The California Department of Insurance has approved special rules proposed by the Workers’ Compensation Insurance Rating Bureau (WCIRB) to provide some relief to employers during the COVID-19 pandemic. The new rules will allow employers to temporarily reassign the payroll of qualified employees to 8810 Clerical and exclude the payroll for employees who are on paid leave during the Shelter In Place order. Documentation will be important; below is a brief overview of the documentation that will be required.
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Update: On August 30, 2019 Governor Newsom has signed new legislation into law (SB778) that extends the anti-harassment training deadline from January 1, 2020 to January 1, 2021.
On September 30, 2018 California passed SB1343, greatly expanding the requirement that employers provide harassment prevention training to employees. Employers with five or more employees must provide harassment prevention training as follows:
Our very own Bruce Okrepkie was voted the "Best Business Community Leader" in North Bay biz magazine's annual readers poll. Take a look at some of the great things he's doing at our agency and for the community at large:
We're honored to be voted the "Best Insurance Brokerage" for the third year in North Bay biz magazine's annual readers poll. We take pride in serving our clients and it's an honor to receive this distinction from the community.
You can read the full write-up here:
Jeff Okrepkie of our Santa Rosa office was recently named ot the North Bay Business Journal's 2015 Forty under 40 list for top professionals in the North Bay. As described in the press release: “These are the latest in a new generation of rising North Bay business and community leaders,” said Business Journal Publisher Brad Bollinger. “They are stars in their organizations and they are stars in the community.
Benefits Specialist Michael Parr was interviewed recently by the North Bay Business Journal on his thoughts regarding the difficulties employers of 100+ individuals are facing with the requirements of the Affordable Care Act. Click here to read his comments.