According to the Economic Policy Institute, the federal minimum wage of $7.25 has not been raised since 2009. Some states, cities, and municipalities, however, have opted to increase their minimum wage rates. There are a number of new wage increases scheduled to take effect on July 1, 2020.
Small business owners are required to comply with all minimum wage rules, not only those required under the Federal Labor Standards Act, or FLSA. That’s why we’re sharing a resource containing wage increase details, including information addressing the often-complex requirements within the state of California. The document contains links for address confirmation in the city of Los Angeles, as well as zip codes and towns for unincorporated areas of Los Angeles county.
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The document provided is for informational purposes only. It consists of information gathered from multiple online reputable legal and HR resources for which Vensure Employer Services assumes no responsibility for its accuracy, as ordinances may change before July 1st from the date of this list and the other included tabs. Official links to every state or city website have been included so that you can personally confirm the rates.