CSLB Press Release-CSLB Authorized to Discipline Contractors Who Fail to Report New Employees

CSLB Authorized to Discipline Contractors Who Fail to Report New Employees Contractors Must Report New Employees to EDD within 20 Days   SACRAMENTO – Contractors should be aware that employee reporting laws have been strengthened by the passage of Assembly Bill 1794[1]. In addition to the current 20-day reporting requirement, the new law, effective January 1, 2013, authorizes the Employment Development...

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6 ways journalists can use press releases effectively – Poynter

When Steve Penn announced earlier this month that he’s suing the Kansas City Star[1], the news sparked an interesting discussion about journalists’ use of press releases and whether it’s OK to use them verbatim, without attribution. Penn was fired from the Star[2] last July after editors found that he had lifted material from press releases several times dating back to...

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FDIC Selects 14 Companies in Tech Sprint to Modernize Bank Financial Reporting

The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) today announced the selection of 14 technology companies to compete in the next phase of the agency’s Rapid Prototyping Competition[1], a tech sprint designed to develop an innovative new approach to financial reporting, particularly for community banks. The FDIC has awarded initial contracts to the following companies: Accenture Federal Services, LLC ACTUS Financial Research...

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