Show All Answers
(1) Post a notice at the workplace of the current and prospective minimum wage rates and the employees’ rights under the Ordinance;(2) Maintain payroll records for a period of four (4) years; and(3) Provide in writing to each employee at time of hire with employer’s name, address and telephone number
The Minimum Wage Ordinance prohibits retaliation or discrimination against any person seeking to enforce the rights provided by the Ordinance.
The parties to a collective bargaining agreement are free to negotiate any language they desire and the City of San José will not interfere with or participate in the negotiation of such language.
There may be many different ways to accomplish an effective waiver in a collective bargaining agreement. An example of an effective waiver the City of San José Office of Equality Assurance would recognize for purposes of enforcement is as follows: “Waiver of San José Minimum Wage Ordinance: To the fullest extent permitted, this agreement shall operate to waive any provisions of the San José Minimum Wage Ordinance and shall supersede and be considered to have fulfilled all requirements of said Ordinance as presently written, and or amended during the life of this agreement.”