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Minimum Wage Notice Requirements

Minimum Wage Notice Requirements


With the minimum wage increase taking place today, employers also have several requirements for posting and providing notices to employees:

  • You must post California's official Minimum Wage Order (MW-2014) in a conspicuous location frequented by employees (e.g., the employee break room). The official notice has been updated to include this increase and the second one, which takes place January 1, 2016.
  • Employers are required to post a copy of the industry Wage Order applicable to their business in a place where employees can easily read it. These have been revised by the Dept. of Industrial Relations recently - Make sure to use the correct Wage Order(s), bearing a revision date of 07/2014.
  • California employers must provide each employee with written, itemized wage statements at the time wages are paid. The wage statements must reflect all applicable hourly rates in effect during the pay period (Labor Code Section 226).

We realize that state and Federal labor laws and regulations, along with your responsibilities as an employer, can be a convoluted, confusing and often unfamiliar world. Please don't hesitate to contact us with your questions and concerns!



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