Los Angeles Minimum Wage Increase on July 1, 2017

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June 23, 2017




New Changes on July 1, 2017

On July 1, 2017, the City of Los Angeles minimum wage rate will increase for all Employees and penalties for the Fair Chance Initiative for Hiring Ordinance will begin. Employers with 25 or fewer Employees must also provide Sick Time Benefits.

For information on how to determine the size of an Employer, see Rules and Regulations #7 and the MW-2 Small Business Deferral Eligibility Worksheet.
 

Employers with 26 or more Employees

Minimum Wage Rate: $12.00/hour
Sick Time Benefits as of July 1, 2016

Employers with 25 or fewer Employees

Minimum Wage Rate: $10.50/hour
Sick Time Benefits as of July 1, 2017







Fair Chance Initiative for Hiring Ordinance: Starting January 22, 2017, Employers with ten (10) or more Employees can NOT inquire into a job Applicant's Criminal History unless and until a Conditional Offer of Employment has been made to the Applicant.
 

Questions?


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Donna Lasman, Executive Director
info@venicechamber.net, (310) 822-5425