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Fast Food Minimum Wage – Pasadena Officially Announces Increase Salary

Pasadena Prepares for Minimum Wage Changes: Fast Food Workers Set to Receive $20 per Hour from April 1

Pasadena Readies for Minimum Wage Hikes in Fast Food Sector and Citywide

Pasadena officials are gearing up for changes in the minimum wage landscape with attention turning to a new $20 hourly minimum wage for fast food workers starting April 1. This wage hike, mandated by California law takes precedence over Pasadena’s local minimum wage ordinance. The move comes in response to Governor Gavin Newsom signing Assembly Bill 1228 last September which specifically targets certain fast food restaurant workers for a minimum wage hike.

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Fast Food Minimum Wage Could See Future Adjustments Linked to CPI

Looking ahead, starting January 1, 2025 the hourly minimum wage for fast food restaurant employees could see further increases determined by a state appointed Fast Food Council. This rate adjustment would be linked to the Consumer Price Index for Urban Wage Earners and Clerical Workers. For inquiries about the enforcement of the new state law individuals are directed to reach out to the California Labor Commissioner’s Office.

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