Wage Order 16 - On-Site Construction, Drilling, Logging, and Mining - MASTW16
Compliance Alert: This California Wage Order poster reflects increases to minimum wage and meal and lodging rates effective January 1, 2023. This requires an updated posting on that date.
California’s Department of Industrial Relations (DIR) regulates wages and hours of nonexempt employees — requiring all California employers to post at least 1 of the 17 Wage Orders in each workplace for employees to view — specific to the industry or occupation it covers.
CalChamber’s laminated 27.5” x 30” English poster and 27.5” x 29” Spanish poster each combines the multiple pages of Wage Order 16 into one convenient poster. These posters are recyclable.
Wage Order 16 regulates wages, hours and working conditions in the On-site Construction, Drilling, Logging and Mining industries.
“On-site construction, drilling, logging and mining industries” includes all people employed in the on-site occupations of construction, including work involving alteration, demolition, building, excavating, renovation, remodeling, maintenance, improvement, repair work and work for which a contractor’s license is required by the California Business and Professions Code Division 3, Chapter 9, sections 7025 et seq.; drilling, including all work required to drill, establish, repair and rework wells for the exploration or extraction of oil, gas or water resources; logging work for which a timber operator’s license is required pursuant to California Public Resources Code sections 4571 through 4586; and mining (not covered by Labor Code section 750 et seq.), including all work required to mine and/or establish pits, quarries and surface or underground mines for the purposes of exploration or extraction of nonmetallic minerals and ores, coal and building materials such as stone and gravel, whether paid on a time, piece-rate, commission or other basis.
CalChamber's free Wage Order Wizard helps you determine which of the 17 Wage Orders you need to post (may be more than one) so you can comply with wage and hour laws in California.