California Pay: Prop 22

Updated 

As a delivery partner in California, you are guaranteed to earn at least 120% of the local minimum wage at your pickup location, plus $0.34 for each mile driven during engaged time. This is your Prop 22 net earnings floor.*

If you are owed an adjustment to meet the Prop 22 net earnings floor, you will see it shown on the Earnings page in your Weekly Summary under Prop 22 Earnings Adjustment. (See example)

Prop 22 net earnings floor - All non-tip earnings (e.g. Base Pay, GoMissions...) = Prop 22 Earnings Adjustment


And of course, you will always receive 100% of tips.


For example, let’s say you made one delivery in a week, and the following were true:

  • Minimum wage in the pickup location in California is $15 per hour

  • Engaged time for the delivery was 15 minutes (or 0.25 hours)

  • Mileage driven for the delivery was 8 miles, and you used your motor vehicle


Your Prop 22 net earnings floor would be: ((120% x $15) x 0.25) + ($0.34 x 8) = $7.22.

Your tips do not count towards your minimum earnings.

Engaged time is the period of time from when a driver accepts an offer to when the driver completes the order, or to the time when the order is canceled by the customer or Gopuff. 

You will not be paid for engaged delivery time if you abandon or choose not to complete the delivery after you have accepted the offer, or if other fraud is detected by GBL California.

No, you will still receive 100% of your tips.

The local minimum wage is based on the location of the micro-fulfillment center (MFC) or BevMo! store.