San Francisco Minimum Wage Goes Up To $16.32 on July 1, 2021

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Effective July 1, 2021, San Francisco’s minimum wage increases to $16.32. This is an increase of 25 cents from the prior minimum wage ($16.07). The increases are tied to increases in the Consumer Price Index. You can access the poster, which employers are required to display at each San Francisco work site, here.

Employers with operations in California need to be aware that numerous cities have their own minimum wages, many of which increase effective July 1. Failure to comply with local minimum wage requirements exposes employers to significant penalties.

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