We recognize that it can be very challenging for business to stay up to date regarding the minimum wage ordinance that applies to their companies. As a result, we would like to provide a summary of information to help keep you informed and that can be used as a guide for future reference. Be sure to check this information carefully and stay in compliance with California labor laws for minimum wage.

As of January 1, 2020, California Minimum Wage increased

Minimum Wage tabel

 

Is Your Place of Business in Los Angeles County?

Your minimum wage increases as of July 1, 2020!

You can check by using the district and precinct map (District Type: Incorporated or Unincorporated) to find out which area of Los Angeles your business is in and which poster you need to display. Unincorporated areas are not governed by a local city government, the County Board of Supervisors sets the minimum wage (Los Angeles County Minimum Wage--Unincorporated). Incorporated cities have local city governments that set the minimum wage (Los Angeles City Minimum Wage--Incorporated).

 

 

Not in Los Angeles County?

Other Local Posters and City/County Ordinances

For more information and guidance visit the UC Berkeley Labor Center who keeps a detailed national list of local minimum wage ordinances. The Department of Industrial Relations does not monitor or verify this list but includes it here as a reference for the public:

Inventory of US City and County Minimum Wage Ordinances

Please Note: If you do not have any local city or county ordinances, California state minimum wage applies.

 

Resources and Poster Links

 

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