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 Albuquerque Annual Minimum Wage Rate Adjustment PDF

The Albuquerque Annual Minimum Wage Rate Adjustment is a labor law posters poster by the New Mexico Department Of Workforce Solutions. This poster is mandatory for some employers, including employers in albuquerque.

This poster serves as a notice to employees about Albuquerque's minimum wage ordinances.

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The City of Albuquerque Minimum Wage Ordinance requires the City to post	 the adjusted 	
minimum  wage  and  the  adjusted  tipped  minimum  wage  for  the  forthcoming  year  on	 the 	City’s 	
internet 	home  page  each  year  by  October  15.  The  2019  minimum  wage  required  to	 be  paid  from 	
January 1, 2019 through December 31, 2019 is underlined	 below.	 	
1. Starting January 1, 2019, the minimum wage will be	 $9.20	. 	
2. Starting  January  1,  2019,  the  minimum  wage  will  be 	$8.20	 if  the	 employee’s  employer 	
provides healthcare and/or childcare benefits to the employee during any	 pay period and the 	
employer pays an  amount  for these benefits  equal  to  or in  excess  of	 an  annualized cost  of	 	
3. Starting January 1, 2019, the	 minimum wage for tipped employees will be	 $5.50	. 	
Consumer Price Index 	- Urban Wage Earners and Clerical	 Workers	 	
CPI	 Index	 	
August	-2017	 	239.448	  	 	 	
August	-2018	 	246.336	  	 	 	
Percent	 change	 	2.877%	  	 	 	
Minimum Wage	 of	 	
Jan 2018	 
Wage as of	 January 	
 	$  8.95	 	$ 0.26	 	$  0.25	 	$  9.20	 	
With Health	 Care	 	$  7.95	 	 	 	$  8.20	 	
Tipped	 Employee 	
(60% of the 2019 
Minimum Wage)	 	
$  5.35	 	
$  5.50

La  Ordenanza 	relativa  al  salario  mínimo  para la Ciudad de  Albuquerque exige 	 que 	
la  Ciudad  publique  la  información  del  salario  mínimo  modificado  y  del  salario	 mínimo 	
modificado	 para	 quienes	 reciben	 propinas,	 correspondiente	 al siguiente	 año,	 en	 la página	 	
web  de  la	 Ciudad  de  Albuquerque,  a  más  tardar  el  día  15  de  octubre  de  todos  los  años.	 A 	
continuación,  se detalla el  salario  mínimo de  2019,  que  se  deberá  pagar  desde  el   1 	 de 	
enero	 de	 2019	 hasta	 el 31	 de	 diciembre	 de	 2019.	 	
1. A partir del 1 de enero	 de 2019, el salario mínimo será de	 $9.20	. 	
2. A  partir  del  1  de  enero  de  201	9 el  salario  mínimo  será  de 	$8.20 	si  el	 empleador 	
proporciona beneficios  médicos y/o para el cuidado de los niños al	 empleado durante 	
cualquier período de pago y el empleador paga 	una suma para cubrir	 estos beneficios 	
igual o mayor al costo anual de	 $2,500.00.	 	
3. A  partir  del  1  de  enero  de  2019  el  salario  mínimo  para  los  empleados	 que  reciben 	
propinas será de	 $5.50	. 	
Índices de precios al consumidor  	– Asalariados urbanos y empleado	s administrativos	 	
Índice	 IPC	 	
Agosto	-201	7 	23	9.448	  	 	 	
Agosto	-201	8 	246.336	  	 	 	
Cambio	 porcentual	 	2.877%	  	 	 	
Salario mínimo	 de	 	Enero	-18 	Aumento	 	Redondeado	 	Salario de enero de	 201	9 	
 	$  8.95	 	$ 0.26	 	$  0.25	 	$  9.20	 	
Con seguro	 médico	 	$  7.	95 	 	 	$  8.20	 	
Empleado que recibe	 propinas 	
(60% en	 2019)	 	
$  5.35	 	
$  5.50

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