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In one week, a Los Angeles ordinance raising the minimum wage for thousands of workers at private hospitals and dialysis clinics to $25 an hour will go into effect. Unless those opposing the measure get the nearly 41,000 signatures needed for a referendum before Aug. 13.
In June, the Los Angeles City Council voted to require a $25 minimum wage for a range of workers at privately owned hospitals, including nursing assistants, housekeepers, clerical workers, guards,...
The City of Los Angeles will provide reasonable accommodation (s) to ensure equal access to its programs, services, and facilities for people with disabilities. To make a request, please indicate your accommodation needs in the application form. If you have any questions, contact Crisanta Gonzalez at (213) 505-5467 (text/call available).
The Los Angeles City Council on Friday voted unanimously to place an ordinance that would house homeless people in hotels alongside guests on the March 2024 ballot rather than adopt it immediately.
In November 2021, there were reports of 777 LA city employees either on unpaid leave or vulnerable to being placed on unpaid leave due to non-compliance with the mandate, although this number gives no indication of how many city employees were still in the process of working to attain an exemption or which type of exemption they were pursuing.
LADWP Employee Benefits. The benefits described generally are available to regular full-time employees. Eligibility for a number of benefits will depend on membership in the Department’s Water and Power Employees’ Retirement Plan, also known as the Plan. Supplemental Benefits. Vacation.
One thing’s crystal clear: Los Angeles did not defund the police. Instead, it funneled nearly two-thirds of the $1.08 billion it got from the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) to pay the salaries of...
They work 90 hours over the course of a two-week pay period and are given $770, making her hourly earnings $8.55. If the employer pays a monthly commission in the next pay period of $2,000, the employer might claim that the employee earned an hourly wage for the month of $15.38, thus satisfying the minimum wage law.