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CHECK OR DEBIT CARD

Changes to California’s Mandatory Workplace Pamphlets on State Benefit Programs California employers must provide certain government-issued pamphlets or information sheets to new hires, to employees on certain types of leaves of absence, and to workers upon termination of employment. The California Employment Development Department (EDD) — overseeing unemployment and disability benefits, payroll tax collection, and […]

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FOR WHOM THE BELL TOLLS…

KNOCK, KNOCK When It’s Your Turn For a Government Payroll Audit For California, the Employment Development Department (EDD) is responsible for the administration of unemployment and disability insurance, workforce training services and payroll audits. The agency has the power to impose significant, potentially fatal penalties for non-compliance. An EDD visit to look over pay practices […]

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SAFETY SAFEGUARDED

Required Injury and Illness Recordkeeping and Posting in California California law requires most employers who have had more than 10 employees on payroll during the last calendar year to keep illness and injury records for each worksite. Covered employers must also conspicuously post at each worksite an annual accident and injury summary for the prior […]

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CAUTIONARY TALES EPISODE 20

EEOC Sues California Grocery Store for Disability Discrimination On September 28, 2018 the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) announced it has filed a law suit against Central California grocery store, PAQ, Inc. dba Rancho San Miguel Market for alleged violations of the federal Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). The agency contends that in 2016, a […]

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CALIFORNIA PAID FAMILY LEAVE OVERVIEW

Is California’s “Paid Family Leave” a Protected Leave of Absence? Employers are sometimes uncertain how to properly respond to an employee’s request for Paid Family Leave because the name is somewhat misleading. Some unpaid “leaves of absence” (for example for medical conditions or family emergencies) are legally “protected,” meaning the employer must accept the eligible […]

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CALIFORNIA LABOR LAWS 2017:

Ensuring Workplace Balance Annual Pasadena Seminar for Employers Covering Employment Legal Essentials, New Workplace Laws for 2017 Friday, February 24, 2017 2017 brings yet more significant changes in California workplace laws. Over a day-long session, labor and employment law specialist Tim Bowles will present his annual review of the workplace legal basics, with emphasis on […]

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CALIFORNIA LABOR LAWS 2017:

Keep Off the Rocks Annual Pasadena Seminar for Employers Covering Employment Legal Essentials, New Workplace Laws for 2017 Friday, February 24, 2017 2017 brings yet more significant changes in California workplace laws. Over a day-long session, labor and employment law specialist Tim Bowles will present his annual review of the workplace legal basics, with emphasis […]

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CALIFORNIA LABOR LAWS 2017:

Avoid Potential Disaster Annual Seminar for Employers Covering Employment Legal Essentials, New Workplace Laws for 2017 Friday, February 24, 2017 2017 brings yet more significant changes in California workplace laws. Over a day-long session, labor and employment law specialist Tim Bowles will present his annual review of the workplace legal basics, with emphasis on the […]

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CALIFORNIA LABOR LAWS 2017:

Navigating the Rocks and Shoals Annual Seminar for Employers Covering Employment Legal Essentials, New Workplace Laws for 2017 Friday, February 24, 2017 2017 brings yet more significant changes in California workplace laws. Over a day-long session, labor and employment law specialist Tim Bowles will present his annual review of the workplace legal basics, with emphasis […]

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BULLETPROOFING LOS ANGELES’ PAID SICK LEAVE ORDINANCE?

City’s Enforcement Guidelines Attempt to Make Sense of the Confusion Beginning July 1, 2016, the City of Los Angeles’ (City’s) Minimum Wage Ordinance (MWO) imposes higher paid employee sick time benefits than the statewide level. For definitions of covered “Employers” and “Employees” and other details, see: City of Los Angeles New Paid Sick Leave Requirements […]

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