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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


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


As a result of Senate Bill Number 3 (SB-3), California has begun its ascent to reach a $15 minimum wage by the year 2022. However, Los Angeles put in place its own minimum wage ordinances, which will outpace the State’s increase beginning on July 1st, 2017. California’s minimum wage recently reached $10.50 on January 1st, […] continue reading this post


Pay equality is a hot button issue, and one by one, more state and city governments are beginning to discuss legislation on salary history bans in an attempt to address the issue. Currently, three states and four cities have enacted a ban, with more on their heels. Proponents of these bans claim that pay inequality […] continue reading this post


Last Thursday, the California Senate approved SB-562 – a $400 billion-a-year single-payer health insurance system for all residents (including undocumented immigrants and incarcerated felons) of California, being dubbed Healthy California. If passed, the program will completely overhaul how California citizens receive their health coverage. The bill proposes a single, government-run, universal-care system for everyone in […] continue reading this post