Labor Commissioner's Office; Independent contractor versus employee In September of 2019, Governor Newsom signed Assembly Bill (AB) 5 into law. The new law addresses the “employment status” of workers when the hiring entity claims the worker is an independent contractor and not an employee.
State employees can access the current year's holiday schedule and state payroll calendars. 2022 Holiday Schedule - Excluded Employees (See Bargaining Unit Contract for represented employees.) Saturday, January 1, New Year’s Day*
Yes, with the rescission of Executive Order N-33-20, an out of state corporation may now be considered to be “doing business” in California, and may not be protected by Public Law 86-272, depending on the teleworking activities of the corporation’s employee.
Exempt from Orders (under "Professional" employee classification.) All Orders, Section 1, except Orders 14 and 15: Employees directly employed by the State or any political subdivision thereof, including any city, county or special district. Exempt from Orders, except Sections 1, 2, 4, 10 and 20
The State Controller's Government Compensation in California website provides information on employee pay and benefits for approximately 2 million positions at more than 5,000 public employers. Public employers annually report employee compensation to the State Controller's Office.
In-office service is available Monday-Friday, 8am-5pm, except for State holidays, by appointment with a two-business day advance notice and subject to COVID-19 prevention protocols. Please call (916) 323-3562 or email at CSMInfo@csm.ca.gov for an appointment.
Welcome to the Contractors State License Board. The Contractors State License Board(CSLB) protects California consumers by licensing and regulating the state's construction industry. CSLB was established in 1929 and today licenses about 290,000 contractors in 44 different classifications.
COVID-19 Financial Resources – State programs and assistance including food, eviction protection, and mortgage relief. Essential Needs – Includes food, health, housing, and other assistance. CalFresh – Provides monthly food assistance to people and families with low income, including those who lost their job because of the pandemic.
State of California. Approximately 1,530 employees work at DSH-Metropolitan providing around-the-clock care, including psychologists, psychiatrists, social workers, rehabilitation therapists, psychiatric technicians, registered nurses, psychiatric technicians, and other clinical and administrative staff.
The State Bar provides ethics resources for lawyers looking for specific guidelines and an Ethics Hotline for attorneys faced with an ethical dilemma. Find resources on ethics, classes, opinions and other information. State Bar Court. Not all complaints warrant an investigation or charges.