CA Minimum Wage Increases to $10 Effective January 1, 2016
Although there are some exceptions, almost all employees in California must be paid the minimum wage as required by state law.
Effective January 1, 2016, the minimum wage in California will increase to ten dollars ($10.00) per hour.
Employers should examine all pay practices that might be affected by the minimum wage increase.
Practices that may need review include overtime rates of pay, exempt/nonexempt classifications, meal and lodging credits, commission issues, notice requirements and more.
To learn more about specific exceptions and rules please visit The CA Department of Industrial Relations Minimum Wage webpage.
Source: The CA Department of Industrial Relations | 2015 © Copyright Payroll Masters
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