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Did you know that certain nonresident employees who live in the District of Columbia, Kentucky, Maryland, Pennsylvania, or West Virginia commute daily to work in Virginia and receive wages for services performed in Virginia for an employer within Virginia’s geographical boundaries are exempt from withholding requirements?
Virginia’s minimum wage law requires that employees be paid $7.25*** per hour.
Except for: employees of employers with at least four workers (including the employee’s spouse, parents, or children), all employees of employers with at least four workers are protected.
employees covered by the Fair Labor Standards Act; commission-based outside salespeople; farm laborers or employees; persons whose earning capacity is impaired by physical or mental disability; employees working in primarily government-supported charitable institutions; cab drivers and operators; piece-rate employees; employees under the age of 16 or over the age of 64; full-time students
Employers subject to Virginia’s wage payment statute are required to pay salaried employees once a month, and hourly employees biweekly or twice a month.