Mandatory Employment Law Poster Changes

Minimum Wage Increases:

On July 1, 2018, minimum wage increases take effect in many California localities. The mandatory notices at every workplace or job site require updated postings on that date.

Increases July 1, 2018:
(EE – abbreviation for employees)

Belmont, CA – Increases to $12.50

Emeryville, CA – 55 or fewer EE Increases to $15.00, and 56+ EE Increases to $15.69

Los Angeles, CA – 25 or fewer EE Increases to $12.00 and 26+ EE Increases to $13.25

Malibu, CA (see municipal code) – Increases to $13.25

Milpitas, CA – Increases to $13.50

Pasadena, CA (see municipal code) 25 or fewer EE Increases to $12.00 and 26+ EE Increases to $13.25

San Francisco, CA – Increases to $15.00

San Leandro, CA – Increases to $13.00

Santa Monica, CA – 25 or fewer EE Increases to $12.00 and 26+ EE Increases to $13.25. All hotels $16.10

Increases October 1, 2018:

Berkeley, CA – Increases to $15.00 – October 1, 2018

For More information Visit:

Visit the California Department of Industrial Relations Website with Statewide Minimum Wage

UC Berkeley Labor Center Inventory of US City and County Minimum Wage Ordinances

 

Transgender Rights in the Workplace Notice Updated:

The California Department of Fair Employment and Housing has made a change to the Transgender Rights in the Workplace notice. The notice has been updated to reflect a clarification regarding the use of workplace restrooms, locker rooms and similar facilities. The updated posting clarifies an employer’s obligation to provide an easily accessible unisex single-stall restroom for use by any employee desiring increased privacy.

Visit the California Department of Fair Employment and Housing Website for Posters, Brochures and Fact Sheets

Download poster revision and post

 

Whistleblowers are Protected Notice Updated:

The California Department of Industrial Relations has made a change to the “Whistleblowers are Protected” notice. The notice has been updated to clarify the protections that are afforded to Whistleblowers.

#5 of the section “What protections are afforded to whisleblowers?” was removed.

The poster revision date is 6/28/2018.

Download poster revision and post.

Visit the Department of Industrial Relations Website for Workplace Postings

 

Payroll Masters Labor Law Poster Service

Clients can sign-up for our Labor Law Poster Update service and automatically be updated when a poster change occurs or order a stand alone poster.

 

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