Los Angeles Minimum Wage Increase Effective 7/1/17
Please note that the City of Los Angeles minimum wage goes up to $12.00 per hour on July 1, 2017 for labor performed in the City of Los Angeles, for employers with 26 or more employees.
Your employer size is based on an average of employees during the previous calendar year, and includes FT, PT, and temporary or seasonal employees. Please see the LA Minimum Wage Ordinance (specifically, Regulation #7: Small Business Deferral) for more information.
Please increase pay accordingly for those employees working in Los Angeles who fall below this new Los Angeles minimum wage, and don’t forget to have them complete a new Extreme Reach Crew Services start form to reflect that increase.
To determine if a workplace or job site lies within the City limits, you may use
Neighborhood Info on the City of Los Angeles website.
Note that after 7/1/17, our online hours-to-gross systems will pop up red alerts with below minimum wage warnings if a worker is indicated as working in Los Angeles and is in the system with an hourly rate (or a daily deal with guaranteed hours) that falls below this new increased minimum wage.
For more information on the ordinance and the scheduled increases, please see the City of Los Angeles Office of Wage Standards FAQ on the topic.