Employers are required to pay no less than the San Francisco minimum wage to employees performing work in San Francisco, including part-time and temporary employees.
Employers are required to provide paid sick leave to all employees (including temporary and part-time employees) who perform work in San Francisco.
Employers must provide employees with lactation breaks and a lactation location, and must have a policy that explains how employees will make a request for lactation accommodation.
Prohibits employers from asking applicants about their current or past salary or disclosing a current or former employee's salary history without the employee's authorization unless the salary history is publicly available.
Grocery stores, drug stores, restaurants, and on-demand delivery services must implement specified COVID-19 safety measures.
Employers with 5 or more employees
Employers with 20 or more employees
Employers with 20 or more workers (and non-profit employers with 50 or more workers) must spend a minimum amount set by law on health care for each employee who works eight or more hours per week in San Francisco.
San Francisco law requires employers to provide supplemental compensation in addition to California Paid Family Leave to employees bonding with a child.
Employers with 100 or more employees
The leave is available only during a Public Health Emergency, as defined by the law.
Chain stores with at least 40 formula retail establishments worldwide and 20 or more employees in San Francisco, as well as their janitorial and security contractors, must follow legal guidelines that regulate scheduling, hours, retention, and treatment of part-time employees.
The OLSE also enforces City Contractor laws.
You are also protected by state labor laws and federal labor laws.