Increase to the Colorado State Minimum Wage for 2018

The Colorado Department of Labor and Employment has released the proposed changes to the state minimum wage for 2018.  The proposed changes align with the changes voted into the state constitution as Amendment 70 last year.  Effective January 1st, 2018 the minimum wage will increase to $10.20 per hour and will continue to increase by $0.90 per year until it …

Estimated Increase to the Colorado State Minimum Wage for 2016

  The Consumer Price Index for Denver Boulder Greeley has increased by 1.0%, which means a new minimum wage rate for 2016. The minimum wage rule enacted in 2006 to the Colorado Constitution requires the state’s minimum wage rate to be adjusted each year for inflation. The inflation adjustment is based on the US Bureau of Labor Statistics’ Consumer Price Index for All Urban …

Estimated Increase to the Colorado State Minimum Wage for 2015

The Consumer Price Index for Denver Boulder Greeley has increased by 2.9%, which means a new minimum wage rate for 2015. The minimum wage rule enacted in 2006 to the Colorado Constitution requires the state’s minimum wage rate to be adjusted each year for inflation. The inflation adjustment is based on the US Bureau of Labor Statistics’ Consumer Price Index for All Urban …

Estimated Increase to the Colorado State Minimum Wage for 2014

The Consumer Price Index for Denver Boulder Greeley has increased by 2.8%, which means a new minimum wage rate for 2014. The minimum wage rule enacted in 2006 to the Colorado Constitution requires the state’s minimum wage rate to be adjusted each year for inflation. The inflation adjustment is based on the US Bureau of Labor Statistics’ Consumer Price Index …

Colorado State Minimum Wage Increase Finalized for 2013

The Colorado minimum wage increase for 2013 has been approved. The rate will increase to $7.78 per hour. The state of Colorado has also posted the new Minimum Wage Poster which will need to be posted at all worksites by the first of January. StaffScapes will be sending out to all of our clients the updated poster shortly. If you have any …

Colorado State Minimum Wage Set to Increase Again for 2013

The Consumer Price Index for Denver Boulder Greeley has increased by 1.8%, which means a new minimum wage rate for 2013. The minimum wage rule enacted in 2006 to the Colorado Constitution requires the state’s minimum wage rate to be adjusted each year for inflation. The inflation adjustment is based on the US Bureau of Labor Statistics’ Consumer Price Index for …

Colorado Employers:  Minimum wage to increase January 1

If you are an employer and have minimum wage earners on your payroll, now is the time to plan for the increase that will be mandated come January 1, 2012.  Colorado’s minimum wage will increase 28 cents from $7.36 per hour to $7.64 per hour as a result of a state law that links annual wage to cost-of-living fluctuations known …

The Colorado Department of Labor recently announced the new minimum wage rate for 2011

The minimum wage rule enacted in 2006 to the Colorado Constitution requires the state’s minimum wage rate to be adjusted each year for inflation. The inflation adjustment is based on the US Bureau of Labor Statistics’ Consumer Price Index for All Urban Consumers (CPI-U) for the Denver-Boulder-Greeley combined area. This adjustment is based on the difference between the CPI-U from …

Colorado’s Minimum Wage Rate for 2010

The Colorado Department of Labor just announced the new minimum wage rate for 2010. The minimum wage rule enacted in 2006 to the Colorado Constitution requires the state’s minimum wage rate to be adjusted each year for inflation. The inflation adjustment is based on the US Bureau of Labor Statistics’ Consumer Price Index for All Urban Consumers (CPI-U) for the Denver-Boulder-Greeley combined area. …

Federal Minimum Wage Increase

Federal minimum wage increases Friday The federal minimum hourly wage will increase this Friday (July 24, 2009) to $7.25 per hour. This is the last and final increase put in place by The Fair Minimum Wage Act of 2007. Many states have a seperate state minimum wage different from the federal.  Employers are required to pay which ever (federal or state) minimum wage amount is higher …