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California’s minimum wage will increase on January 1, 2020 to $13 per hour for employers with 26 or more employees and $12 for employers with 25 or fewer employees. California is the first state in the nation to commit to raising the minimum wage to $15 per hour statewide by 2022 for large businesses, and...
27 December 2019 - 7:02, by , in ask asha, business, contracts, No comments
Pay close attention to the contract terms, the dispute venue, and whether or not arbitration is required.
23 December 2019 - 6:58, by , in ask asha, business, contracts, 2 comments
Contracts are extremely important and it is imperative that you know and understand the terms of any contract that is drafted on your behalf and any contract you're asked to sign.
Do you set goals for your business? And does that look different from how you set goals for yourself? Let's discuss.
Effective January 1, 2020, Oakland’s Minimum Wage rate will increase to $14.14 from $13.80 per hour. The minimum wage must be paid to employees who perform at least 2 hours of work in a particular workweek within Oakland, including part-time, temporary, and seasonal employees. #SmallBusinesses are you ready? For more information check out the City...
Sometimes the task at hand can feel extremely overwhelming, and if you’re anything like me, being overwhelmed can sometimes lead to paralysis. Fortunately, over the past few years I’ve developed a strategy for moving past paralysis in into action. The first thing to do is to think clearly about your end goal. Once you know...
Choosing between running your business as a sole proprietorship, an LLC, or a corporation can be confusing and there isn’t necessarily a right answer. It really just depends on what your goals are: limiting liability, receiving major investments, making tax payments simple, etc., and then choosing the structure that best meets your needs. So, let’s...
The holiday season is upon us again. The holidays are not only a time for families to come together, but people love to celebrate in the workplace as well. Since many holidays are religious-based, it’s important to know what your employee’s rights are when it comes to celebrating at work. Employer Responsibilities During the Holidays:...
Yes, there are differences between employment agreements and contracts and it’s important to know what you’re getting yourself into with either one. The main difference between the two is that employment agreements reflect an at-will employment relationship; meaning the employer can fire the worker for any reason or no reason at all, as long as...
If you are a restaurant owner or manager, you know just how challenging managing your employees can be.  There seem to be over a million laws to follow on top of hiring workers that may be with you for 2 year or a mere 2 days. In large part, restaurants and bars are easy targets for...