January 2020
Stay Current Newsletter

Legislative and judicial activities during the week of December 16, 2019 produced significant developments with the Affordable Care Act (ACA). On December 18, the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit issued a ruling in Texas v. United States finding the ACA's individual mandate to be unconstitutional, and on December 19, Congress passed a spending bill that contains the full repeal of three ACA taxes. Click here to read the full article.

Upon hire, many employers have a defined period of time where the employee is able to learn how to perform the job on a regular basis. The terms "introductory period" or "probationary period" may be used. What's the difference between these terms, and how should a California employer classify this period?

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2019 was a busy year for the California legislature. Join us on January 29 as we recap what you need to know as a California employer. Alden Parker, Regional Managing Partner - Fisher Phillips, will speak to the most important changes that will impact almost every company, regardless of size, throughout the state.

Registration will fill up fast. Click here to reserve your seat today. 

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