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Workforce Management Highlights For 2020

Posted by Leslie Ruhland on Dec 17, 2019 11:02:00 AM

Employers and HR managers know that each new year brings with it a new set of workforce management changes and requirements. January 2020 is no different.

We previously posted an overview of the significant labor-related legislation that will affect most, if not all, employers in California. Here is a brief set of highlights of a few more items that will likely have the broadest impact California businesses.

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Topics: HR compliance, overtime pay, california labor laws, labor law compliance, california minimum wage, workforce management

DOL Releases Final Overtime Rule, Effective Jan 1, 2020

Posted by Leslie Ruhland on Oct 1, 2019 8:29:00 AM

 

The Department of Labor has announced the final rule that will increase the minimum salary for certain exempt white collar employees. The final rule is very close to the proposed rule we reported on in March. The new minimums will take effect January 1, 2020.

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Topics: overtime pay

Construction Payroll And Prevailing Wage Reporting

Posted by Leslie Ruhland on Sep 16, 2019 12:24:14 PM

Government contracts require understanding the requirements for businesses performing the work. For HR in California, prevailing wage is one of the concepts to master.

 

In addition to setting up and maintaining a certified payroll process, construction companies must pay their employees the appropriate local prevailing wage. This also means having a prevailing wage reporting process. 

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Topics: overtime pay, Prevailing wages, Certified payroll, Certified Payroll Software, Certified Payroll Services

New Overtime Rule Proposal From DOL

Posted by Leslie Ruhland on Mar 12, 2019 11:47:15 AM

The Department of Labor released a new proposed rule that raises the minimum salary requirements for FLSA overtime "white collar" exemptions and critics on both sides are voicing their concerns.

 

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Topics: overtime pay, exempt employees, white collar, final rule, non-exempt employees

Overtime Rules And Employee Classification

Posted by Leslie Ruhland on Jan 22, 2019 12:54:08 PM

While the Department of Labor inches closer to making a final decision on proposed overtime eligibility, the state of California is still debating the definition of an independent contractor. Both pending decisions will have a significant impact on California employers, workers and the state's business climate.

 

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Topics: independent contractors, overtime pay, employee classification, dol fsla, final rule

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