Maryland Free Printable Minimum Wage Law Posters Maryland Minimum Wage and Overtime Law Poster Required

The Maryland Minimum Wage and Overtime Law is a minimum wage law poster by the Maryland Department Of Labor, Licensing and Regulation. This is a mandatory posting for all employers in Maryland, and businesses who fail to comply may be subject to fines or sanctions.

This poster must be posted in a conspicuous place where all employees will see it. This poster describes what the Minimum Wage is for tipped and untipped employees, when the Minimum Wage will go up, how much the Minimum Wage will be when it goes up, information on Overtime, as well as exceptions to the Minimum Wage Law and Overtime Law, and where to get information or file a complaint of a violation of rights under this law.


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Minimum Wage	 	
Rev. 7/2017	 	
EMPLOYERS ARE REQUIRED BY LAW TO POST THIS INFORMATION.	  	
PAY RECORDS MUST BE KEPT FOR 	3 YEARS 	ON OR ABOUT THE PLACE OF WORK. 	 	
PENALTIES ARE PRESCRIBED FOR VIOLATIONS OF THE LAW.	 	
( L a b or   an d  Em pl oy m en t  Ar t i cl e ,   T it l e 3 ,   Su bt it l e  4 ,   An n ot at e d  C o de   of   Ma r y l an d)	 	
Minimum 
Wage Rates	 	
 	
Previous:	 	
 	
$8.75	 	
Effective 7/1/16	 	
 
 	
Future:	 	
$10.10	 	
Effective 7/1/18	 	
 
  	
Effective 	 	
July 1, 2017 	 	
Montgomery Co. 	  	
and	 	
Effective 	 	
Oct. 1, 2017 	 	
Prince George’s Co. 	 	
NEW minimum wage 	
rates take effect. 
Employers in these 
counties are required 
to post the applicable 	
rate 	information.	 	
Overtime	 	
Most employees must be paid the Maryland State Minimum Wage Rate.	 	
Tipped Employees 	(earning more than $30 per month in tips)	: must earn the State Minimum 	
Wage Rate per hour. Employers must pay at least 	$3.63 	per hour. This amount plus tips 	
must equal at least the State Minimum Wage Rate.	 	
Amusement and Recreational Establishments (who meet certain requirements):	 must pay 	
employees at least 85% of the State Minimum Wage Rate or $7.25, whichever is higher.	 	
Employees under 20 years of age: 	must earn at least 85% of the State Minimum Wage Rate 	
for the first 6 months of employment.	 	
Most employees must be paid 	1.5 times	 their usual hourly rate for all work over 	40 hrs. 	per 	
week. Exceptions:	 	
 Bowling establishments, and institutions providing on	-premise care (other than hospitals) 	
to the sick, the aged, or individuals with disabilities for all work over 	48 hrs. 	per week	 	 
 Agricultural workers for all work over 	60 hrs. 	per week	 	
Exemptions	 	
FOR	 MORE	 INFORMATION	 OR	 TO	 FILE	 A COMPLAINT	 CONTACT	: 	
Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation	 	
Division of Labor and Industry	—Employment Standards Service	 	
1100 North Eutaw Street, Room 607	 	
Baltimore, MD	  21201	 	
Telephone Number: (410) 767	-2357 • Fax Number: (410) 333	-7303	 	
E-mail:	 dldliemploymentstandards	[email protected]	 	
Minimum Wage and Overtime Exemptions:	 	
 Immediate family member of the employer	 	
 Certain agricultural employees	 	
 Executives, administrative, and 
professional employees	 	
 Volunteers for educational, charitable, 
religious, and non	-profit organizations	 	
 Employees under 16 working less than 20 
hours per week	 	
 Outside salesman	 	
 Commissioned employees	 	
 Employees enrolled as a trainee as part of a 
public school special education program	 	
 Non	-administrative employees of 	
organized camps	 	
 Certain establishments selling food and 
drink for consumption on the premises 
grossing less than $400,000 annually	 	
 Drive	-in theaters	 	
 
 Establishments engaged in the first 
canning, packing or freezing of fruits, 
vegetables, poultry, or seafood	 	 
 
Overtime Only Exemptions 	 	
(must earn the State Minimum Wage Rate):	 	
 Taxicab drivers	 	
 Certain employees selling/servicing 
automobiles, farm equipment, trailers, or 
trucks	 	
 Non	-profit concert promoter, theater, 	
music festival, music pavilion, or theatrical 
show	 	
 Employers subject to certain railroad 
requirements of the U.S. Dept. of 
Transportation, the Federal Motor Carrier 
Act, and the Interstate Commerce 
Commission	 	
 	
Maryland	 Minimum Wage 	
and Overtime Law	 	
Current:	 	
$9.25	 	
Effective 7/1/17

Other Maryland Labor Law Posters 5 PDFS

There are an additional ten optional and mandatory Maryland labor law posters that may be relevant to your business. Be sure to also print all relevant state labor law posters, as well as all mandatory federal labor law posters.

Poster Name Poster Type
Mandatory DLLR/OUI 328 to Employees Unemployment Law
Mandatory Maryland Minimum Wage and Overtime Law Minimum Wage Law
Mandatory DLLR PUB/OUI 6116 Health Insurance Law
Mandatory Discriminacio'n en el Empleo es Illegal (Spanish Poster-Color) Equal Opportunity Law
Mandatory Employment Discrimination is Unlawful (Poster-Color) Equal Opportunity Law

View all 11 Maryland labor law posters


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