Montana minimum wage to increase to $8.30 on January 1

by Jason S. Ritchie

On September 29, the Montana Department of Labor and Industry (DOLI) announced that the Montana minimum wage will rise to $8.30 per hour on January 1, 2018. Under Montana law, the DOLI is required to annually review the Consumer Price Index and adjust the state minimum wage to reflect increases in the cost of living. The DOLI recently completed its annual review, and Montana workers who earn minimum wage will see an increase from $8.15 per hour to $8.30 per hour on January 1.

Jason Ritchie is the editor of Montana Employment Law Letter and a partner with Ritchie Manning LLP in Billings. You can reach him at jritchie@ritchiemanning.com.

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Excerpted from Montana Employment Law Letter written by attorneys at the law firm of Holland & Hart LLP. MONTANA EMPLOYMENT LAW LETTER is not intended to be and should not be used as a substitute for specific legal advice, since legal opinions may only be given in response to inquiries regarding specific factual situations. If legal advice is required, the services of counsel should be sought. Contact the attorneys at Holland & Hart LLP.
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