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Anyone paying attention to national politics knows increasing the minimum wage is a hot topic being debated by employee and business groups. While the debate rages, the Sacramento City Council decided not to wait for the federal government or the state to act, and voted 6-3 to increase the Sacramento city minimum wage, as follows:
Employers should also be aware of the following quirks in the new law:
Labor unions have already vowed to challenge the $2 health benefits credit, so the debate over minimum wage in Sacramento is likely far from over.
Cary G. Palmer and Douglas M. Egbert are attorneys in Jackson Lewis’ Sacramento, Calif., office. Republished with permission. © 2015 Jackson Lewis. All rights reserved.
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