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Monica Derner, Certified Public Accountant PC is located in Alturas, California. Our attention to service and quality has made us an industry leader. At MONICA DERNER CPA PC the client always comes first, and we constantly strive to exceed your expectations! With our wide range of services, you're sure to find exactly what you're looking for. We look forward to working with you to fulfill your financial needs and providing the tools you need to attain your business goals.
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Noted below are introductions of a few bills that were enacted on January 1st in CA. Please do your research on the details of each bill to ensure your compliance. The listing is NOT inclusive.
Assembly Bill 685 - COVID-19 Recording & Reporting Requirements
Requires employers to provide multiple notices within 1 business day after receiving notice of potential COVID-19 Exposure.
Senate Bill 1159 - Rebuttable Presumption of Contracting COVID-19 at Workplace
Creates a rebuttable presumption that an employee contracted COVID-19 at work if the employee tests positive within 14 days after reporting to his or her place of employment during an "outbreak" at the workplace in relation to workers compensation benefits.
Senate Bill 1383 - Significant expansion of CA Family Rights Act (CFRA)
Requires employers with 5 or more employees to provide certain unpaid, protected family, medical, and military leave to eligible employees.
Assembly Bill 1867 - Family Leave Mediation
Established a new "small employer family lave mediation program" applicable to companies with 5 - 19 employees to address concerns that small employers would face increased litigation due to non compliance with the new provisions of CFTRA.
Assembly Bill 2992 - Expanded Protection for Employees who are Victims of Crime or Abuse
Expands the prohibition on discrimination and retaliation against employees who are victims of crime or abuse, and revises the categories of time off work under these circumstances.
Assembly Bill 2017 - Revisions of "Kin Care"
Revises the law to provide that the designation of the sick leave taken is at the sole discretion of the employee.
Assembly Bill 1947 - Extension of Time to File Division of Labor Standards Enforcement (DLSE) Complaints
Extends the time to 1 year for employees to file a complaint with DLSE from the date of discharge or discrimination violation.
Assembly Bill 2143 - Amendments to Prohibition of No-Rehire Provisions in Employee Settlement Agreements
Currently, a settlement agreement cannot contain a provision prohibiting or restricting the settling party from future employment with their employer with an exemption if the employer made a good faith determination that the employee engaged in sexual harassments or sexual assault. AB 2143 expands the exception to include determinations s that the employee engaged in any criminal conduct.
Assembly Bill 2257 - Revisions to AB 5
AB 2257 does not change the underlying framework of AB 5, but does clarify the following:
Assembly Bill 3075 - Successor Liability for Unpaid Wages
Requires on a Statement of Information filed with the CA Secretary of State, a corporation to include whether any officer, director, (in the case of an LLC, a member or manager) has an outstanding final judgment issued by the DLSE or a court of law for which no appeal therefrom is pending for a violation of any wage order or labor code. It also provides that a successor employer has responsibilities if certain criteria is met.
California Minimum Wage
Generally, California's minimum wage is moving to $14 an hour in 2021. The new minimum wage goes into effect Jan. 1, and applies to employers with 26 or more employees. Employers with fewer than 26 employees will have to pay a minimum wage of $13 an hour. Some municipalities have different rates. Click here for an increase schedule.
Exempt rate is twice the minimum hourly rate for full time employment.
Piece rate must receive at least minimum wage for each hour worked.
California Reinstates Healthcare Mandate
The individual mandate tax penalty will be reinstated for 2020 which means Californians who choose not to buy qualified health insurance, will face a penalty of either $695 per adult ($347.50 per child) or 2.5% of their annual income per eHealthInsurance.com.