Description Note: Employers who fail to comply with Los Angeles County posting requirements and local employment laws may be subject to administrative citations, penalties and civil actions. See Compliance Alert below.COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES (Unincorporated areas only) For all employers regardless of size: (1) County of Los Angeles Supplemental Minimum Wage Poster For all employers regardless of size: County of Los Angeles Labor Law 2-Poster Set(1) County of Los Angeles Labor Law Notices Poster(2) County of Los Angeles Supplemental Minimum Wage Poster The Los Angeles County Minimum Wage ordinance only applies to work completed within the unincorporated areas of Los Angeles County. To determine if employees are completing work for your business within the unincorporated area of Los Angeles County, visit the Los Angeles County’s Minimum Wage Resources website. Compliance Alert: Effective July 1, 2023, the new County of Los Angeles’ minimum wage is $16.90/hour. This requires an updated posting for all County of Los Angeles employers since that date. CalChamber’s 2024 County of Los Angeles Supplemental Minimum Wage Poster reflects this update. If you've previously purchased a July 2023 edition of the County of Los Angeles Supplemental Minimum Wage Poster from CalChamber, you're in compliance. If you've previously purchased a County of Los Angeles Labor Law Poster dated 2018 or later from CalChamber, you’ll need to purchase the County of Los Angeles Supplemental Minimum Wage Poster (Item PLACOLS) which reflects the updated minimum wage notice, as described above. CalChamber Poster Details:The County of Los Angeles Labor Law Notices Poster (17” x 17”) contains the primary Official Notices as required by Los Angeles County Ordinances: Notice to Employees, Your Rights are Protected, Retaliation is Illegal. The County of Los Angeles Supplemental Minimum Wage Notice (17” x 17”) provides the current minimum wage notice. All employers must post both the primary Official Notice and the Supplemental Minimum Wage Notice in a conspicuous place at any workplace or jobsite located within the unincorporated areas of the County of Los Angeles where any employee works. The notices must be posted in English, Spanish, and the primary language used by the employer to communicate with each employee regarding the employee's work functions, if other than English or Spanish. Poster Protect® coverage is not available for city and county posters.