LABOR LAW NEWS
Anaheim Puts Resort Minimum Wage Initiative on November Ballot
By Kelsey Basten
Published on July 12, 2018
The Anaheim City Council placed an initiative on the 2018 ballot that would increase the minimum wage for employees of companies that receive economic assistance from the City of Anaheim.
The initiative would increase the minimum wage to $15 on Jan. 1, 2019. The minimum wage would also increase $1 each year on Jan. 1 until 2022.
After 2022, the minimum wage would increase by 2% or the Consumer Price Index for Urban Wage Earners and Clerical Workers for the Los Angeles Metropolitan Area, whichever rate is greater.
Companies that receive economic assistance include any that receive a city subsidy directly or is an employer which is a contractor or subcontractor, lessee or sublessee, or tenant or subtenant of someone that receives a city subsidy.
This Labor Law News Blog is intended for market awareness only, it is not to be used for legal advice or counsel.
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