In a Big Win for California Employers, the United States Supreme Court Opens the Door to Enforcement of Arbitration Agreements in PAGA Cases Updated Provided by Brian D. Martin, Michael J. O’Connor, Jr., Amber S. Healy, Geoff D. La ValAtkinson, Anderson, Loya, Ruud & Romo
Mid-Year Increase in Standard Mileage Rate Update provided by] Not surprisingly, the IRS has announced a mid-year increase in the Standard Mileage Rates, effective July 1, 2022. In recognition of significant gasoline price increases in recent months, the new rate is 62.5 cents per mile
Employee Retirement Plan or CalSavers Enrollment (Required by June 30th) Scott & Whitehead April 22, 2022 The California Secure Choice Retirement Savings Trust Act (“CalSavers”) is a vehicle by which employees who do not have access to an employer-sponsored retirement plan can contribute to their
Tax Implications – Employee Use of Employer-Provided Vehicles for Personal Commuting Evan J. Gautier Daniel C. Gavilanes AALRR It is not uncommon for employees who use employer-provided vehicles during their workday, to also use the employer-provided vehicles for commuting to and from their work location,
Employment Development Department Issues Unemployment Insurance and Disability Insurance Updates News Release No.: 22-12 March 3, 2022 SACRAMENTO—The California Employment Development Department today provided updates on the state’s unemployment and disability insurance programs, including information about identity verification, curbing fraud, and determining eligibility for benefits.
California’s Department of Industrial Relations Issues the 2022 Supplemental Paid Sick Leave Model Notice and Frequently Asked Questions Jennifer S. Grock Jonathan Judge Atkinson, Andelson, Loya, Ruud & Romo California’s new statewide supplemental paid sick leave (SPSL) law, SB 114, went into effect on February
On February 9, 2022, California Governor Newsom signed Senate Bill 114 (“SB 114”) into law to re-enact the State’s COVID-19 supplemental paid sick leave, effective February 19, 2022, but with key differences from prior supplemental paid sick leave law (“SB 95”). SB 114, which applies retroactively to
Wage and hour claims continue to be the most frequently filed claims in California. Employers often ask what they need to be doing to place themselves in the best position to defend against such claims. We have compiled some of the most frequently asked questions