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In 2021, there are new updated employment laws that impact California employers. To shed light on these regulations, our 2021 Employment Law series is designed to help employers navigate these significant changes, like Assembly Bill 1947, so they can stay compliant with California law and thrive. California legislators have extended the statute of limitations for wage, hour discharge, and discrimination complaints under Assembly Bill 1947 at the beginning of 2021. These new regulations bring significant implications to California employers, who must continue to stay cautious when it comes to employee termination. Here is a quick guide to the revisions [...]
A continued heated topic in employment law, the impact of Assembly Bill 5 (AB5) has been wide-reaching, going as far as affecting parents looking to hire at-home tutors for their children. It has made many businesses vulnerable to misclassification liabilities and unsurprisingly, worker misclassification lawsuits have been on the rise. To shed light on the complexities of AB5 and help you safeguard your business, here is a simple guide on how AB5 affects tutors. What is Assembly Bill 5 (AB5)? Effective January 1, 2020, Assembly Bill 5 (AB5) is a state law that codifies the “ABC” test, set forth [...]
All employees are entitled to payments, making salaries the biggest expenses for companies. Although it isn’t uncommon to miss payroll, businesses, both big and small, should avoid missing payroll, no matter what. Doing so can lead to unsatisfied employees who will leave for other opportunities on top of a number of penalties and lawsuits. Here is what happens if you miss payroll and how you can get prevent it from happening. What are some common reasons why businesses miss payroll? Businesses that miss payroll tend to either be smaller companies that operate on a cash basis or larger companies [...]
In 2021, there are new updated employment Laws that impact California employers. To shed light on these regulations, our 2021 Employment Law series is designed to help employers navigate these significant changes so they can stay compliant with California law and thrive. California legislators have expanded family and medical leave under the California Family Rights Act (CFRA) at the beginning of 2021. This new legislation, known as Senate Bill 1383, brings notable changes to employers and employees throughout the State Of California. Today, we summarize the changes employers should be aware of. What is Senate Bill 1383? Previously, CFRA [...]
Every business, whether small or big, makes important decisions, which have to be documented. This documentation happens in the form of corporate resolutions, which aim to keep a business’s leadership team, or specifically the board of directors, accountable for the actions taken. Below, we answer some frequently asked questions surrounding corporate resolutions. Frequently Asked Questions about Corporate Resolution Are corporate resolutions required only under state law, or does the SEC require them as well? The SEC does not per se address corporate resolutions. The SEC protects investors and mainly governs publicly traded corporations, not privately held corporations (with some [...]
National Small Business Association Leadership Council Press Release Pasadena, CA – Cynthia Hackler Flynn of Hackler Flynn & Associates in Pasadena was recently named to the National Small Business Association (NSBA) Leadership Council. NSBA is the nation’s oldest small-business advocacy organization, and operates on a staunchly nonpartisan basis. Flynn, a recognized leader in the small-business community, joins the NSBA Leadership Council alongside other small-business advocates from across the country as they work to promote the interests of small business to policymakers in Washington, D.C. “As a small-business owner, I see daily the importance of being involved and active when [...]