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Implementing Ordinance Clarifies San Diego's New Minimum Wage and Paid Sick Leave

On August 3, 2016, the San Diego City Council approved the Implementing Ordinance for San Diego's Earned Sick Leave and Minimum Wage Ordinance, which went into effect on July 11, 2016. The Implementing Ordinance designates an...more

Local Regulation of Minimum Wage in Arizona on the November Ballot

The 2016 election season will highlight a hot issue in labor and employment -- local regulation of minimum hourly wage rates. After recent enactments in several California cities, Arizona cities in 2017 may be following suit...more

Employers' Guide to Los Angeles' Sick Leave & Minimum Wage Ordinance

Most Los Angeles employers know the City Council implemented a new sick leave ordinance for employees working within the City of L.A. on June 2016. However, as the Sick Time Benefits section was added to an existing...more

San Diego City Council Amends Local Sick Pay Law

On July 26, the San Diego City Council ratified a minimum wage and sick pay ordinance approved by voters on June 7. Effective as of July 11, the ordinance imposes a citywide minimum wage rate and also obligates businesses to...more

Employment Law - July 2016

Patchwork Expands as More Cities Adopt Paid Sick Leave - Why it matters - Following the recent example of Los Angeles and adding to the current patchwork of jurisdictions providing paid sick leave across the...more

UPDATE: San Diego's Expansion of Minimum Wage and Paid Sick Leave

On July 11, 2016, the San Diego Earned Sick Leave and Minimum Wage Ordinance became effective. As of the effective date, employers are required to pay employees who work at least two hours in a calendar week within the...more

Chicago Ordinance Requires Employer to Provide Paid Sick Leave

The City of Chicago joined a growing list of cities requiring private employers to provide paid sick leave to its employees. With no federal sick pay requirement, employers in the City of Broad Shoulders will now need to bear...more

San Diego’s New Sick Leave Ordinance Is In Effect, And Fixes Are Imminent

On Monday, July 11, the San Diego City Council certified the Minimum Wage and Sick Leave Ordinance passed by voters last month and also passed amendments to the Ordinance. We published a summary of the law when it was passed...more

Los Angeles One-Two Punch Revisited: More FAQs on the New Minimum Wage and Paid Sick Leave Ordinance

On June 1, 2016, the Los Angeles City Council passed an ordinance impacting employers in the city of Los Angeles and mandating paid sick leave beyond that which is required under the recently passed California statute (Cal....more

Increase in Minimum Wages and New Paid Sick Leave Obligations that Certain California Employers Must Comply with as Early as July...

Minimum Wage Increase for the City of Los Angeles and County of Los Angeles - Beginning on July 1, 2016, the minimum wage in the City of Los Angeles and any unincorporated area of Los Angeles County will increase to...more

Employment Law - June 2016 #3

LA Doubles Down on Sick Leave, Minimum Wage Increase - Why it matters - Already facing new California employment-related requirements—including the adoption of mandatory sick leave and an uptick in the minimum...more

$15 Minimum Wage and Increased Sick Pay Benefits Adopted in the City and County of Los Angeles

Effective on July 1, 2016, employers in the City of Los Angeles and the unincorporated parts of Los Angeles County must comply with a new set of minimum wage laws aimed at increasing the minimum wage to $15 per hour by 2020....more

Los Angeles and San Diego set to increase Minimum Wage And Paid Sick Leave for employees effective July 2016

In July, employers operating in Los Angeles and San Diego will be required to comply with increased minimum wage and paid sick leave requirements under new ordinances recently approved by each municipality. The Los Angeles...more

Chicago Joins Other Jurisdictions in Mandating Paid Sick Leave

On June 22, 2016, the Chicago City Council passed a new ordinance, which will take effect on July 1, 2017, requiring employers to provide paid sick leave to employees. In doing so, Chicago joins 25 other cities and five...more

Chicago to Become the Second City in the Midwest to Mandate Paid Sick Leave in 2016

On June 22, 2016, the Chicago City Council unanimously passed the Chicago Minimum Wage and Paid Sick Leave Ordinance (the “Ordinance”).  Chicago is the second city in the Midwest this year to pass a law granting employees...more

Enactment of Los Angeles and San Diego Minimum Wage and Paid Sick Leave Ordinances Requires Employers to Reassess Their Policies

The cities of Los Angeles and San Diego recently approved minimum wage and sick leave ordinances that will apply to all employees who work within those cities’ geographical limits. Employers with employees who work in these...more

San Diego Voters Enact Paid Sick Leave, Higher Minimum Wage

Seyfarth Synopsis: After hitting some major roadblocks, the San Diego Earned Sick Leave and Minimum Wage Ordinance has now been enacted. The Ordinance is to take effect this summer, most likely by the end of July. The...more

It’s Contagious: Paid Sick Leave and Minimum Wage Hikes Spread to Los Angeles and San Diego

Paid sick leave is on the rise, as we reported here, here, here, and here. As we approach the one-year compliance anniversary for state-mandated paid sick leave, employers now face additional compliance wrinkles in the Los...more

Los Angeles Expands Sick Pay Obligations Beyond Current State Law Requirements

Action Item: On June 2, 2016, Mayor Garcetti signed Los Angeles’ new Minimum Wage Ordinance (“the Los Angeles Ordinance”), which effectively affords employees who work in the City of Los Angeles twice the amount of paid sick...more

Three California Municipalities Enact New Minimum Wage and Paid Sick Leave Laws

The trend toward local regulation of employment laws continues in California with three new local wage and hour enactments....more

Los Angeles Approves Minimum Wage Increases and Mandates Employers to Provide 48 Hours of Paid Sick Leave

Employers in the City of Los Angeles will need to review their current minimum wage and paid sick leave policies to ensure they comply with the new City ordinance increasing the minimum wage and extending paid sick leave...more

Los Angeles, San Diego Approve Paid Sick Leave Ordinances, Joining Santa Monica and Other Cities

The Los Angeles mayor has approved a paid sick leave ordinance that requires employers to provide 48 hours of paid sick leave each year, twice the amount required under California’s statewide paid sick leave law. San Diego...more

Los Angeles Employers Must Pay Higher Minimum Wages And Provide Expanded Paid Sick Leave

Los Angeles Employers Must Pay Higher Minimum Wages And Provide Expanded Paid Sick Leave - On July 1, 2016, employers who have more than 25 employees performing some work in the City of Los Angeles (the "City") will need...more

Los Angeles One-Two Punch: Minimum Wage and Paid Sick Leave Changes Go Into Effect in July

Los Angeles is once again in the spotlight as it implements changes in its laws that will impact many of its employers and their employees beginning July 1, 2016. On June 1, 2016, the City Council passed the Los Angeles...more

San Diego's Expansion of Minimum Wage and Paid Sick Leave

Recently, San Diego voters approved Proposition I, which requires San Diego employers to provide higher minimum wages and five days of paid sick leave to employees working in the city. The new requirements are set to take...more

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