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Large employers are now required to provide demographic pay data to the California Department of Fair Employment and Housing (DFEH) by March 31, 2021. SB 973 requires private employers of 100 or more employees, that are also required to file the federal EEO-1 report with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), to report demographic and pay data information to the

By Kathleen J. Smith, Civil Litigation Attorney

Let’s be clear—Covid 19’s pandemic shutdown may affect your company’s ability to perform its contracts, but it’s no panacea for avoiding all your business obligations. Your contracts may contain variously worded “force majeure” clauses. That doesn’t mean you can ignore paying for services already received.

Here is a typical force majeure clause:

Force

The emergence of COVID-19 has changed the world as we once knew it; therefore, it should come as no surprise that the virus would impact employment law as well. California’s ever-changing employment laws will have employers scrambling to keep up in 2021! What are the reporting requirements if someone is exposed to COVID-19 at the workplace? What is the PPE

The emergence of COVID-19 has changed the world as we once knew it; therefore, it should come as no surprise that the virus would impact employment law as well. California’s ever-changing employment laws will have employers scrambling to keep up in 2021! The employment law attorneys at Schneiders & Associates are prepared to help! Below are some of the significant

There is no law that state that companies must have employee handbooks or how often an employee handbook should be updated. However, crafting an employee handbook and frequently reviewing and updating employee handbooks are good ideas once a company has more than two employees. In addition, employers may consider implementing an arbitration agreement within their employee handbook and obtain a

The IRS Commissioner, Charles “Chuck” Rettig, a former Los Angeles-based tax lawyer of 38-years, diligently made his rounds last year at virtually every major tax conference around the country. 

The message –  

            “I’m an enforcement guy, I’m a taxpayer service guy. I hope to touch every aspect of the tax service.”

he said to an audience of over

Existing law, commonly known as the “ABC” test and codified by AB 5, makes it more difficult for companies to classify workers as independent contractors rather than employees. The hiring entity has the burden of establishing that an individual is an independent contractor, not an employee, under the “ABC test.”

Under the existing “ABC” test, a worker will be deemed to be an

You found the perfect location for your business, retail store or office, and you are ready to sign the lease!  Unlike residential leases, which usually have a 1-year term, a commercial lease can be much longer, typically 5-10 years. Before signing a commercial lease, a business tenant should consider all the ways to get out of the lease should something

Attorney Chris Correa recently presented a COVID-19 employment law update to the members of the Ventura Chamber of Commerce. The discussion covered employment issues related to COVID-19, such as paid time off, getting employees back to work safely, workers’ compensation, and much more! If you missed this seminar, please click HERE to watch!
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