Description Compliance Alert: The minimum wage rate increases on January 1, 2023, based on the Consumer Price Index (CPI), which will require an updated posting on that date. CalChamber's 2023 poster will reflect this increase. Required Employer Postings for the City of San Jose Employers who fail to comply with San Jose’s labor laws may be subject to administrative citations, fines or penalties and civil actions. San Jose Minimum Wage Poster (All Employers) The San Jose Minimum Wage Ordinance applies to all employers who maintain a facility in San Jose or who are subject to the city business license tax.CalChamber’s 17" x 24" poster (English, Spanish, Chinese and Vietnamese combined) contains the official notice from the City of San Jose Office of Equality Assurance.Next Required Update: January 1, 2024 San Jose Labor Law 2-Poster Set (For Employers with 36+ Employees) The first poster (17" x 24") in this set contains the official notice required by the San Jose Minimum Wage Ordinance, applicable to all employers.The second poster (15.5" x 21") contains the official San Jose Opportunity to Work Ordinance notice from the City of San Jose Office of Equality Assurance that applies to employers with 36 or more employees who maintain a facility in San Jose or who are subject to the city business license tax. Both posters are in English, Spanish, Chinese and Vietnamese. Covered employers must display required posters wherever employees can easily read them. Posting Specifics Employers must post the notices in all languages spoken by five (5) percent or more of the employees at each location or job site. Poster Protect® coverage is not available for city and county posters.