Ohio's minimum wage, minor labor, and prevailing wage law establish a safe, equitable playing field for all Ohioans to participate in the workforce.
View more labor law frequently asked questions as well as more answers to common questions.
- How can I report suspected age discrimination at work?
- What is the minimum wage?
- Where can I file a complaint related to wages, overtime, or minor labor?
- Where can I find updated minimum wage posters?
- Where can I learn about Ohio's laws regarding wages and overtime?
- Where can I learn about Ohio's minor labor laws?
Learn about age discrimination and file a charge with the Ohio Civil Rights Commission.
The Director of the Department of Commerce annually adjusts the wage rate as specified in Section 34a of Article II, Ohio Constitution.
For the current minimum wage in Ohio, refer to the latest Minimum Wage Poster published by the department.
The Ohio Department of Commerce's Bureau of Wage & Hour Administration receives and investigates complaints related to minimum and prevailing wages, unpaid wages, incorrect pay, minor labor law violations and more.
Download the latest minimum wage poster from the Ohio Department of Commerce's Wage and Hour Division.
According to the Ohio Department of Commerce's Bureau of Wage and Hour Administration, Ohio's labor laws are primarily established in Article II, Section 34a of the Ohio Constitution and Title 41 of the Ohio Revised Code, and particularly Chapter 4111: Minimum Fair Wage Standards and Chapter 4113: Miscellaneous Labor Provisions.
Ohio's minor labor laws are established in Chapter 4109 of the Ohio Revised Code.
You can get help regarding Ohio minor labor law from the Ohio Department of Commerce's Bureau of Wage and Hour Administration.
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