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Paycheck Fairness Act - What Employers Need to Know On January 30th 2019, Congresswoman Rosa DeLauro and Senator Patty Murray led the charge to reintroduce the Paycheck Fairness Act. The bill was first introduced in 2012, but has failed to make headway in Congress over the years. The Paycheck Fairness Act will be designated as H.R. 7 in the 116th Congress and has been […] continue reading this post


CA Reporting Time Pay Rules Expanded by Appeals Court On February 5th, a California Court of Appeal announced a drastic change to California’s reporting time pay rules that will directly impact the scheduling policies of all employers in the state. The decision, made in the case of Ward v. Tilly’s, Inc., effectively amends the reporting time rule contained within Wage Order No. 7(A) which […] continue reading this post


7 Workplace Trends Employers Should Look for in 2019 Employers have finally adjusted to the changes that came with the dawn of a new year and are starting to look ahead at what the next 11 months of 2019 will bring. This new year has already brought about a number of changes and there are certainly even more to come. For one, changes in […] continue reading this post


CA Sexual Harassment SB 1343 Training Mandatory in 2019 Sexual harassment training became mandatory for all employers in California with at least 5 employees after former governor Jerry Brown signed Senate Bill 1343 into law last year. SB 1343 went into effect on January 1st, 2019 and employers have until January 1st, 2020 to provide proof that they have complied with all of the […] continue reading this post


Employers have begun to see an interesting letter pop up in their mailboxes recently. The Social Security Administration (SSA) has re-implemented the use of “Request for Employer Information” letters, more commonly known as “No-Match” letters. The SSA has used these letters in the past, but discontinued them each time for different reasons. No-Match letters were […] continue reading this post