As the 2016 legislative session came to a close late Wednesday, 19 of 24 identified job killer bills had been effectively stopped through efforts of the California Chamber of Commerce, local chambers and the business community. While many job killer bills were stopped, one employment-related job killer already was signed and another is on the […]
Last week, the City of San Mateo adopted a minimum wage ordinance which requires annual increases beginning January 1, 2017. Local minimum wage ordinance are part of a growing statewide trend. San Mateo’s adopted minimum wage schedule is […]
The San Diego City Treasurer’s Office announced today that the City Council is considering an Implementing Ordinance for the Earned Sick Leave and Minimum Wage Ordinance. Key changes to the proposed implementation ordinance include: Allowing employers to cap an employee’s accrual of sick leave at 80 hours; Allowing employers to front load no less than […]
Voters approved San Diego’s Earned Sick Leave and Minimum Wage Ordinance on June 7, 2016, but the effective date was delayed until the election results were certified. The certification is now completed, and the ordinance took effect on July 11, 2016. Under the ordinance: Employees working within the geographic boundaries of the City of San […]
Although the next increase in the California minimum wage is still six months away, a number of local minimum wage hikes took effect on July 1, 2016.
Employers need to prepare for the minimum wage increase and examine other pay practices that might be affected by the increase. […]