October HR eNewsletter

California Pay Requirements & De Minimis

The recent California Supreme Court ruling on California wages and whether de minimis applies left some open questions for employers. Let’s clarify things. 

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New York’s Sexual Harassment Requirements in Effect

To prevent sexual harassment and protect victims, the state of New York recently enacted legislation requiring employers to provide sexual harassment training to all employees, distribute written anti-harassment policies, and handle employee complaints in a specific way.

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Fair Labor Standards Act & Pay Issues, Special Focus on California Regulations 

Wage and hour regulations can be complicated, especially for California employers. Not only do employers need to follow federal regulations, but they must also follow state, city, and county wage laws. This can be as simple as posting payday notices in the breakroom and as complicated as calculating an hourly rate for sick time on a piece-rate employee. Let us help you make wage and hour regulations more clear!

Thursday, Oct. 18, 11:00 a.m. MT

Regulatory Updates

This issue covers employment legislation updates for effective dates in November 2018. These updates include W-4 update, NRLB joint employer test, election policy guidance, and I-9 audits. State updates: IL, NV, NY.

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Ask the HR Expert

Q: We have an employee who will be on FMLA maternity leave during upcoming paid holidays. Do we need to pay this employee for those holidays?

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