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 Minimum Wage Rates (English) PDF

The Minimum Wage Rates (English) is a labor law posters poster by the Wisconsin Department Of Workforce Development. This is a mandatory posting for all employers in Wisconsin, and businesses who fail to comply may be subject to fines or sanctions.

This poster, written in English, describes what the minimum wage is for various occupations.


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ERD-9247 -P (R.   0 3/201 9)	 
Wisconsin Minimum Wage Rates	 	
Effective July 24, 2009 (Wis. Stat. ch. 104)	 	
 	
General Minimum Wage Rates  	
 	
Non-Opportunity Employees:          Opportunity Employees : 	
 	
$7.25 per Hour  $5.90 per Hour 	
 	
Minimum Wage Rates for Tipped Employees	 	
 
   Non-Opportunity Employees:          Opportunity Employees : 	
 	
   $2.33 per Hour  $2.13 per Hour 
 
Note:  “Opportunity employee” means an employee who is not yet 20 years old and who has been in employment 
status with a particular employer for 90 or fewer consecutive calendar days from the date of initial employment.  
 	
Minimum Wage Rates for All Agricultural Employees 	
 	
 	Adults  $7.25 per Hour  	
 	
  Minors  $7.25 per Hour  	
 	
Minimum Rates for Caddies  	
 	
 	9 Holes $5.90   18 Holes $10.50 	
For more information contact:  	
 	
STATE OF WISCONSIN 	
DEPARTMENT OF WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT  	
EQUAL RIGHTS DIVISION 	
 	
201 E WASHINGTON AVE, ROOM  A100  819 N 6TH ST ROOM 723 
MADISON  WI  53703   MILWAUKEE WI  53203 
 
PO BOX 8928  PO BOX 7997 
MADISON WI 53708- 8928  MILWAUKEE WI 53707-7997 
Telephone:  (608) 266-6860  Telephone:  (414) 227-4384 
TTY:  (608) 264- 8752  TTY:  (414) 227-4081 	
 	
Website: http://dwd.wisconsin.gov/er/  	
 	
The Department of Workforce Development is an equal opportunity employer and service provider.  If you have a 
disability and need to access this information in an alternate format or need it translated to another language, 
please contact us.

Wisconsin Maximum Allowances for Board and Lodging 	
 
 	
Effective July 24, 2009 	
 	
Non -Agricultural Employment  	
 
 	
 	Non	-Opportunity Employees	 	Opportunity Employees	 	
Meals   $87.00 Per Week 
$4.15 Per Meal   $70.80 Per Week 
$3.35 Per Meal  
Lodging  $58.00 Per Week 
$8.30 Per Day   $47.20 Per Week 
$6.75 Per Day  	
 
 
 
 	
Agricultural Employment  	
 	
All Employees 	
 	
Meals  $87.00 Per Week 
$4.15 Per Meal  
Lodging  $58.00 Per Week 
$8.30 Per Day  	
 
 
 
 	
Camp Counselor Employment  	
 
 	
Weekly Salary for All Employees [Adults and Minors]  	
 
 	
 	Board & Lodging	 	Board Only	 	No Board or Lodging	 	
Salary Rates  $210.00  $265.00 $350.00 	
 
When board or lodging provided by an employer is accepted and received by an employee, the employer is 
permitted to deduct up to the  above amounts from the worker’s paycheck.  The amounts deducted are 
used to determine if the employee is receiving the required minimum wage rates.

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