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California Healthcare Rates Plan to Increase in 2019 Healthcare premiums are on the rise again, with California healthcare planning to increase by approximately 5 percent in 2019, according to a recent survey by Kaiser Family Foundation. In 2018, employers and workers together have spent, on average, close to $20,000 for a single family health insurance plan, according to the same survey. Employers and […] continue reading this post


California SB 1343 Mandates Sexual Harassment Training for Smaller Employers Employers of all sizes in California will need to ramp up their sexual harassment prevention training in 2019, thanks to a new law signed by Governor Jerry Brown. Brown signed SB 1343, a bill that adds new requirements for Sexual Harassment Training into law, on September 30th, 2018. Currently, only employers with 50 or more […] continue reading this post


Jerry Brown Passes SB 826 For California business owners, employment practices liability is a major concern. According to the most current data on employment charge activity from the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), California employers have a 46% higher chance of employment practices-related litigation above the national average. One of the reasons for this is that many of the California […] continue reading this post


SkateMD Emplicity is proud to announce their sponsorship of SkateMD, a Northern California based 501(c)(3) non-profit organization with a mission to “heal hearts by spreading kindness and skateboarding to special populations of children facing developmental, physical, emotional or family challenges.” SkateMD was founded by two friends connected through skateboarding (the “Skate”), Melanie Tillotson (the “M”) and […] continue reading this post


4 Key Workplace Safety Concerns You don’t have to work around heavy machinery or volatile materials in order to be surrounded by workplace safety concerns. Every type of job comes with hazards and employers have to work to alleviate them for the safety of their employees and to be in compliance with the Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s (OSHA) standards. […] continue reading this post