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Employers Must Pay Workers for Security Screening Time, California Supreme Court Rules

Today, the California Supreme Court ruled that Apple must pay employees for time they spend undergoing security screening of personal items after clocking out at the end of their shift — a question the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeal asked the California Supreme Court to answer more than two years ago (Frlekin v. Apple, Inc., No. S243805 (February 13, …

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Employers Must Pay Workers for Security Screening Time, California Supreme Court Rules Today, the California Supreme Court ruled that Apple must pay employees for time they spend undergoing security screening of personal items after clocking out at the end of their shift — a question the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeal asked the California Supreme Court to …

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‘Super Bowl Fever’ Sweeps Through Workplaces

Look around at your co-workers today, because, on Monday, it’s very likely several of them won’t be at work. Yes, “Super Bowl Fever” will sweep through offices next Monday, February 3. An estimated 17.5 million workers plan to miss work that day, according to the 2020 Super Bowl Fever Survey commissioned by The Workforce Institute at Kronos …

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New Form I-9 Finally Available

The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) just released the new Form I-9, Employment Eligibility Verification. As of January 31, 2020, employers should begin using the new Form I-9, version 10/21/2019 (found on the bottom of the form). The new form expires 10/31/2022. According to the USCIS, from Jan. 31, 2020, employers may use either …

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Exempt vs. Nonexempt: Not All Managers’ Duties Are Managerial

In California, employees who work more than eight hours in a day or 40 hours in a week are entitled to overtime pay. However, there are several exemptions to the overtime law, permitting employers to pay certain categories of employees a flat salary without overtime wages. One such exemption is for executives, who are typically …

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New National Origin Regulations Coming July 1

National origin protection changes amended into the state Fair Employment and Housing Act (FEHA) were approved recently by the Office of Administrative Law and will take effect on July 1, 2018. Although California already has strict rules that prohibit harassment and discrimination based on protected classes, including national origin, the new regulations expand those rules. …

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CAL/OSHA 300A Posting Deadline Is February 1 For Most California Employers

From February 1 through April 30, most employers in California are required to post the Cal/OSHA Form 300A Annual Summary Log of Injuries and Illnesses that occurred in 2019, the previous calendar year. Exemptions If your company had 10 or fewer employees at all times during the last calendar year, your company does not need …

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OSHA 300A Posting Deadline Is February 1 for Non-California Employers

From February 1 through April 30, most employers are required to post the OSHA Form 300A Annual Summary Log of Injuries and Illnesses that occurred in 2019, the previous calendar year. Exemptions If your company had 10 or fewer employees at all times during the last calendar year, your company does not need to keep …

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New Form W-4, Tax Withholding Method

In December 2019, the IRS released its new Form W-4, Employee’s Withholding Certificate for 2020. Prompted by the 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, the IRS made major revisions designed to make income tax withholding easier for employees, including changing the name from Employees’ Withholding Allowance Certificate.

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