California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 135.2
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135.2. (a) If two or more business enterprises are united by
factors of control, operation, and use, the director may determine
that the business enterprises are one employing unit.
(1) Control of a business enterprise shall include, but not be
limited to, ownership of a majority interest in an organization,
ownership of the assets used to conduct the business enterprise of
the organization, security arrangements or lease arrangements
regarding the assets used to conduct the business enterprise of the
organization, or contract when the ownership, stated arrangements, or
contract provide for or allow operation of the business enterprise.
(2) Operation of the business enterprise, includes, but is not
limited to, management, personnel policies, operating procedures,
pricing, collections, and financing of the business enterprise.
(3) Control of two or more business enterprises shall be united if
the majority interest in, or control of, each organization is in one
individual, entity, association, or other organization.
(4) Unity of operation is evidenced by central financing,
accounting, and management of each business enterprise which
includes, but is not limited to, common management, personnel
policies, operating procedures, pricing, collections, and financing.
(5) The use of two or more business enterprises shall be united if
they share a general system of operation and the enterprises are
organized for common purposes, and each is coordinated with, or is a
part of, the entire operation.
(b) This section shall be subject to subdivision (e) of Section
982 and subdivision (d) of Section 1127.5.
Last modified: February 22, 2013