San Francisco Employer Annual Report Due April 30

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The San Francisco Office of Labor Standards Enforcement requires their Annual Employer Report to be filed by Monday, April 30, 2018. This Plexus Benefits News Alert answers some FAQs regarding these regulations:

Q: Which firms have to file the Annual Employer Report?

A: Employers covered by San Francisco’s Health Care Security Ordinance or Fair Chance Ordinance are subject to the annual reporting requirement.

Generally, this means that employers of 20+ employees with at least one employee within the city or county of San Francisco are covered.

Additionally, employers who are contractors, subcontractors, or leaseholders of the city of San Francisco are covered.

Q: When is the deadline?

A: Covered employers must file the San Francisco 2017 Employer Annual Report by Monday, April 30.

Q: What penalties are possible for missing the deadline?

A: The penalty for not filing in a timely fashion is up to $500 per quarter.

Q: What other requirements do employers face under San Francisco law?

A: In addition to the annual report, there are several other requirements under San Francisco law for covered employers, including but not limited to:

→ Mandatory paid parental leave.

→ Paid sick leave.

→ Posting employee notifications.

→ Keeping specific records in-house.

Therefore, if your clients have at least one employee within the city or county of San Francisco, please inquire as to whether these laws apply to their businesses.

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