This minimum wage set by LA County for those who work in unincorporated areas applies to employees if they work at least two hours in a week, regardless of their immigration or work status. All employers in the unincorporated areas of Los Angeles County must post a workplace poster in an area visible to employees which notes the current minimum wage rates.
After January 1, 2021, the CA state minimum wage will rise to $13.00 per hour for small employers, and $14.00 per hour for large employers. Many California cities have also enacted their own wage ordinances, including the City of Los Angeles, which increases the minimum wage according to the same schedule as Los Angeles County.
California Minimum Salary Requirements
Even salaried employees must be paid a minimum wage in California. The current 2020 minimum annual salary that must be paid to employees is $54,080 for large employers with 26 or more employees, and $49,920 for small employers with 25 employees or fewer.
Read more about employment requirements for salaried workers.
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If you believe you are not being paid the current legal minimum wage, regardless of your work or immigration status, contact PARRIS lawyers for a free case evaluation. PARRIS takes all minimum wage cases on a contingency basis, meaning you pay no fees until we win you compensation.