Upcoming Minimum Wage Increases


Certain Employers with Employees in CA, DC, IL, ME, MD, MN, OR


July 1, 2018


Contact HR On-Call

(888) 378-2456

Minimum wage increases typically fall into the beginning or middle of each calendar year, with many states or localities increasing minimum wage rates in July.  Below is a short list of localities with upcoming minimum wage increases effective July 1, 2018.

State Locality (If Applicable) Wage Rate
Belmont $12.50
Emeryville 56+ employees: $15.69

55≤ employees: $15.00

Los Angeles (City) 26+ employees: $13.25

25≤ employees: $12.00

Los Angeles County (Unincorporated) 26+ employees: $13.25

25≤ employees: $12.00

Malibu 26+ employees: $13.25

25≤ employees: $12.00

Milpitas $13.50
Pasadena 26+ employees: $13.25

25≤ employees: $12.00

Sacramento 39≤ employees: $11.00
San Francisco (City & County) $15.00
San Leandro $13.00
Santa Monica 26+ employees: $13.25

25≤ employees: $12.00

District of Columbia Statewide $13.25
Chicago $12.00
Cook County $11.00
Portland $10.90
MARYLAND Statewide $10.10
Montgomery County


51+ employees: $12.25

1-50 employees: $12.00

Minneapolis 101+ employees: $11.25

100≤ employees: $10.25

OREGON                  Statewide $10.75
Urban Areas $12.00
Nonurban Areas $10.50

Action Items

  1. Update employee pay rates and payroll systems in accordance with new minimum wage requirements.
  2. Review and update exempt employee salaries where tied to minimum wage requirements.
  3. Display updated minimum wage posters in a conspicuous location frequented by employees at each applicable location.
  4. Subscribers can call our HR On-Call Hotline at (888) 378-2456 for further assistance.

Disclaimer: This document is designed to provide general information and guidance concerning employment-related issues. It is presented with the understanding that ManagEase is not engaged in rendering any legal opinions. If a legal opinion is needed, please contact the services of your own legal adviser.

© 2018 ManagEase

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