California’s AB-5 is creating complicated questions and challenges  for businesses like yours.   

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California’s AB-5 is making it significantly more complex to classify contractors – meaning you’ll be required to undertake benefits like overtime, unemployment insurance, worker’s compensation, health care and other costs on behalf of this newly classified workforce. Download the guide to learn how AB5 will directly affect you, and what next steps you can take.

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Ab5 will affect how your business operates

California’s AB-5 is making it significantly more complex to classify contractors – meaning you’ll be required to undertake benefits like overtime, unemployment insurance, worker’s compensation, health care and other costs on behalf of this newly classified workforce. Download the guide to learn how AB5 will directly affect you, and what next steps you can take.

AB5 Regulations go into effect January 1st, 2020

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JISEKI's Benefits experts can help

We’re here to help you navigate the required changes so you and your business can successfully overcome the multi-faceted challenges caused by AB5—and to help you avoid costly penalties.

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Benefits that satisfy

Offering benefits doesn’t mean it needs to cost your business premium marketplace prices. Our team can help you achieve maximum savings through our multi-tiered MEC based plans, and satisfy the Employer Mandate – all while you continue to focus on day-to-day business operations.

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Various state authorities including the California Employment Development Department, the Division of Labor Standards, the Franchise Tax Board, and the Labor and Workforce Development Agency have absolute authority on determining worker misclassifications. AB5 empowers the attorney general, large law firms, and local prosecutors to seek out and sue companies over these violations. Each taxing authority, including the IRS, will assess their own fines and penalties – per violation.

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Disclaimer:

Minimum Essential Coverage (MEC) is the coverage that an individual must maintain to meet the individual responsibility requirement, should not be confused with minimum value (MV), a measure of a plan’s comprehensiveness. These MEC plans are PPACA compliant.

These benefits and rates are illustrative and are not a guarantee of coverage or costs. Actual benefits and rates will be underwritten based on the employee/dependent data submitted. Please refer to carrier and administrator documents for exact specification.

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