KPA California HR Newsletter — September 2017

by Jill Schaefer on September 19, 2017

Exempt vs. Nonexempt: Sources of Confusion in California — Click here to read more

Wondering what a wage order is and what to do with it? Unsure if a California employee is exempt or non-exempt?

You’re not alone.

Determining employment status is tricky in California, but KPA is here to make it easier for you! Check out our latest blog, complete with handy charts, and guidance.

FAQs on Minimum Wage Laws in California — Click here to read more

What information needs to be itemized on California pay stubs? Do I have to pay commissioned employees minimum wages in addition to their commissions?

KPA’s compliance partner, FordHarrison is on it. Read FAQs compiled by Alex Witte, FordHarrison Attorney at Law.

September 2017 Regulatory Updates — Click here to read more

– Reminder: Domestic Violence Leave Notice
– Berkeley Paid Sick Leave
– San Francisco & Accommodations for Nursing Moms

Ask the HR Expert – Strictly California — Get the answer

Q: Can you please advise me on how to implement a return to work program in California?

FREE California Compliance Webinar — Register now

KPA has partnered with FordHarrison law firm, the 2017 Law Firm of the Year in Litigation — Labor & Employment, to support compliant workforce programs. Join us for our monthly webinar on California regulations.

This month’s topic is all about California Minimum Wage and Sick Leave Laws.

Wednesday, September 27, 2017
10:00 a.m. (Pacific) / 12:00 p.m. (Central)

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