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Monthly Archives: November 2018

Think You Can Handle HR Not With These New CA Laws Being an employer keeps getting more complicated for California business owners. The ever-changing landscape of California employment law can make it seem impossible to ensure that your business remains in compliance with hundreds of state, local and federal regulations while also remaining profitable and just getting home from work at a decent time. Trying to […] continue reading this post


Disaster Unemployment Assistance in California Now Available In recent days, multiple areas in California have been ravaged by fast-moving, wind-driven wildfires. According to the most current statistics from Cal Fire, five fires in the state have yet to be 100% contained, over 244,000 acres have been burned, at least 10,756 structures (including homes and commercial buildings) have been destroyed and 59 people […] continue reading this post


Are Your Employee Performance Reviews Effective? Annual Reviews vs Continuous Feedback: Which is the Best Fit? The end of the fiscal year is nearing, and for many companies that means annual employee performance reviews are nearing. Some critics argue that annual performance reviews and even semi-annual or quarterly reviews are archaic and not as effective as employers would like to believe. […] continue reading this post


SkateMD SACRAMENTO, CA (November 6, 2018) — As a proud sponsor of SkateMD, a Northern California based 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, Emplicity is excited to help spread the word about their upcoming fourth birthday celebration and fundraiser and wants to encourage friends and clients in the Sacramento area to come out and celebrate four extraordinary years of […] continue reading this post


Local Businesses: Employees or 1099 Contractors? Using independent contractors is becoming a lot less attractive to employers. In May of this year, the California Supreme Court issued a ruling that made the already challenging task of deciding whether to classify a worker as an employee or an independent contractor even more difficult. In their ruling, the court adopted the “ABC” test […] continue reading this post