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ObamaCare Penalties Start on July 1 – Are You Prepared?

Important: Beginning July 1, 2017, the IRS will begin penalizing employers who reimburse their employees’ purchase of individual health insurance policies. If an employer continues to reimburse employees for purchasing health insurance on their own, that practice could garner penalties of $100 per employee per day, up to $500,000. Discover your options today. Our health …

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Visible Tattoos, Other Dress Code Issues Arise in Warmer Weather

We have a strict no visible tattoos policy as we work with a very conservative population. We hired a new employee recently, and when he reported to work today, he was wearing the company-mandated short-sleeved shirt revealing heavil y tattooed lower arms. Can we rescind our offer of employment? Tattoos do not typically fall within …

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What Contractors Need to Know About Mobile Web Design

  It’s not uncommon for businesses to want to know how to market their website in a more effective way. Mobile marketing is one of those ways, but some webmasters are putting the cart before the horse. Mobile Optimization Your website must be mobile friendly to reach your target—no matter who they are. Having a …

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Real World Tips on How To Manage Risk with Subcontractors

Subcontractor risk management is unique because of their place in the construction money chain. Contracts are the primary way risks get managed in construction. For subcontractors, the risks often flow down to them. If they aren’t careful about the risk they take on, they can get overwhelmed very quickly. That’s why subcontractor risk management is …

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Report: California Employers Pay Highest Workers’ Comp Costs in Nation

​(November 18, 2016) The biennial study by the Department of Business and Consumer Services has confirmed that California employers pay the highest workers’ compensation costs in the nation — by a wide margin. California has consistently ranked among the most expensive states in this workers’ compensation rate study for more than a decade; however, California …

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