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2019 California Minimum Wage Updates

Posted by: on December 18, 2018 in Payroll


california minimum wage increase 2019 California’s minimum wage and overtime-exempt salary threshold will rise in 2019 at different levels depending on employer size. Complicating matters, many cities and some counties in the state will also raise their own minimum wages. Here’s what employers should know for 2019. Statewide California Minimum Wage The state minimum wage will continue to rise each […] continue reading this post


penalties for employers This is part three of a four part series about pay requirements. In this series we are exploring the pay requirements of employers and what can happen if those requirements and regulations are not met. You can read part one here, part two here, and part three here. In the last three articles, we covered […] continue reading this post


california payroll requirements This is part three of a four part series about pay requirements. In this series we are exploring the pay requirements of employers and what can happen if those requirements and regulations are not met. You can read part one here and part two here. In this part we dive deeper into the intricacies of […] continue reading this post


non-exempt employee pay requirements This is part two of a four part series about pay requirements. In this series we are exploring the pay requirements of employers and what can happen if those requirements and regulations are not met. Part one of this series covers the five main pillars of employee compensation. To read part one, click here. In […] continue reading this post


pay requirements for employees This is part one of a four part series about pay requirements. In this series we will explore the pay requirements of employers and what can happen if those requirements and regulations are not met. Salary is one of the main factors that contributes to employee satisfaction or dissatisfaction. It is also one of the […] continue reading this post