Content last updated Sep. 23, 2020

Measure Z

Hotel Employee Minimum Wage and Workplace Protections

Summary

Shall the measure amending Oakland’s Municipal Code to: (1) establish workplace protections and minimum hourly wage of $15 with benefits or $20 without benefits, increasing annually with inflation, for employees of Oakland hotels with 50 or more guest rooms; (2) authorize administrative enforcement of Oakland’s employment standards for hotel and non-hotel workers; and (3) create City department to administratively enforce Oakland’s employment standards for hotel and non-hotel workers, be adopted? Percentage Needed to Pass: 50% + 1

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Contributions by region

Contributions to Support
$682,660

Contributions to Oppose
$0

Supporting regions
Out of State
$100K
$100K
Within California
$163K
$163K
Within Oakland
$420K
$420K
Opposing regions

Contributions by type

Supporting contributors
Committee
$60K
$60K
Individual
$87K
$87K
Other (includes Businesses)
$536K
$536K
Opposing contributors

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In support of the measure
East Bay Alliance for a Sustainable Economy (EBASE) nonprofit 501(c)(3)
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$100,442
$100K
$100K
Time’s Up Oakland: Yes on Measure Z Committee for Fair Workplaces & Ending Sexual Assault on the Job
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$584,851
$585K
$585K
In opposition of the measure

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