Staff Spotlight – Katie Hudman
Katie Hudman joined Employers Council in 2004 as an attorney. Throughout her years here, she has undertaken many responsibilities including staff attorney and Training Director. Her passion is prevention: preventing members from being sued. To that end, she has spent much of her career training leaders and HR professionals at member companies on effective employee... Read more »
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IRS Releases 2020 Form W-4
The IRS has released the long-awaited 2020 Form W-4, the Employees Withholding Certificate. The form was previously titled Employees Withholding Allowances Certificate; the new name reflects that there are no longer allowances. As referenced in this article, the changes are intended to make the form less complicated and to comply with the new tax laws.... Read more »
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California Appeals Court Rules Termination was not Discriminatory
In Esson v. Stanford Hosp. & Clinics (Cal. Ct. App., 2019), the court found that an at-will senior IT program manager for Stanford Hospital and Clinics may not proceed with her claim that she was fired because of her age. It found that she was fired for performance issues like not completing important projects timely... Read more »
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