June 30, 2017

Ten Local Minimum Wage Rates Set to Increase Effective July 1, 2017 in California

BY: Jonathan Judge

The minimum wage rates in 10 localities in California are set to increase effective July 1, 2017.  The increases are as follows:

  • Emeryville: $14.00 per hour (for employers with 55 or fewer employees); $15.20 per hour (for employers with 56 or more employees).
  • Milpitas: $11.00 per hour
  • San Francisco: $14.00 per hour
  • San Jose: $12.00 per hour
  • San Leandro: $12.00 per hour
  • Los Angeles (City): $12.00 per hour (for employers with 26 or more employees); $10.50 per hour (for employers with 25 or fewer employees)
  • Los Angeles (unincorporated areas of County): $12.00 per hour (for employers with 26 or more employees); $10.50 per hour (for employers with 25 or fewer employees)
  • Malibu: $12.00 per hour (for employers with 26 or more employees); $10.50 per hour (for employers with 25 or fewer employees)
  • Pasadena: $12.00 per hour (for employers with 26 or more employees); $10.50 per hour (for employers with 25 or fewer employees)
  • Santa Monica: $12.00 per hour (for employers with 26 or more employees); $10.50 per hour (for employers with 25 or fewer employees); $15.66 (for hotels)

In addition to the above increases, the City of Los Angeles Paid Sick Leave requirement will extend to employers with 25 or fewer starting on July 1, 2017.  Such employers must provide six days of sick leave per year.

If you have any questions regarding complying with these new sick leave and minimum wage requirements, please contact the author or your usual AALRR contact.

 

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Jonathan Judge is a partner in the Cerritos office of Atkinson, Andelson, Loya, Ruud & Romo. He advises employers in labor and employment law and various employment litigation matters, including drug testing, mass layoffs, disparate impact analysis, WARN Act, trade secrets, privacy, technology in the workplace, piece rate compensation, municipal and state sick leave, local, state and federal minimum wage law, and the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.

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