In March, we finally got the updated I-9 that was about 6 months late. Now they have updated that I-9 which has a date of July 17, 2017. Work site enforcement and I-9 audits and inquiries by ICE will continue to increase. An updated I-9 form has been issued. Your Company needs to make sure […]
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Late last year and early this year we discussed the new Agriculture Labor laws going into effect in California. Mostly it was centered on the reduction of hours over time from a 10 hour work day to an 8 hour work day. However, in the language of the bill was a very important phrase that […]
Monday, the California Supreme court voted 7-0 in favor of the seven days in the same work week interpretation. This means that, if you define your work week, as long as an employee has one day off in that workweek, they are not eligible for premium ovcr-time payments. They rejected the interpretation that employees should […]
Yes, you are reading this correctly. The Union that made its name on protecting the rights of Agricultural workers will have to pay out over $885,000 in back pay and another $235,000 in penalties. The Union is going to appeal, but many of you will find this gratifying. There is not much more to report […]
When any agency comes on the property, first notify the Manager/Owner of the Property. If you are one of our customers, call HR Mobile Services at (559) 625-2322 or Ken directly Keep the agents aside and away from other workers until you know the reason for their visit. Ask to see their credentials. Verify if […]
Blanket policies that say an employee must be 100-percent healed before he/she can return to work after an injury are unlawful. Instead, you must assess whether the employee can perform the essential functions of the job with or without reasonable accommodation. The Department of Fair Employment and Housing (DFEA) is the California equivalent of the […]
The information below comes from the California Chamber of Commerce and provides a very good review of your rights as employers and employees regarding walking off the job. HR Mobile Services, Inc. agrees with most of the assumptions in this piece. However, I would also point out that it mentions other factors. In the case […]
THIS IS A CONTINUATION FROM PART 1 OF THIS DISCUSSION. THIS NEW INFORMATION IS FROM LATE 2016. Rounding times is allowed under California Law, but there has been a need for more information from the courts. The See’s Candy case is the rounding standard and has been bouncing around the courts for many years. An […]
THIS POSTING BEGINS THE STORY IN 2012. Overturning a trial court determination that California law does not permit “rounding” of time entries for payroll purposes, the California Court of Appeal in See’s Candy Shops, Inc. v. Superior Court holds that an employer may round employees’ clock-in and -out times to the nearest tenth of an […]
Recently the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) issued an alert to payroll and human resources professionals to warn them about an email scam. In our effort to keep our customers protected and informed we are passing along this information. Also, please note that all W-2 forms should be distributed in California no later than January 31. […]
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