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Reminder: Oregon Minimum Wage Increases on July 1, 2024

22 May

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We wanted to remind employers that the Oregon Consumer Privacy Act (OCPA) will be effective on July 1, 2024.

  • The standard state minimum wage will increase from $14.20 to $14.70 per hour.
  • The Portland Metro area minimum wage will increase from $15.45 to $15.95 per hour.
  • The minimum wage for nonurban counties will increase from $13.20 to $13.70 per hour.
  • Oregon does not permit tip credit wages.


For additional information, please visit Oregon Minimum Wage Schedule click here.

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Learn more about how Vensure's Oregon PEO services can help you navigate complex employment laws and keep your business compliant.


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