

Last updated: Mar 14, 2021

Details about this bill
Category: Wage and Labor
Status: In Committee
Sponsor: Representative Shelley Rudnicki, House 108
Session: 130
Bill #: LD 1047

Position:

Monitoring.

Summary:

Representative Rudnicki of Fairfield provides a minimum hourly wage of $9.75 starting January 1, 2022 for an employee who has not attained 20 years of age and is a student at a secondary or postsecondary school and an employee who has not attained 18 years of age. On January 1, 2023 and each January 1st thereafter, this minimum hourly wage must be increased by the increase, if any, in the cost of living.