The minimum wage is set to rise in Jersey in October.
It will go up from £7.88 to £8.02 for all employees over the age of 16.
It comes after Jersey's Social Security Minister accepted a two-stage minimum wage increase last year.
It means that there will have been a 6.9 percent pay increase in total this year, which Deputy Judy Martin says will equate to an extra £1,082 a year for employees working a 40-hour week.
The pay rise comes after Deputy Martin accepted the recommendation from the Employment Forum. It is due to recommend another wage increase for 2020 next month.