Minimum Wage in Bonneville County, Idaho

Ammon, Idaho 83401

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Ammon, ID Minimum Wage and Wage Claims

What Is the Minimum Wage in Ammon, ID?

You are entitled to the highest minimum wage that applies where you work, whether set by your city, county, or state government. (Most cities and counties don’t have their own minimum wage laws.)

Idaho Minimum Wage

The minimum wage in Idaho is the same as the federal minimum wage: $7.25 an hour.

Learn more about the minimum wage and other Idaho wage and hour laws at https://labor.idaho.gov/dnn/Businesses/Idaho-Labor-Laws/Labor-Laws-FAQ.

What Is the Tipped Minimum Wage in Ammon, ID?

Some states and local governments allow employers to pay tipped employees a lower minimum hourly wage; others don't. 

Idaho Tipped Minimum Wage

In Idaho, your employer may pay you a minimum wage of $3.35 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.

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Who Enforces Ammon, ID Minimum Wage Laws?

Idaho Enforcement Agency

If you have questions about Idaho's minimum wage, contact the

Idaho Department of Labor

URL: https://labor.idaho.gov/dnn

Phone: 208-332-3570

Find the address and phone number of the nearest office of the Idaho Department of Labor at https://labor.idaho.gov/dnn/Businesses/Idaho-Labor-Laws#6.

Email: wageandhour.bureau@labor.idaho.gov

How to File a Wage Claim in Ammon, ID

If you were not paid the minimum wage in Ammon, ID, you may have the right to file a wage claim or complaint with a government agency. Be sure to look at the wage claim materials (below) for the agency that enforces the law you believe was violated, whether city, county, or state. 

All jurisdictions impose a time limit on how far back you may claim unpaid wages, so it's important to file your claim quickly. There may be other restrictions on the claims you may file, such as dollar-amount limits or limits on the agency’s ability to force employers to comply with the law. You may be required to ask your employer to pay you correctly before you file a claim. And, you almost always have the option to go straight to court and file a lawsuit instead of filing a wage claim with a government agency. For these reasons, it often makes sense to talk to an experienced wage and hour lawyer to make sure you know all of your options, understand the strength of your claims, and decide how to proceed.

Filing a Wage Claim with the Idaho Department of Labor

The Idaho Department of Labor has posted information and an online wage claim form at its website.

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Get Help With Ammon, ID Wage Claims and Lawsuits

If you are considering filing a wage claim or lawsuit, you may want to speak to a local wage and hour attorney. The resources below can help you find a lawyer near you.

Ammon, ID Free or Low-Cost Legal Assistance

Legal aid offices provide free legal assistance to low-income people. Typically, you must qualify for legal aid based on your income. Visit Idaho Legal Aid Services to find local resources and legal aid offices.

Some law schools have free legal clinics that provide assistance with specific problems, including wage and hour issues and other employment matters. Find a list of law schools offering legal clinics on a variety of issues at the American Bar Association Center for Pro Bono.

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Ammon, ID Lawyer Directories

Lawyer Referral Services in Idaho. Check with the Idaho State Bar for information on lawyer referral services in Ammon, ID. Lawyer referral services match people with attorneys who specialize in particular legal fields, such as wage and hour law.

NELA’s “Find-A-Lawyer” Service. Search the National Employment Lawyer’s Association’s membership to find Ammon, ID lawyers who specialize in wage and hour claims and other employment issues.


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