For contracts advertised and entered into between July 1, 2019 through June 30, 2020, the hourly wage rates are:
$22.68 per hour (if health benefits are offered)
$23.93 per hour (if health benefits are not offered)
The Living Wage Policy provides worker rights on City service contracts that fall under 18 covered categories. These rights include requirements for worker's hourly rate of pay, health insurance offering, compensated time off, job security, and labor peace. The service contract must be over $20,000 and awarded through a competitive bidding process in order for the Policy to apply. For contracts in which both living wage and prevailing wage apply, the higher rate of the two must be paid to workers.
Living Wage rates are adjusted annually on July 1. See a History of San José Living Wage Rates for details on past rates. For Policy questions, contact the Office of Equality Assurance at (408) 535-8430 or email email@example.com.
Information related to the Living Wage Ordinance at Norman Y. Mineta San José International Airport can be found at Airport Living Wage and Training Standards.
Labor Compliance Forms
- Fringe Benefit Statement
- Labor Compliance Workforce Statement
- Payroll Reporting Form
- Statement of Compliance
- Statement of Nonperformance
Compensated Time Off for Employees
Contractors are required to provide 12 days of compensated time off per year for full-time workers and 6 days of compensated time off for part-time workers. Paid holidays, sick days, vacation, and personal days can count towards the 12 or 6 required days.