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North Carolina Inheritance Law & Probate Procedure


North Carolina Wage & Hour Law

  • North Carolina Minimum Wage:  
    • Currently the minimum wage in North Carolina is $7.25 an hour. But this is all an employer must pay its employees by statute pursuant to the North Carolina Wage and Hour Act (WHA). 

      Cumberland County Minimum Wage

      The minimum wage in Cumberland County is $7.25 an hour, the state minimum wage. North Carolina law prohibits city and county governments from adopting a local minimum wage that's higher than the state minimum wage. 

      Fayetteville Minimum Wage

      The minimum wage in Fayetteville, North Carolina, is $7.25 an hour, the state minimum wage. North Carolina law prohibits city and county governments from adopting a local minimum wage that's higher than the state minimum wage. 

  • Overtime Pay: Every state has rules about weekly maximum hours and overtime. Learn about the overtime laws in North Carolina and whether they apply to you.
  • Wage Claims: If you're being unlawfully underpaid, you need to learn how to file a "Wage Claim" in North Carolina. 
  • Tips : Every state has special pay rates for tipped workers. Find out the rules for tipped workers in North Carolina.
    • In North Carolina, your employer may pay you a minimum wage of $2.13 an hour, as long as you earn enough in tips to bring your total hourly pay up to the full minimum wage, $7.25 an hour. If you don’t earn enough in tips to bring your compensation to the full minimum wage, your employer must make up the difference.


Bankruptcy & Debt


North Carolina Unemployment Benefits


Democracy In North Carolina, Cumberland County, Fayetteville 


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