San Francisco employers must pay workers at least $12.25 per hour beginning May 1, 2015.[wc_divider style=”dotted” line=”single” margin_top=”” margin_bottom=””]
Voters passed Proposition J in November 2014, raising the minimum wage to $15.00 by 2018 in scheduled increases. Beginning in 2019, the San Francisco minimum wage rate will be adjusted annually based on changes to the Consumer Price Index (CPI).
San Francisco Minimum Wage Increase Schedule
The San Francisco minimum wage will increase according to the following schedule:
|Effective Date||Minimum Wage Rate|
|July 1 2019 and beyond||CPI Increase|
San Francisco Minimum Wage Notice and Posting Requirements
The San Francisco Minimum Wage Ordinance (MWO) requires every employer to post notices in English, Spanish, Chinese and:
“…in and any other language spoken by at least five percent of the Employees at the workplace or job site.”
Employers must also provide each employee the employer’s name, address and telephone number in writing at the time of hire.
San Francisco Compliance Posters
Subscribers to GovDocs labor law news can take an additional 20% off of their purchase of the GovDocs San Francisco City Posting Compliance Package by using coupon code BLOG20. The package contains the new San Francisco 2015 Minimum Wage posting and other postings required for San Francisco employers:
- San Francisco Minimum Wage (6-Language version)
- San Francisco Paid Sick Leave (6-Language version)
- San Francisco No Smoking
- San Francisco Health Care Security Ordinance (6-Language version)
- San Francisco Family Friendly Workplace (6-Language version)
- San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance posting
- San Francisco Employment Discrimination is Against the Law
GovDocs City Posting Coverage
San Francisco is just one of more than 40 cities in the U.S. that issues postings required or recommended for employers. Thanks to the nationwide trend of tying minimum wage rates to cost-of-living adjustments (like in San Francisco beginning 2019), more and more workplace postings require frequent replacement.
For large employers (businesses with 50 or more locations), GovDocs suggests using an automatic compliance program to ensure uninterrupted posting coverage for all your employees. Request a price quote from GovDocs today.[wc_divider style=”dashed” line=”single” margin_top=”” margin_bottom=””]