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California Legislators Target Employers in 2019 2019 is shaping up to be an interesting legislative year for California. February 22 was the last day to introduce new legislative proposals for the state this year and legislators were extra busy these past two months, introducing 2,576 bills before the deadline hit. Some of these bills will likely change their focus later on […] 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


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


2019 California Minimum Wage Updates

Posted by: on December 18, 2018 in Payroll


california minimum wage increase 2019 California’s minimum wage and overtime-exempt salary threshold will rise in 2019 at different levels depending on employer size. Complicating matters, many cities and some counties in the state will also raise their own minimum wages. Here’s what employers should know for 2019. Statewide California Minimum Wage The state minimum wage will continue to rise each […] continue reading this post


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