On July 1 minimum wage will be changing in multiple cities and multiple states. There are also a few other changes that happen to be landing on July 1. Depending on where you are, this could have major changes in your business. Read on for the full breakdown of all the changes we know are coming so far. 

 

State Posters

Minimum Wage Rates already set for July 1

New Jersey: the minimum wage for New Jersey is set to increase to $10.00. 

Oregon: the minimum wage for Oregon is set to increase to $11.25 for Standard areas, $12.50 for Portland Metro, and $11.00 for Non-urban Counties.

 

July 1 Annual Minimum Wage Adjustment

Nevada: the Annual Minimum Wage Bulletin and Annual Daily Overtime Bulletin have been updated.

 

Other July 1 Changes

Washington, D.C.: a new notice for the Tipped Wage Workers Fairness Amendment Act, which includes sexual harassment training and posting requirements.

Massachusetts: a new notice for Paid Family & Medical Leave for residents to consider. 

 

City Posters

Minimum Wage Rates already set for July 1

California

Alameda: Increases to $13.50.

Fremont: Increases to $13.50 for businesses with 26 employees or more, and increases to $11.00 for businesses with 25 or fewer. 

Los Angeles: Increases to $14.25 for businesses with 26 employees or more, and increases to $13.25 for businesses with 25 or fewer.

Milpitas: Increases to $15.00.

Pasadena: Increases to $14.25 for businesses with 26 employees or more, and increases to $13.25 for businesses with 25 or fewer.

San Leandro: Increases to $14.00.

Santa Monica: Increases to $14.25 for businesses with 26 employees or more, and increases to $13.25 for businesses with 25 or fewer.

 

Illinois

Chicago: Increases to $13.00, or $X for tipped wages.

Cook County: Increases to $12.00, or $X for tipped wages.

 

Maryland

Montgomery Co.: Increases to $14.25 for businesses with 51 employees or more, and increases to $13.25 for businesses with 50 or fewer.

 

July 1 Annual Minimum Wage Adjustment

California

Berkeley: Increases to $15.59. 

Emeryville: Increases to $16.30 for businesses with 56 employees or more, and increases to $16.00 for businesses with 55 or fewer.

San Francisco: Increases to $15.59.

 

Maine

Portland: Increases to $11.11, or $5.50 for a tipped wage.