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California Extends Deadline for New Harassment Prevention Training Law

California employers with five or more employees received a reprieve in complying with the new Harassment Training Law. The original bill, SB 1343, required that training be done by January 1, 2020, but under SB 778, signed in September 2019 by Governor Newsom, California employers have until January 1, 2021, to train employees on sexual harassment prevention—a one-year extension.

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  • 05 Dec

    Six Tips for Safe Holiday Celebrations

    Employer-hosted events to celebrate the holidays and thank employees for jobs well done often come with liability and other risks when the events include alcohol.

    "Impaired judgment and lowered inhibitions as a result of alcohol consumption give rise to a variety of dangers,... read more

  • 13 Nov

    How to respond to subpoenas

    CPA firms are often uncertain about whether or how to respond to a subpoena, as they also need to comply with a number of rules and regulations that are intended to protect client confidentiality. The following Q&A focuses on understanding the nature of subpoenas and how CPA firms can ... read more

  • 13 Nov

    The New 'Hosting Services' Interpretation

    Under the new "Hosting Services" ethics interpretation in the AICPA's Code of Professional Conduct (ET §1.295.143), effective July 1, 2019, CPA independence is impaired by taking responsibility for hosting a client's data or records. As such, if the only way that the client can access its... read more