City of Fremont, CA Minimum Wage Poster

City of Fremont, CA Minimum Wage Poster

$17.95

Any person holding a City business tax certificate, or who directly on indirectly employs or excises control over the wages, hours or working conditions of any employee, is required to post the Fremont, CA Minimum Wage Poster.

19″ x 25″ – laminated both sides

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SKU: 05776

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Fremont CA Minimum Wage Poster Details

  • The Fremont CA Minimum Wage Poster informs employees who work within the City of Fremont, California, of the current minimum wage rate.
  • The minimum wage rate applies to full-time and part-time employees who perform work within the City of Fremont.
  • During the initial implementation of the City’s Minimum Wage Ordinance (Muni. Code, tit. 4, Ch. 5.30), the applicable minimum wage rate depends on the size of the employer. An employer qualifies as a “large” employer if it employs 26 or more employees. An employer qualifies as a “small” employer if it employs 25 or fewer employees.
  • The minimum wage rate is scheduled for a series of fixed annual increases each July 1 until July 1, 2021. Beginning July 1, 2021, the minimum wage rate will be adjusted for inflation based on the Consumer Price Index (CPI).
  • The City’s Minimum Wage Ordinance protects employees from retaliation for asserting their right to be paid the minimum wage. Employees whose rights have been violated may file a civil suit or a complaint with the City. The Fremont CA Minimum Wage Poster describes the City’s enforcement procedures. City contact information is provided.

Posting & Recordkeeping Requirements

  • Each year, employers are required to post the current Fremont CA Minimum Wage Poster in the top five languages spoken by residents of the City. The Fremont CA Minimum Wage Poster covers the top five languages: English, Spanish, Chinese, Dari and Punjabi.
  • Failure to post the minimum wage notice may result in an administrative citation. If a violation has occurred, the employer will be required to also post a public notice of the employer’s failure to comply.
  • Every employer must also provide each employee at the time of hire with the employer’s name, address, and telephone number in writing.
  • Employers are required to keep payroll records for a period of four years.
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