State and Federal Poster Inc. Warns Florida of Their Most Recent Minimum Wage Change Which will Take Place By 2012

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State and Federal Poster Inc. reminds that companies in Florida that do not have up to date posters will be fined. Keep in mind to change that this will be applied for 2012 labor law posters.

Florida State and Federal Labor Law Poster

Take notice of 2012 Florida's Minimum Wage Change

State and Federal Poster Inc. sells state and federal labor law posters for the cheapest price nationwide guaranteed. The new Florida State and Federal Labor Law Posters with the new minimum change is available and ready to purchase. The Florida minimum wage change is important and posters will have to be updated before 2012. There is a fine if the posters are not up to date.

Changes as of Florida's minimum wage for non-tipped employees will increase $7.67 an hour, a 4.9 percent increase from the $7.31 an hour minimum from 2011, it has been reported by the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity. Wages for tipped employees will rise to $4.65 an hour, up from $4.29. The wage increase is based on the increase of the federal Consumer Price Index for urban wage workers in the southeastern United States. Florida among 10 states has been automatically raising minimum wage rates according to the 2004 constitutional amendment. The federal rate, now $7.25 an hour, must be raised by an act of Congress. Also, Florida was sued earlier this year for using an inflation calculation that reduced the annual increase by factoring in a deflationary period in 2009.


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