July 2020 California Minimum Wage Increases

Effective July 01, 2020, the following minimum hourly wages will be in effect for the Cities and Counties listed below:
Alameda: $15.00
Berkeley: $16.07
Emeryville: $16.84
Fremont: $13.50 for small businesses (25 or fewer employees)
Fremont: $15.00 for large businesses (26+ employees)
Los Angeles City: $14.25 for small businesses (25 or fewer employees)
Lost Angeles City: $15.00  for large businesses (26+ employees)
Lost Angeles County (unincorporated areas): $14.25 for small businesses (25 or fewer employees)
Lost Angeles County (unincorporated areas): $15.00 for large businesses (26+ employees)
Malibu: $14.25 for small businesses (25 or fewer employees)
Malibu: $15.00 for large businesses (26+ employees)
Milpitas: $15.40
Novato: $13.00 for small businesses (25 or fewer employees)
Novato: $14.00 (26- 99 employees)
Novato: $15.00 (100 + employees)
Pasadena: $14.25 for small businesses (25 or fewer employees)
Pasadena: $15.00 for large businesses (26+ employees)
San Francisco: $16.07
San Leandro: $15.00
Santa Monica: $14.25 for small businesses (25 or fewer employees)
Santa Monica: $15.00 for large businesses (26+ employees)
Santa Rosa: $14.00 for small businesses (25 or fewer employees)
Santa Rosa: $15.00 for large businesses (26+ employees)

2020 California State Minimum Wage
Effective January 01, 2020, the following minimum hourly wages will be in effect for the State of California:
Employers with 26 or more employees: $13.00
Employers with 25 or fewer employees: $12.00

Effective January  01, 2020, the following minimum hourly wages will be in effect for the Cities and Counties listed below:
Belmont:  $15.00
Cupertino: $15.35
Daily City: $13.75
El Cerrito: $15.37
Los Altos: $15.40
Menlo Park: $15.00
Mountain View: $16.05
Palo Alto: $ $15.40
Petaluma: $15.00 for large businesses (26+ employees)
Petaluma: $14.00 for small businesses (25 or fewer employees)
Redwood City: $15.38
Richmond: $15.00
San Diego: $13.00
San Mateo: $15.38
Sonoma: $13.50 for large businesses (26+ employees)
Sonoma: $12.50 for small businesses (25 or fewer employees)
South San Francisco: $15.00
Sunnyvale: $16.05
Note: It is recommended that employers review their current related pay rates and compliance practices, both for applicable state and local minimum wage rates as local minimum wage rates may vary by municipality.

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