New Payroll Laws 2023

New Payroll Laws 2023

With a new year comes changes to payroll laws. Thankfully, the experts here at Primary Payroll want to lend you a helping hand. Here are some of the new payroll laws 2023 has in store.

SB 1126

If an eligible employer does not sponsor or participate in a retirement plan, they are now required to offer a payroll deposit retirement savings arrangement to allow eligible employees to participate in CalSavers.

AB 1949

Employees who have been employed for at least 30 days may take five days of bereavement leave for a family member, defined as:

  • A spouse
  • Domestic partner
  • Child
  • Parent
  • Parent-in-law
  • Sibling
  • Grandparent
  • Grandchild

AB 1041

Under the California Family Rights Act (CFRA) and California’s Healthy Workplaces Healthy Families Act (HWHFA), this bill expands on the categories of individuals for whom an employee may take leave to care.

SB 1162

Private employers with 100 or more employees are now required to submit a pay data report to the Civil Rights Department annually on or before the second Wednesday of May, beginning May 10, 2023.

Minimum Wage Increases

The California state minimum wage will increase to $15.50 for all employers, regardless of employee headcount. This also means that as of Jan. 1, 2023, exempt employees in California must be paid a minimum annual salary of $64,480.

Why Choose Primary Payroll Services

Primary Payroll Services is a smaller company, which means we have the luxury of dedicating ourselves wholly to our clientele rather than getting lost in the shuffle with the larger corporations. At Primary Payroll Services, you will always receive our highest levels of customer service.

Let our payroll experts at Primary Payroll Services assist you with selecting the right payroll services for your business needs. Call us at 562-595-0066 or request a free quote online.

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