California Employers State Minimum Wage Update

CA Minimum Wage 2023

Beginning January 1, 2023, the California state minimum wage will be $15.50/hour for all employers!

This state minimum wage rate is used to determine the salary threshold for most salary exempt positions. This means, for 2023, you will need to ensure all exempt employees earn at least $64,480 per year.

2023 Local Minimum Wage Rate Increases

These local minimum wage rate increases go into effect on January 1, 2023:

Belmont: $16.75/hour

Burlingame: $16.47/hour

Cupertino: $17.20/hour

Daly City: $16.07/hour

El Cerrito: $17.35/hour

Foster City: $16.50/hour

Half Moon Bay: $16.45/hour

Hayward: $16.34/hour for employers with 26 or more employees; $15.50/hour for employers with 25 or fewer employees

Los Altos: $17.20/hour

Menlo Park: $16.20/hour

Mountain View: $18.15/hour

Novato: $16.32/hour for employers with 100 or more employees; $16.07/hour for employers with 26-99 employees; $15.53/hour for employers with 1-25 employees;

Oakland: $15.97/hour

Palo Alto: $17.25/hour

Petaluma: $17.06/hour

Redwood City: $17/hour

Richmond: $16.17/hour

San Carlos: $16.32/hour

San Diego (city): $16.30/hour

San Jose: $17/hour

San Mateo (city): $16.75/hour

Santa Clara: $17.20/hour

Santa Rosa: $17.06/hour

Sonoma (city): $17/hour for employers with 26 or more employees; $16/hour for employers with 25 or fewer employees

South San Francisco: $16.70/hour

Sunnyvale: $17.95/hour

West Hollywood: $17.50/hour for employers with 50 or more employees; $17/hour for employers with less than 50 employees.

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