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New Employer Regulation Goes into Effect in the City of San Jose March 8, 2017

On November 8, 2016, voters in San Jose, California, approved Ballot Measure E, called the “Opportunity to Work Ordinance,” which requires an employer to offer part-time employees additional hours before the employer hires any new or temporary employees. Sponsored by a coalition of labor unions, the new ordinance limits employers’ ability to bring on new […]

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Obama Care Health Insurance Reporting Information for Employers – a first look

Since passage of the Affordable Care Act, several key requirements for employers have been delayed, including reporting of health coverage offered to employees, known as Internal Revenue Code (IRC) 6056 reporting. As 2015 nears, and the prospects of further delay appear unlikely, employers and the IRS are preparing for the filing of these new information […]

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False Employment Documents and Employee Rights in California

Once hired, employees must present documents confirming their identity and eligibility to work in the United States. And, employers must honor documents that appear to be valid. But in a recent case in California, Supreme Court ruled that an employee who presents fraudulent eligibility documents is not barred from later pursuing a lawsuit alleging discrimination […]

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Court Holds: Reimburse Employees for Required Cell Phone Use

Under California law, employers must reimburse employees for certain job-related expenses. In an unprecedented decision, a California court of appeal recently ruled that an employer must reimburse an employee if the employee is required to use a personal cell phone to make work-related calls; this is true even when the employee did not incur an […]

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