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Minimum Wages on the Rise in California

| Jun 3, 2018 | Wage and Hour Claims

Multiple jurisdictions throughout California have enacted minimum wage laws that require payment of wages greater than those which are required by federal and California state law. Many of these jurisdictions schedule increases to take place on July 1, 2018. Below is a summary of the changes to the minimum wage, effective July 1, 2018.

Jurisdiction (Number of Employees) Minimum Wage (Current) Minimum Wage

(July 1)

Emeryville, CA (56 or More) $15.20 $15.69
Emeryville, CA (55 or Fewer) $14.00 $15.00
Los Angeles, CA (26 or More) $12.00 $13.25
Los Angeles, CA (25 or Fewer) $10.50 $12.00
Los Angeles County, CA (Unincorporated) (26 or More) $12.00 $13.25
Los Angeles County, CA (Unincorporated) (25 or Fewer) $10.50 $12.00
San Francisco, CA (Generally) $14.00 $15.00
San Francisco, CA (Government-Supported Employees) $12.87 $13.27
Santa Monica, CA (26 or More) $12.00 $13.25
Santa Monica, CA (25 or Fewer) $10.50 $12.00
Pasadena, CA

(26 or More)

$12.00 $13.25
Pasadena, CA

(25 or Fewer)

$10.50 $12.00
Malibu, CA

(26 or More)

$12.00 $13.25
Malibu, CA

(25 or Fewer)

$10.50 $12.00
San Leandro, CA $12.00 $13.00
Milpitas, CA $12.00 $13.50
Belmont, CA State Law ($11.00 or $10.50)4 $12.50