We want to be your go to for all things HR. Even if you don’t feel you need a dedicated HR specialist yet, we want you to get value every time you interact with us. This is why we created a “Freebies” page. Every month we will upload forms and California specific information. If you are looking for something particular and don’t see it here, please reach out to us. We will work to accommodate your needs.
We offer free 30 minute HR consults too! Call us today to schedule your consultation!
CORONAVIRUS (COVID19) HELP:
We are working hard to meet the needs of all businesses who need our help. Please reach out to us if you have questions or need assistance. We are here to help you navigate the waters of this crisis. Some of the common topics are…
TEMPERATURE TAKING AND OTHER WAYS TO KEEP WORKERS SAFE IN THE WORKPLACE
EXTENDED SICK PAY AND FMLA FOR PARENTS
LAYOFFS, WORK SHARE, FURLOUGHS, AND THE WARN ACT
California’s goal is to increase the minimum wage to $15/hr. Due to this, there is a schedule of increases, based on the amount of employees in a business. To make matters more confusing, many cities have different rates. Below is an overview of general California wage increases over the next year.
January 1, 2020:
Minimum wage for employers with 25 employees or less: $12
Minimum wage for employers with more than 26 employees: $13
January 1, 2021
Minimum wage for employers with 25 employees or less: $13
Minimum wage for employers with more than 26 employees: $14
For employers with 26 employees or more, minimum wage in LA increased to $14.25 on July 1, 2019 and will increase to $15.00 on July 1, 2020. Employers with 25 employees or less will be given more time to comply. Call us for additional questions!
Employers in LA also must provide their full time employees with 6 days of paid sick time. It can accrue, which is a great option for part time employees.
Currently, the minimum wage in Pasadena is $14.25/hr for employers with 26 or more employees. It is $13.25/hr for small employers that employ fewer than 25 employees. On July 1, 2020, the hourly minimum wage increases to $15 for large employers and $14.25/hr for small employers.