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A Minor Technicality On Pay Stub Can Cost Employers Big Bucks

Today’s business can be susceptible to lawsuits, big fines, and headaches in areas they take for granted. Imagine being sued by every single one of the employees who worked for you over the past four years because your paystubs have an extra comma in your company’s name. A zip code is missing from your company’s [...]

Proposed Workers Comp Insurance Change in July

The California Workers' Compensation Insurance Rating Bureau is filing a proposed rate reduction for California workers' compensation insurance "pure premium" rates on average to become effective July 1, 2017.  These are to be suggested or base rates for insurers, and are based on averages for all classifications.  Some Employment Classifications Would See Higher Classifications & [...]

Employment Law Update: Prepare for 2017

EMPLOYMENT LAW UPDATE: PREPARE FOR 2017 NEW FEDERAL SALARY REQUIREMENTS Although this change is not unique to California, please bear in mind the Federal changes made to “white collar” exemptions, known as the “Final Rule”, which takes effect on December 1, 2016. The Department of Labor (DOL) issued changes that substantially increase the minimum salary [...]

By | March 23rd, 2017|Human Resources, Retirement, Wages|0 Comments