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Laura Flint <[log in to unmask]>
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Jump on Board for Success <[log in to unmask]>
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Wed, 1 Dec 2004 12:33:26 EST
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Hi All,

Here is a table to help you with individuals who receive or will be receiving SSDI benefits starting January 2005.  It was created by Bill Naughton (his information is below if you have questions).  

Bill Naughton, M.A.
Supported Employment Coordinator
Southeastern Mental Health Authority
401 West Thames Street, Building 301
Norwich, CT 06360
860-859-4620
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And FYI:  The federal minimum wage is $5.15. 

Vermont Minimum Wage Law:
Effective January 1, 2004, the minimum wage in Vermont is $6.75 per hour. Effective January 1, 2005, the minimum wage in Vermont will increase to $7.00 per hour.

Vermont's minimum wage law covers all employers with two or more employees. The term employee does not include individuals employed in: (1) agriculture; (2) domestic service; (3) federal or state employees; (4) publicly supported nonprofit organizations except practical nurses, nurses' aides, and laundry employees; (5) bona fide executive, administrative or professional capacity; (6) individuals employed to deliver newspapers to homes; (7) taxicab drivers; (8) outside salespersons; and (9) students working during all or any part of the school year or during vacations.


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