eAlert: Minimum Wage Increasing July 1, 2020

Minimum Wage Increase July 1 2020

The California statewide minimum wage is $13.00 for employers with 26 or more employees and $12.00 for employers with 25 or fewer employees. However, on July 1, a number of cities across California will see an increase in their city-specific minimum wage.

These minimum wage increases are effective for any hours worked from July 1 and forward–even if July 1 is mid-pay period. Remember, employers should always opt to use the highest applicable wage.

Don’t forget that SDP will not automatically increase your employee rates! Please make any applicable rate increases in the system or contact our support team for instructions for making mass changes.

July 1, 2020 – Minimum Wage Increases

The new rates are as follows, with employee count listed if applicable:

  • Alameda: $15.00
  • Berkeley: $16.07
  • Emeryville: $16.84
  • Fremont
    • 25 or fewer employees: $13.50
    • 26 or more employees: $15.00
  • Los Angeles City and unincorporated Los Angeles County
    • 25 or fewer employees: $14.25
    • 26 or more employees: $15.00
  • Malibu
    • 25 or fewer employees: $14.25
    • 26 or more employees: $15.00
  • Milpitas: $15.40
  •  Novato
    • 1-25 employees: $13.00
    • 26 – 99 employees: $14.00
    • 100+ employees: $15.00
  • Pasadena
    • 25 or fewer employees: $14.25
    • 26 or more employees: $15.00
  • San Francisco City and County: $16.07
  • San Leandro: $15.00
  • Santa Monica
    • 25 or fewer employees (non-hotel): $14.25
    • 26 or more employees (non-hotel): $15.00
  • Santa Rosa
    • 25 or fewer employees: $14.00
    • 26 or more employees: $15.00

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Future Updates

Want more information on minimum wage increases for 2019, plus new HR laws to be on the look-out for? Log on to the HR Support Center to learn more today!

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