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e-Alert – San Francisco Increases Minimum Wage July 1

By June 11, 2019 No Comments

Background

The minimum wage In San Francisco will Increase from $15.00 to $15.59 per hour starting July 1, 2019. This rate applies to any adult or minor who works two or more hours per week. The city has provided a mandatory poster for employers to post at each physical location or job site.

Employer Next Steps

  • If your organization Is affected by this change, ensure your payroll is in compliance as of July 1, 2019.
  • If HR Knowledge processes your payroll, please inform your Client Account Manager (CAM) of any minimum wages that need to be adjusted accordingly.
  • The HR Knowledge All-In-One poster satisfies the posting requirements including these new postings. Displaying the posters informs your employees about their labor and employment rights and helps them better understand their requirements. Failure to post required federal and state labor law notices may result in both federal and state fines. If you are not a Full Service or Virtual HR Client, you can purchase our discounted rate All-In-One posters here.

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