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Businesses Barred From Requiring Employees to Share Their Earned Tips

For years, many bartenders and servers have had to share their gratuities with other staff members, regardless of whether the establishment is a casual or upscale setting. This is known in the service industry as “tipping out” and many.

Los Angeles City Council Votes Yes to Increase Paid Sick Leave

The Los Angeles City Council voted 13 to 1 in favor of a proposed new law that would require employers in the Los Angeles area to offer their employees 6 days of paid leave per year, rather than the previously mandated 3 days. If passed, the law.

Contingent Workforce – Are Your Contract-Based and Remote Employees Compliant?

Having a workforce that consists of workers that are contract-based or remote employees makes it difficult to keep your business in compliance with the law.  Payroll and HR professional have difficulty integrating benefits that are compliant.

Governor Brown Signs SB 3 for $15 California Minimum Wage

Last Friday, an amended version of Senate Bill 3(SB 3), for statewide $15 minimum wage in California was approved by Legislature and awaited Governor Brown’s approval today.

Governor Brown Signs Urgency Legislation AB 1506

PAGA, the Labor Code’s Private Attorney General Act, was enacted in 2004 but has recently prompted overwhelming litigation for California courts and employers. With PAGA, employees have the ability to sue their employers for themselves and on.

Governor Brown Signs Urgency Legislation AB 1506

PAGA, the Labor Code’s Private Attorney General Act, was enacted in 2004 but has recently prompted overwhelming litigation for California courts and employers. With PAGA, employees have the ability to sue their employers for themselves and on behalf.

California’s Piece-Rate System Overhaul

A bill, Assembly Bill 1513 (“AB 1513”), passed by the California Legislature and signed into law by Governor Brown in October 2015 changes the piece-rate pay system significantly. It is effective January 1, 2016. The new law is Labor Code.

California’s Piece-Rate System Overhaul

A bill, Assembly Bill 1513 (“AB 1513”), passed by the California Legislature and signed into law by Governor Brown in October 2015 changes the piece-rate pay system significantly. It is effective January 1, 2016. The new law is Labor Code section.

8 Withholding Form Misperceptions to Avoid

Employees have varying levels of understanding of the various forms they fill out when starting a new job, but employers must have a thorough understanding of the employment forms they need to comply with local, state, and federal employment.

8 Withholding Form Misperceptions to Avoid

Employees have varying levels of understanding of the various forms they fill out when starting a new job, but employers must have a thorough understanding of the employment forms they need to comply with local, state, and federal employment laws..

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