Though the California Restaurant Association (CRA) and business groups in San Jose worked to educate voters about the negative consequences of Measure D, a majority of voters approved the increase in November.
The minimum wage ordinance covers employees who perform a minimum of two hours of work in a week within the city limits of San Jose. Employers are required to post workplace notices published and provided by the city on the wage rate and employee rights, and they will be required to prospectively maintain payroll records for four years.
Below are links to important information that may be helpful in the implementation of the San Jose Minimum Wage Ordinance. Take a moment to review the materials:
- Frequently Asked Questions Fact Sheet
- 2013 Official Minimum Wage Bulletin – English
- 2013 Official Minimum Wage Bulletin – Spanish
- 2013 Official Minimum Wage Bulletin – Vietnamese
- 2013 Official Minimum Wage Bulletin – Chinese
- Information Memo on Minimum Wage
- San Jose Minimum Wage Ordinance (Measure D)
For more information, contact Javier González, director of local government affairs, at 408.416.6344 or email@example.com.