It’s Time to Update Your Premium Payment System
As a result of the Ferra v Loews Hollywood Hotel, LLC, decision held by the California Supreme Court on July 15,2021, all California employers must pay premium payments to employees for rest periods, recovery breaks and missed meals at the employee’s “regular rate of pay” instead of their base hourly rate. It is critical for… Read More »
Is it Time to Revisit Your Drug Testing Policies?
The legalization of cannabis is constantly evolving, and employers need to stay up to date on the latest policies regarding drug testing and recreational use of marijuana outside of the workplace. Recreational laws and drug testing policies are different in every state, which presents a particularly challenging task for multistate companies to remain compliant. … Read More »
Does Your Non-Profit Insurance Cover These 10 Key Risks?
Your non-profit is dedicated to serving its mission. You go above and beyond to protect and advance it. But for all the focus put on helping others, you may not have a true focus on what you need to do to protect yourself. “Unfortunately, many non-profits don’t realize until it’s too late that they have… Read More »
Top 10 OSHA Citations From 2020
Here’s a closer look at the data from last year showing the most common cited violations by OSHA and how your business can take proper measures to avoid these all too common fines. #1 FALL PROTECTION For the tenth consecutive year, fall protection finds itself number one on the list. Falls are the… Read More »
New COVID Vaccine Regulation For California Employers
As vaccine availability grows so do the suggestions and regulations from the state and federal government. Just recently California’s DFEH (Department of Fair Employment and Housing) released their new guidance on vaccine regulation and what rights employees have surrounding the vaccine. Can I require my employees to get the vaccine? One big question… Read More »
Re-Opening & Vaccine Rollouts: What’s Next For Compliance?
As states begin to reopen and the federal government works to pass another COVID relief bill, many businesses are working on pivoting once again. There have been so many changes to how companies run, and more are coming. Between new vaccine rollouts, the Pandemic Preparedness Plan, the extended leave plans, and navigating reopening plans with… Read More »
Are you required to provide your employees with form 1095-C?
The Affordable Care Act (ACA) requires Applicable Large Employers (ALE) to provide their full time employees with form 1095-C. Additionally, they are required to file 1094-C and 1095-C with the IRS. Failure to furnish and file these forms, as well as late filings, can lead to hefty penalties of up to $560 per employee and… Read More »
OSHA Injury and Illness Recordkeeping and Reporting Requirements
DON’T RISK A PENALTY FINE FROM OSHA! OSHA requires employers to physically post the form and electronically submit injury and illness data electronically. All business’ that are required to maintain OSHA logs need to post their 300A form in a prominent place at their facilities where all employees will have access to view from February… Read More »
Why Cyber Liability Insurance is a Must in 2021
What is the CCPA & Why Cyber Liability Insurance is a Must For Your Business? The California Consumer Privacy Act (the “CCPA”) is a privacy law that provides consumer protection for residents of California. The law regulates how a business collects, uses, and discloses almost any kind of information about an individual. What is different… Read More »
New COVID-19 Regulation | November 2020
Just when you thought doing business in California couldn’t be any more challenging! A new, extensive emergency COVID-19 regulation has been published by the Cal/OSHA Standards Board in order to curb the spread of COVID-19 in workplaces. This new 21-page regulation will drastically affect nearly every employer in the state of California. This regulation will… Read More »