Worker’s compensation insurance is a legal necessity for most employers in California. The purpose of worker’s comp insurance is to provide a safety net for workers if they are injured on the job. There is no cost to workers to file a claim and the insurance must be provided and paid for by the employer.
Under California law, employers must have worker’s compensation insurance policies in place to cover their employees. The state also allows certain employers to self-insure. This is called a Self-Insurance Program (“SIP”). Which Employers Can Self-Insure? California has specific guidelines in place that determine whether an employer can self-insure. First, employers who want to self-insure must…
In California, a law exists to help regulate competition between different types of businesses: the California Unfair Competition Law (UCL). One of the main objectives of the UCL is to reduce the amount of false advertising that takes place in certain industries.
Defining Unfair Competition in California
When was the last time your company offered management and/or employee training programs? It’s well known that these informative programs have both practical and legal significance for your business. When run correctly, these programs are vital, as they should be specific to addressing the needs of your business and its organizational mission.