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Medical Schools Seek Applicants’ Who Understand Health Policy & Health Care Reform

With the rapidly evolving political health care landscape, many medical schools are becoming more interested in applicants' understanding of health policy and health care reform. For those preparing a medical school interviews - whether in a traditional interview or a multiple mini-interview they will be expected to have a clear understanding of health care reform. [...]

By | November 30th, 2017|Affordable Care Act, Did You Know?, Health Care, Insurance, Wages|0 Comments

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

Prepare for 2017 Minimum Wage Laws

Verify you are paying all employees at least the Applicable Minimum Wage. And be aware of what city or county your employees are working in - because there are differing minimum wages, as well as paid sick leave rules, in dozens of California cities and some counties. PAY AND BENEFITS INCREASES FOR STATE MINIMUM WAGE  [...]

Avoiding Costly Payroll Mistakes

Everyone knows the business world isn't perfect. And, business owners have learned the hard way that payroll management is not as simple as it appears. Managing a viable payroll system requires attention to detail as well as a sound understanding the tax laws matters to small and mid-size companies. Payroll mistakes are like ants in [...]

By | March 2nd, 2017|Human Resources, Payroll Post of the Day, Taxes, Wages|0 Comments