Although the next increase in the California minimum wage is still six months away, a number of local minimum wage hikes are set to take effect on July 1st in several cities. CalChamber is providing a short video, white paper and infographic to help employers comply with the minimum wage increase. San Diego will be increasing the required minimum wage to 10.50/hour (effective July 11 or July 18, whenever election results are certified). “California employers need to be aware of a number of changes to the minimum wage,” said CalChamber Vice President, Legal Affairs, and General Counsel Erika Frank in a statement. “Many localities throughout California are passing their own minimum wage ordinances and employers must be familiar with those requirements and ensure full compliance.” For additional information visit calchamber.com.