While many cities across California increase their minimum wage requirements on January 1st of each year, there are several cities that raise their minimum wage requirements on July 1st. If you have not checked already, Employers should confirm their local city requirements relating to minimum wage hikes to ensure you are paying your employees accurately.
For example, if you are in San Francisco, the minimum wage beginning July 1, 2023, increases to $18.07. Other cities increasing their minimum wage requirements on July 1st include Berkeley ($18.07), Emeryville ($18.67) and City of Los Angeles ($16.78).
These changes must be put in writing to your employees, the increased payment must begin on July 1, 2023, and properly reflected on their paycheck. Keep in mind too, that employers are also required to place a minimum wage poster in the workplace that clearly identifies the minimum wage in the city in which their employees are working.
For more information on how to implement these minimum wage increases or receive proper notices, please contact the Employer Lawyers at Chauvel & Glatt.
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