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California employers have a lot on their to-do lists for 2018. New regulations from Jerry Brown mean more work concerning hiring practices, wages, employee administration, and more. A large corporation will likely have an entire HR department and legal team to help navigate all of the changes in employment law, but a smaller business runs […] continue reading this post

Emplicity announces the debut to MyEmplicity, our integrated Applicant Tracking System (ATS). ATS reduces the time it takes to hire new employees by 30% or more by eliminating the grind of sifting through unqualified resumes, expanding and managing your candidate pool. Emplicity’s new ATS simplifies posting and managing open jobs online, receiving resumes and sorting […] continue reading this post

Californians will soon be able to identify as non-binary, marking their driver’s licenses and birth certificates with an “X” rather than the traditional “M” or “F” under a bill from State Senator Toni Atkins (D-San Diego) which was signed into law by Governor Jerry Brown back in October. The new law was designed to offer […] continue reading this post

As a result of Senate Bill Number 3, passed by Jerry Brown back in April of this year, California has begun its ascent to reach a $15 minimum wage by the year 2022. California’s minimum wage reached $10.50 on January 1st, 2017 for businesses with 26 or more employees, but smaller business will see their […] continue reading this post

Businesses may soon be facing some stiff penalties for Affordable Care Act Non-compliance. Employers may just now be receiving the Letter 226J for IRS filings related to the 2015 tax year. Letter 226J is a notice to an employer for shared responsibility payment (ESRP) for failing to comply with the Affordable Care Act. It also […] continue reading this post