California Employers to Face Lots of Changes in 2019

For California, 2019 is all about continuing its active involvement in regulating the employer-employee relationship. The state’s legislature is enacting many new laws affecting California employers, from workplace discrimination, harassment and retaliation protections to required gender representation on boards of directors to wage and hour protections, just to name a

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Minimum Wage Changes: 20 States Updating their Wage Rates in 2019

More than 20 states and a number of municipalities will be increasing their minimum wage between Dec. 31, 2018, and Jan. 1, 2019. This includes recent statewide increases in Arkansas and Missouri, as voters in both states turned out in record numbers on November 6th to vote for increasing the

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California’s Anti-Sexual Harassment Laws: What Employers Need to Know

California has joined in the fight against sexual harassment in the workplace, enacting new regulations and laws that will take effect in 2019. In September of 2018, California Governor Jerry Brown signed four new bills into law, a major step in the right direction following the #MeToo and #TimesUp movements.

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Employee Paycards: Are They Worth Implementing?

Traditionally, businesses provide employees with the option of receiving their wages through a paycheck or direct deposit. Now, more and more businesses are switching to paycards, which can save employers money in the long run and help their ability to recruit talent. In the current state of our economy, does

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Opinion: Are Millennials Killing the Primary-Care Doctor?

You have probably noticed the many accusations towards millennials on the internet, how they are ruining traditional aspects of society and killing our culture. Everything from car ownership, marriage, home ownership, beer, wine and vacations. As the nation’s largest generation, 83 million Americans born between 1981 and 1996, millennials are

Opinion: Are Millennials Killing the Primary-Care Doctor?