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LIKE FOURTH OF JULY FIREWORKS, MINIMUM WAGES “EXPLODE” IN MANY CALIFORNIA LOCAL JURISDICTION
Jul 5, 2018

LIKE FOURTH OF JULY FIREWORKS, MINIMUM WAGES “EXPLODE” IN MANY CALIFORNIA LOCAL JURISDICTION

Topics: New Laws & Legislation, Wage & Hour Issues

Whether you celebrated the Fourth of July with fireworks, hot dogs, hamburgers, or reciting the Declaration of Independence (“We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed, by their Creator, with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty, and the pursuit of Happiness"), remember that many California city and local governments increased the minimum wage hourly pay requirements on July 1, 2018, including:

  • City of Los Angeles - $12.00 (25 or fewer employees)/$13.25 (26+ employees)
  • County of Los Angeles - $12.00 (25 or fewer employees)/$13.25 (26+ employees)
  • Emeryville - $15 (1-55 employees)/$15.69 (56+ employees)
  • Malibu - $12.00 (25 or fewer employees)/$13.25 (26+ employees)
  • Milpitas - $13.50
  • Pasadena - $12.00 (25 or fewer employees)/$13.25 (26+ employees)
  • San Francisco - $15.00
  • San Leandro - $13.00
  • Santa Monica - $12.00 (25 or fewer employees)/$13.25 (26 or more employees)

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