Wisconsin Printable Free Minimum Wage Law Posters Wisconsin Workers With Disabilities Paid At Special Minimum Wage Poster

The Workers With Disabilities Paid At Special Minimum Wage is a Wisconsin minimum wage law poster provided for businesses by the Wisconsin Department Of Workforce Development. This notification is required for some employers, such as employers with a special minimum wage license.

This poster details the State of Wisconsin's provisions for minimum wage and overtime work. Indeed, in the State, employers are covered with respect to both. More specifically, State law requires payment of not less than the minimum wage for all hours worked and not less than time and one-half the regular pay rate for all hours worked overtime.

The poster goes on to detail provisions with respect to minimum wage and overtime work for workers with disabilities.

Employers are required by State law to post notice of the policies detailed on this poster in a conspicuous place in any place of business.

Those wishing to know more about this policy or with questions, comments, or concerns is encouraged to contact the Equal Rights Division of the Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development (contact information is provided on the poster itself).

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ERD-9116- P (R.  03/2019)  	
Wisconsin Minimum Wage , Hours of Work and  Overtime Laws 	
Generally, employees are covered by Wisconsin's minimum wage and overtime law provisions.  The law 
requires payment of not l ess than the minimum wage for all hours worked, and payment of time and one- half 
an employee's regular rate of pay for all hours worked over forty in a work week.  There may be other 
requirements.  Child labor law provisions apply to employees under 18 years of age.  
Special Minimum Wages  under DWD 279	  	
Workers whose disabilities impair their ability to perform their work may be employed under a special minimum 
wage license issued by the Department of Workforce Development.  This establishment has such a li cense.  
The rates must reflect the productivity of the worker compared to the productivity of a worker not disabled for 
similar work, and to the wages paid to experienced workers performing the same or similar work in the vicinity.  
To be able to pay less  than the standard applicable minimum wage, this facility must also have a certificate 
under Section 14(c) of the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), issued by the US Department of Labor.   
Effective July 22, 2016, the FLSA prevents this establishment from em ploying persons 24 years of age or 
younger at a special minimum wage unless certain conditions are met.  The Division of Vocational 
Rehabilitation (DVR) will provide documentation that these conditions have been met.   DVR will also provide 
career counseling and information and referral services designed to promote opportunities for competitive, 
integrated employment, regardless of age, to individuals who are known to be employed at special minimum 
wages every six months for the first year of the individual' s subminimum wage employment and annually 
thereafter for the duration of such employment.  
Worker Notification 	
The employer shall inform orally and in writing, each worker with a disability, and parent and/or guardian if 
appropriate, of the terms of the special minimum wage license under which the worker is employed.  
Review Process, Complaints,  or Questions  	
A request for reconsideration or review under this law must be filed within 60 days after learning of the action.  
To file such a request, make a complaint, for answers to questions about the law, or for a complete 
copy of the law, contact:  	
201 E WASHINGTON AVE ROOM  A100 819 N 6th ST ROOM 723  
MADISON WI  53708   MILWAUKEE WI  53203  
PO BOX 8928  PO BOX 7997 
MADISON WI 53708- 8928  MADISON WI 53707- 7997 
Telephone:   (608) 266- 6860  Telephone:  (414) 227- 4384 
TTY:  (608) 264- 8752  TTY:   (414) 227- 4081 	
Website: http://dwd.wisconsin.gov/er/  	
The Department of Workforce Development is an equal opportunity employer and service provider.  If you 
have a disability and need to access this information in an alternate format or need it translated to another 
language, please contact  us:

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