On July 1st, 2016 the minimum wage for San Francisco employees who work more than two hours in a work week is now $13.00 for each hour worked. The old hourly rate used to be $12.25 per hour.
Of course anytime that the minimum wage goes up there must be a new employee posting. All employers must remember that California allows cities the choice of implementing policies that are above and beyond the standard policies of the state.
Stay In Compliance With California Labor Laws
San Francisco is one of the leaders in the implantation of new policies that the rest of the state does not have. To give you an idea of some of the things that San Francisco employers must provide that other employers in the state do not please see below.
- San Francisco’s Paid Sick Leave allows five days instead of the states three days.
- Health Care Security Ordinance,
- Family Friendly Workplace Ordinance,
- Fair Chance Ordinance,
- Formula Retail Employee Rights Ordinance,
- Paid Parental Leave Ordinance.
Since this is the case, we would encourage San Francisco employers to make sure that they are current with all of the new San Francisco Labor Laws. This becomes even more important if you operate more than one business with one being in a different city.
CES Today is helping employers all over the state to get and stay in compliance with all of the California Labor Laws, as well as OSHA, and Cal OSHA.
We not only know what the laws are, but we know how they are being enforced. Should you have any questions or concerns, please let me know, we love questions, and we love helping employers to navigate their way through the complex maze of labor laws here in California.
We also offer employers at no charge a free Cal-OSHA mock inspection. This inspection is done at your place of business, and we leave you a report that will let you know both your strengths and weaknesses.