San Francisco Minimum Wage Escalates to $12.25 on May 1, 2015
City Employers Must Also Post Poster Specifying this Requirement
Commencing May 1, 2015, all employers (regardless of where located) must pay wages of at least $12.25 per hour to each employee who performs work in San Francisco (including temporary and part-time employees). As discussed in our prior blog article San Francisco Minimum Wage Escalates to $11.05 and Beyond, the minimum wage requirement, set forth in the November 4, 2014 San Francisco Minimum Wage Ordinance, applies to adult and minor employees who work two or more hours per workweek, including non-city resident workers performing work in San Francisco. Wages includes salary, hourly pay, piece rate, commissions and non-discretionary performance bonuses. The San Francisco minimum wage cannot be waived by the employee except through a bona fide collective bargaining agreement.