R.I. minimum wage rises; UI, TDI rates decline

CRANSTON – The R.I. Department of Labor and Training reminds employers that the Rhode Island minimum wage has gone up, effective Jan. 1, but the rates for unemployment insurance and temporary disability insurance have gone down. The state’s new minimum wage for workers 16 and older is $7.40 per hour. More information, including exceptions, is…

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