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Rutter’s Increases Minimum Wage to $18

Chain has raised rate 75% since 2019
Rutter's minimum wage
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Rutter’s raised its minimum wage to $18 per hour at the turn of the new year. The new wage is a 75% increase to the convenience-store chain's starting rate in 2019. The average increase for all Rutter’s employees for 2024 is 7%.

“Providing competitive wages is a foundational part of being a great place to work and shows our long-term investment in our employees and communities” said Suzanne Cramer, vice president of human resources at Rutter’s. “Our ability to attract and retain talent will allow us to continue to provide award-winning customer service to all of our patrons!”

  • Rutter’s is No. 82 on CSP’s 2023 Top 202 ranking of U.S. convenience-store chains by store count.

York-based Rutter’s is a privately held chain of convenience stores. It operates 84 locations in Pennsylvania, Maryland and West Virginia.

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