New Coverage Rule for Workers’ Compensation in California

The New Year brings with it resolutions, football games, and of course, the implementation of new laws in California. In fact, California enacted 900 new laws for 2017, and one of those will increase costs for many businesses in the state. In Assembly Bill number 2883, the state government amended the Labor Code to increase…

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California Revamps the Fair Pay Act

In 2016, the California Fair Pay Act was enacted into law. It is one of the first of its kind to forbid employers from paying workers of different sexes less money for “substantially similar work,” as opposed to “equal work,” making it more difficult to justify discriminatory pay. This law was also one of the…

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The Empowering Employees through Stock Ownership Act

Sweat equity is the term used to refer to an employee’s labor that is invested into an asset as opposed to equity bought with capital. Ideally, it would be fair for all employees whose sweat equity increases the value of a private company to share in the ownership of that company. But under current tax…

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