Thanks to the Fight For $15, New York State has put fast food workers on the path to $15 an hour! The New York City Fast Food Minimum Wage goes up to $12 on December 31, 2016.
|Fast Food*||31 Dec 2015||31 Dec 2016||31 Dec 2017||31 Dec 2018|
|Rest of NY State||$9.75||$10.75||$11.75||$12.75|
Fast food workers have led the Fight for $15, helping to boost the minimum wage across New York State. As our minimum wage goes up, workers in other industries will see a smaller minimum wage increase.
Are you a fast food worker? Have concerns about getting your raise or want to learn more about getting involved in the Fight For $15? Fill out the form below and we’ll be in touch!**
*”Fast Food Establishment” shall mean any establishment in the state of New York: (a) which has as its primary purpose serving food or drink items; (b) where patrons order or select items and pay before eating and such items may be consumed on the premises, taken out, or delivered to the customer’s location; (c) which offers limited service; (d) which is part of a chain; and (e) which is one of thirty (30) or more establishments nationally, including: (i) an integrated enterprise which owns or operates thirty (30) or more such establishments in the aggregate nationally; or (ii) an establishment operated pursuant to a Franchise where the Franchisor and the Franchisee(s) of such Franchisor owns or operate thirty (30) or more such establishments in the aggregate nationally. ”Fast Food Establishment” shall include such establishments located within non-Fast Food Establishments.
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