Get Prepped: October 1 Minimum Wage Increase

09.24.2019
HR & Safety

On October 1 the state minimum wage increases to $11, the first in a series of increases over the four years.

Gov. Ned Lamont signed legislation May 28 boosting Connecticut’s hourly minimum wage to $15 by 2023.

The move increases the wage by almost 50% in just four years. The hourly wage was last raised in 2017.

In episode three, the BizCast reviews the history of minimum wage increases in Connecticut, national trends, and share tips to get your business prepared.

Connecticut Minimum Wage Hike

Tune in as we interview business and community leaders and policymakers who delve into the highs and lows of doing business in Connecticut.

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