Posted on Jul 29, 2019

Law Office of Vida M. Holguin

The minimum wage for California employers with 25 or less employees is $11.00. Employers with 26 or more employees pay from $12. But in Los Angeles, the minimum wage increased to $14.25 per hour on July 1st, 2019.

Also, California's Healthy Workplaces, Healthy Families Act of 2014, one of the more comprehensive paid sick leave laws in the US, continues to require payment of three days of sick leave to full-time employees. Any employee who works more than 30 days in California can start to accrue sick time off. If you don’t use all or any your annual sick pay, Employers must let employees carry over up to 48 hours of unused sick leave annually. That means employees won’t accrue more than 48 hours of sick pay, unless the Employer has a policy providing more sick benefits.
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