Employees of organizations with gross annual sales of less than $100,000 and fewer than 10 full-time employees may pay their employees a minimum wage of $2 per hour (OK Stat. Tit. 40 Sec. 197.5).
Employees working for employers with 10 or more employees or gross annual sales of at least $100,000 (OK Stat. Tit. 40 Sec. 197.4) are covered by the state minimum wage law, except for the following:
• Outside sales representatives
• Federal government employees
• Domestic workers in private homes
• Volunteers for charitable, religious, and other nonprofit organizations
• Newspaper carriers and vendors
• Minors under the age of 18 who are not high school or vocational training graduates
• Temporary employees working fewer than 25 hours a week
• Students under the age of 22 who are regularly enrolled in school
• Retail feed store employees
• Reserve deputy sheriffs
• Employees of common carriers subject to the Interstate Commerce Act
• Salaried white-collar personnel in executive, administrative, and professional jobs
Note: The U.S. Department ...