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The Benefits of ASO Payroll Services for Small Businesses

ASO services include:
– payroll services
– tax form filing
– positive work environment management

July 1, 2022 : Minimum Wage Adjustments

(by State and County as applicable) Minimum wage laws affect businesses of all sizes, whether operating nationwide, in multiplejurisdictions, or only in one state, county, or city. Therefore, we have provided a rates-only list of wageincreases that will occur on July...
July 1, 2022 : Minimum Wage Adjustments

July 1, 2022 : Minimum Wage Adjustments

(by State and County as applicable) Minimum wage laws affect businesses of all sizes, whether operating nationwide, in multiplejurisdictions, or only in one state, county, or city. Therefore, we have provided a rates-only list of wageincreases that will occur on July...

An Overview of California Employee Privacy Legislation

An Overview of California Employee Privacy Legislation

California recognizes claims for invasion of privacy, including intrusion into private affairs, public disclosure of private facts, false light (portraying someone in an unflattering light), and appropriation of name or likeness. Additionally, the state uses specific...

Prepare for the California Privacy Rights Act

Prepare for the California Privacy Rights Act

Californians passed the California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA), or Proposition 24, in November 2020. The CPRA definitively adjusts and increases obligatory privacy actions under the California Consumer Privacy Act. Amending certain definitions, the CPRA is primarily...

10 Steps to Take to Follow Independent Contractor Compliance Rules

10 Steps to Take to Follow Independent Contractor Compliance Rules

With workflow and needs for individual businesses changing rapidly in many industries, classifying the individuals who are providing you with services or labor correctly is crucial.  Whether someone is an employee or an independent contractor can sometimes be...

INSIGHTS: Important California Labor Code Information

INSIGHTS: Important California Labor Code Information

The California Wage Theft Prevention Act, which went into effect January 1, 2017, requires all employers to provide written notice of certain pay-related information to nonexempt employees at the time of hire and when it updates. Certain temporary services employees...

Extra Pay Redefined in California

Extra Pay Redefined in California

In the recent case of Naranjo v. Spectrum Security Services, Inc., the Supreme Court of California ruled that providing extra pay, which is required when employees miss meal and rest breaks, can be defined as wages instead of penalties when looking at the California...

Why Everyone Wants Two Jobs and How Employers Should Handle It

Why Everyone Wants Two Jobs and How Employers Should Handle It

No one is immune to the temptation of an extra paycheck. If you’ve ever wondered if it’s possible to be overworked, then you might be surprised to learn that there is actually a name for this phenomenon: overemployment. According to the overemployed population, this...