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If you heard talk of tremors in the Bay Area recently, that wasn't the relatively benign 2.9 and 4.0’s that struck this morning (causing no reported injury). San Franciscans use 4.0 earthquakes to stir their coffee in the morning. No, the tremors you felt this morning are from the...
Hourly Rates For Certain Computer Software Employees, Licensed Physicians Increase; San Francisco Minimum Wage Rises To $10.24 Per Hour In 2012
California Labor Code § 515.5 exempts computer software professionals from the overtime pay requirements imposed by Labor Code § 510, provided they meet certain requirements. To qualify as exempt, these professionals must perform the functions enumerated in the statute and receive a...
Employers operating in SF - couple of things to note.First, a new poster! This one must be posted by employers with more than 20 employees who are covered by San Francisco's health care program. Under that program, employers must spend a certain amount per hour on health care...
Effective January 1, 2012, Employers Must Comply with Changes to San Francisco Health Care Ordinance
San Francisco’s Health Care Security Ordinance has been amended to require additional obligations for covered employers with workers in the City and County of San Francisco. The amendments will take effect January 1, 2012. The Ordinance requires many employers to spend a specified...
San Francisco’s Health Care Security Ordinance has been amended to require more of certain employers with workers in the City and County of San Francisco. The amendments will take effect January 1, 2012. Employers, particularly those using a health reimbursement account plan (HRA) or a health...