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Did your local minimum wage change on July 1st, 2023?

By August 4, 2023February 27th, 2024No Comments

Some states had a midyear minimum wage increase on July 1st, consumers will experience a boost in their purchasing power to combat inflation and ensure food security. However, employers must proactively reassess payroll and adjust budgets to accommodate this change. To see if you are affected by this update, read on below…

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Here are the States whose minimum wage changed in July:


Berkeley $16.99 to $18.07
Emeryville $17.68 to $18.67
Los Angeles (City) $16.04 to $16.78
Los Angeles (County – Unincorporated Areas) $15.96 to $16.90
Malibu $15.96 to $16.90
Pasadena $16.11 to $16.93
San Francisco $16.99 to $18.07
Santa Monica $15.96 to $16.90
West Hollywood Employers with 50 or more total employees: $17.50 to $19.08
Employers with 49 or fewer total employees: $17.00 to $19.08
Statewide $14.00 to $15.00 (effective June 1, 2023)
District of Columbia
Districtwide $16.10 to $17.00
Statewide $11.00 to $12.00 (effective September 30, 2023)
Chicago Employers with 21 or more total employees: $15.40 to $15.80
Employers with 4-20 total employees: $14.50 to $15.00
Cook County Countywide: $13.35 to $13.70
Montgomery County Employers with 51 or more employees: $15.65 to $16.70
Employers with 11–50 employees: $14.50 to $15.00
Employers with 10 or fewer employees: $14.00 to $14.50
Minneapolis Large employers (101 or more total employees): $15.19 (no change)
Small employers (100 or fewer total employees): $13.50 to $14.50
Saint Paul Large businesses (101–10,000 total employees): $13.50 to $15.00
Small businesses (6–100 total employees): $12.00 to $13.00
Micro businesses (5 or fewer employees): $10.75 to $11.50
Employers offering health insurance $9.50 to $10.25
Employers not offering qualified health insurance $10.50 to $11.25
Statewide $13.50 to $14.20
Portland metro-area employers $14.75 to $15.45
Employers in nonurban counties $12.50 to $13.20

(Data from Ogletree Deakins)


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