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 New Mexico Minimum Wage Summary PDF

The New Mexico Minimum Wage Summary is a labor law posters poster by the New Mexico Department Of Workforce Solutions. This is a mandatory posting for all employers in New Mexico, and businesses who fail to comply may be subject to fines or sanctions.

Updated 1/2023. This poster must be posted in a conspicuous place where all employees will see it. This poster describes the minimum wage that employers must pay tipped and untipped employees as well as how to deal with overtime pay. This poster also lists where to go in case an individual has their rights violated under this law as well as the penalties on employers who violate this law.

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$	12	 per hour	 as of 	January 1, 2023	 	
 OVERTIME PAY	 	 	 	At least 1½ times your regular hourly rate of pay 	 	
for all hours worked over 40 in a workweek.	 	
TIPPED WORKERS	 	Employers must pay tipped employees an hourly rate of at least $	3 	
per hour. If the tips plus the hourly rate do not equal at least $	12 	per 	
hour, the employer must make up the difference. Tipped employees 
have a right to keep all of their tips. Tip pooling 	may only be among 	
wait staff.	 	
NO SEPARATE RATE 	 	These minimum wage rates apply to all employees	 	
FOR STUDENTS OR 	 	regardless of their age or student status.	 	
DAMAGES	 	Employers who violate the minimum wage or overtime requirements 
are required to pay 	impacted employees the full amount of their 	
underpaid wages plus interest, plus an additional amount equal to 
twice the underpaid wages. 	 	
RETALIATION 	 	It is unlawful to retaliate against an employee for 	 	
PROHIBITED	 	asserting a wage claim or for informing o	ther employees of their 	
ENFORCEMENT	 	The Labor Relations Division of the Department of Workforce 
Solutions investigates claims and recovers back wages for employees 
who have been underpaid in violation of law, regardless of the dollar 
value of the	 claim, going back at least three years, or longer if there 	
was a continuing course of conduct. Violations may result in civil or 
criminal action. 	 	
LOCAL MINIMUM	 	The City of 	Santa Fe and Santa Fe County have higher 	base	 	
WAGE RATES	 	minimum 	wage rates	. Albuquerque and Las Cruces	 have	 higher 	
tipped minimum wage rates.	 	
ADDITIONAL	  	 	 	Certain jobs or employers are exempt from the minimum wage or	  	
INFORMATION	  	 	 	overtime 	provisions.	  	
Employers must display this poster where employees can easily see it.	 	
For more information or to file a wage claim, contact the Labor Relations Division 
at 505	-841	-4400, or online at

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