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California Payroll featured in the Brentwood Press – “Leading the industry in integrity and technology”

California Payroll is celebrating 15 years serving clients in the payroll and workforce management industry. This week, the company is featured on the front page of the Brentwood Press  “Money Matters” section. For the full article… http://www.thepress.net/special/california-payroll-is-leading-the-industry-in-integrity-and-technology/article_69a08bd0-e341-11e6-ab9d-7f9994a2d344.html Preview “Fifteen years ago, when payroll services were all about cutting checks and making tax deposits, California Payroll Read More

New Form I-9 – Deadline January 22nd

The United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has released a newly revised Employment Verification Form in an effort to reduce errors and enhance form completion using a computer. Form I-9 is used for verifying employment authorization in the US, and is required by federal immigration law for each new employee hired. As part of Read More

2017 California Minimum Wage Table

(Note: Updated December 5th, 2016) Effective January 1st, 2017 the minimum wage in the state of California will increase from $10.00 to $10.50 an hour for employers with 26 or more employees. The minimum wage for employers with 25 or less employees will remain the same until 2018. There are some employees who are exempt Read More

Federal Salary Minimum Threshold Placed on Hold

Federal Salary Minimum Threshold Placed on Hold. On November 22nd, a federal judge for the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Texas issued a nationwide preliminary injunction on the Department of Labor’s new overtime rules, which were scheduled to take effect December 1, 2016. The judge ruled that the Department of Labor (DOL) likely overstepped Read More

New FLSA overtime ruling for exempt employees

If you have salaried employees earning less than $47,476 annually after Dec. 1st, those employees will be eligible for OT pay.  Will you be affected? WATCH INTRO Are you aware? On May 18th, 2016, the Department of Labor’s (DOL) final rule updating overtime regulations was announced. The ruling changed the minimum salary exemption threshold to $47,476, which Read More

Federal Overtime Rule’s Effect on the Hospitality Industry

The Fair Labor Standard Act’s new overtime rules will go into effect at the December 1st, 2016. Managing and comparing overtime costs and employee time cards can be particularly difficult when many employees work non-traditional hours such as early morning, late night and graveyard shifts, typical in the hospitality industry. This federal law will affect Read More

California Labor Law Posters Expiring April 1st, 2016

The California Fair Employment and Housing Council has adopted amendments to the Fair Employment and Housing Act (FEHA) regulation that will take effect on April 1, 2016. Employers with five or more employees are required to post the amended notice on its premises, in conspicuous places where employees are employed, which provides information on the Read More

Holidays Observed by the Federal Reserve System 2016-2019

Holidays Observed by the Federal Reserve System 2016-2019 The Federal Reserve System, commonly referred to as “The Fed”, is the central bank of the United States, created by Congress in 1913.  According to the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, the Fed has four main responsibilities: Conducting the nation’s monetary policy by influencing Read More

Labor Law Postings Available for Cities affected by the Increase in Minimum Wage Rates

We are providing a free resource which allows our clients to download relevant city and county labor law postings and remain in compliance from one source, available here at http://www.posterupdates.com/cityposters.html. Several Cities in California are implementing changes or new laws and regulations related to wages. This requires businesses operating within particular city limits to display Read More