CSLBContractors State License Board
CSLBCalifornia State License Board (construction industry regulation)
CSLBCadastral Surveyors Licensing Board (New Zealand)
CSLBCoincidence-Site-Lattice Boundary
CSLBCasein-Soya-Lactose Broth (bacteria culturing)
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In this time alone, 24 CSLB witnesses have testified before Congress telling their small business stories and explaining how joint employer is hurting their businesses and employees.
So while you may wish to contest reclassification and tax liability issues with the EDD, you need to be aware of the licensing issues when advising your clients as the EDD could put them out of business by reporting them to CSLB if the tax liability is final and the business does not have an approved payment plan.
To help achieve that federal goal, the CSLB is also pushing state legislatures to enact laws that make clear that franchising is dependent on franchisees being responsible for employees in a franchise system.
This case is unique because of the company's prominence, its valid license--and the fact that the principals could be reached by CSLB.
1, 2017, SB 465 written by Senators Jerry Hill, D-San Mateo, and Loni Hancock, D-Oakland will require licensed contractors to report work-related felony convictions to the CSLB within 90 days.
Recently, a number of California builders, including Aquarius Pools, have formed a network to monitor and report any unlicensed activity to CSLB.
CSLB Co-chair and FASTSIGNS International franchisee Barbara Craigie expressed coalition members' views on the joint employer issue when she stated, "I am very concerned about losing control of the day-to-day operations of my business.
California Assembly member Mimi Waiters, a Republican, just introduced a bill that would do essentially the same thing--namely, abolish CSLB and put its duties under the auspices of the Department of Consumer Affairs.
Licensing and regulating some 280,000 contractors, the CSLB is made up of a cross section of California's population, including members of the public, contractors, labor representatives and consumer organizations.
As part of Older Californians Month and to follow up the operation, the CSLB will host a seminar from 1:30 to 3 p.
The CSLB is cracking down on the increasing number of unlicensed contractors.
If convicted, the unlicensed contractors each face a 4 six-month sentence in county jail or a $1,000 fine, said Stuart Rind, senior special investigator with the CSLB.