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 Maryland Minimum Wage and Overtime Law  PDF

The Maryland Minimum Wage and Overtime Law is a labor law posters 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. It describes what the minimum wage is for tipped and untipped employees, when the minimum wage will go up, and how much the minimum wage will be when it goes up, information on overtime. It also details 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. 12/2019	 	
( 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)	 	
Wage Rates	 	
Employers with 15 or 
more employees:	 	
Employers with 14 or 
fewer employees:	 	
Montgomery Co. & 
Prince Georges Co.:	 	
Different minimum 
wage rates are in 
effect. Employers in 
these counties are 
required to post the 	
applicable rate 
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. Subject to the adoption of related regulations, restaurant employers 
who utilize a tip credit are required to provide employees with a written or electronic wage state-
ment for each pay period showing the employee’s effective hourly rate of pay including employer 
paid cash wages plus tips for tip credit hours worked for each workweek of the pay period. Addi-
tional information and updates will be posted on the Maryland Department of Labor website.	 	
Employees under 18 years of age 	must earn at least 85% of the State Minimum Wage Rate.	 	
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	 	
Maryland Department of Labor	 	
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 
 Volunteers for educational, charitable, religious, 
and non	-profit organizations	 	
 Employees under 16 working less than 20 hours 
per week	 	
 Outside salespersons	 	
 Commissioned employees	 	
 Employees enrolled as a trainee as part of a 
public school special education program	 	
 Non	-administrative employees of organized 	
 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	 	
 Seasonal amusement and recreational 
establishments that meet certain criteria 	 	
Maryland	 Minimum Wage 	
and Overtime Law	 	
Effective 1/1/20 	 	
Scheduled 1/1/21	
Scheduled 1/1/22	 	
Effective 1/1/20	 	
Scheduled 1/1/21	
Scheduled 1/1/22

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As of April 1 2020, all employers in the United States with less than 500 employees MUST display or digitally distribute a Families First Coronavirus Response Act paid leave poster.

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