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Harassment in the workplace, whether it be sexual or just plain bullying, is all too common in the workplace, at workplace functions, and after hours if co-workers are mixing and mingling after work. Consequently, both employers and employees would be well advised to learn how to handle such situations. Both employees and employers should be aware that the employer can be held liable for harassment that occurs at work functions like Christmas parties, conferences, lunches, and even after hours if your employees go out for drinks. Practical steps employers should take to prevent and [...]
Tags: harassment, hostile work environment, sexual harassment
Posted In: Employment Law News
Is your business having trouble trying to collect on its accounts? Most, if not all, are as more and more individuals and businesses are facing the very real possibility of declaring bankruptcy. This post seeks to explain what happens if one of your clients, or customers, remits a payment to you and shortly thereafter declares bankruptcy.
if you, or your [...]
On February 20, 2009, Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger signed legislation creating tax credits for film and television productions. These tax credits will be administered by the California Film Commission, which will begin accepting applications on July 1, 2009 at 9:00 a.m.
To be considered for the first day's allocation, applications must be received [...]
Beginning January 1, 2009, California employers with less than 20 employees may be able to take advantage of a $3000 Jobs Tax Credit for each new full time employee hired if the eligibility requirements discussed below are met. The jobs tax credit can be claimed on a 2009 personal or business tax return, and is $3000 for each additional full-time employee hired. An employer will not qualify for the credit unless there is a [...]
If your California LLC engages in business both in the state of California, and outside the state, it is probably entitled to a partial refund on its previously paid Annual Gross Income Tax.
Back in March of 2007, I advised you on how your limited liability company (LLC) should file a Protective Refund Claim for the years 2003 to 2007. I advised all California LLCs who engaged in interstate sales to send a letter signed by a managing member to the Franchise Tax Board (FTB) via confirmed fax to 916-845-9796, or registered mail (FTB, P.O. Box 942867, Sacramento, CA 94267-8888), with the following [...]
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