My business is based in another municipality, but I have employees who work in Portland. In 2017, must I pay these workers $10.68 an hour?

No. An employer must have a place of business in the City of Portland and have employees who are performing work within the City to be required to compensate their employees in 2017 at a rate of at least $10.68 per hour.

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1. Who does the new minimum wage apply to?
2. My business is based in another municipality, but I have employees who work in Portland. In 2017, must I pay these workers $10.68 an hour?
3. Does the new minimum wage apply to tipped workers?
4. Do I as an employer have to pay a service employee a cash wage of $10.68 per hour?
5. What records should I as an employer be keeping?
6. Does the new minimum wage affect how much overtime I must pay my employees?
7. What happens if I, as an Employer, fail to pay an Employee the City’s minimum wage?
8. What notice of this change must I, as an Employer, give to my Employees?
9. Are Maine wage and hour laws, etc. still applicable?
10. I couldn’t find the answer to my question here, who should I contact?