CHICAGO, ILLINOIS - JANUARY 15: Demonstrators participate in a protest outside of McDonald's corporate headquarters on January 15, 2021 in Chicago, Illinois. The protest was part of a nationwide effort calling for minimum wage to be raised to $15-per-hour. (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)

Ohio minimum wage increased again Jan. 1 — for some

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The minimum wage for Ohio’s larger employers increased on Monday from $10.10 to $10.45 an hour for non-tipped employees, the Ohio Department of Commerce announced Wednesday. Tipped employees of larger companies will see an increase from $5.05 an hour to $5.25.

The increases are the consequence of a constitutional amendment passed by Ohio voters in 2006 that ties minimum wages to the Consumer Price Index — the federal government’s index of inflation. It “increased by 3.7 % over the 12-month period from Sept. 1, 2022, to Aug. 31, 2023,” the Department of Commerce said in a statement.

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