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California Minimum Wage Increases Effective July 1, 2020

On Jun 18, 2020

Several counties and cities throughout California will see a minimum wage increase starting July 1, 2020. The minimum wage in California is currently $12.00 an hour for employers with 25 employees or less and $13.00 for employers with 26 employees or more. The minimum wage in California will reach $15.00 an hour by the year 2022. Certain cities and counties, however, have enacted their own local ordinances in order to reach California's scheduled $15.00 minimum wage sooner. California’s list of scheduled increases to reach the $15.00 minimum wage by 2022 can be found HERE.

Below is a list of cities and counties which will be experiencing a minimum wage increase on July 1. As a reminder, please check your city and county's local ordinances to ensure minimum wage compliance.

Location

Employers with 26 + Employees Employers with 25 or less employees
Alameda $15.00 $15.00
Berkeley $16.07 $16.07
Emeryville $16.84 $16.84
Fremont $15.00 $13.50
Los Angeles City $15.00 $14.25
Los Angeles County $15.00 $14.25
Malibu $15.00 $14.25
Milpitas $15.40 $15.40
Pasadena $15.00 $14.25
San Francisco $16.07 $16.07
San Leandro $16.07 $16.07
Santa Monica $15.00 $14.25
Santa Rosa $15.00 $14.00

 

Location 100+ Employees Employers with 26 + Employees Employers with 25 or less employees
Novato $15.00 $14.00 $13.00

 

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