Following the passage of 2012’s Measure D in San Jose, the minimum wage in the city is tied to the Consumer Price Index (CPI). In October, city officials announced that the CPI increased by 1.5%. So, starting Jan. 1, 2014, the minimum wage will increase by 15 cents, putting the local minimum wage at $10.15 per hour.
To assist restaurateurs in San Jose, the California Restaurant Association (CRA) is providing the new bulletins that must be posted below. Take a moment to review the materials:
- 2014 Official Minimum Wage Bulletin – English
- 2014 Official Minimum Wage Bulletin – Spanish
- 2014 Official Minimum Wage Bulletin – Vietnamese
- 2014 Official Minimum Wage Bulletin – Chinese
For more information, contact Javier González, director of local government affairs, at 408.416.6344 or email@example.com.