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Wage and Hour laws in California!

Wage and Hour laws are complicated. You have federal, state and city laws the rules that are most favorable to the employee is the rules that the company must follow.  What makes a little more difficult is the minimum wage might be higher at the local level, but the rule for employee classification of exempt… Read more »


I-9 Audits on the rise.

We are seeing a sharp uptick in I-9 audits. Fines resulting from I-9 audits have exploded in recent years, and employers should put a high priority on making sure their policies and paperwork are in compliance. Failure to be in compliance with form I-9 leads to fines. Employer need to develop a program that enables… Read more »

Posted on September 20, 2014 by Rick Rossignol

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Tips for Running HR

HUMAN RESOURCE TIPS As a business owner, you know your product, service, market, and customers. But sometimes one of the most challenging aspects of operating a business is employees. What keeps most employers up at night is employees. How do I keep them, how do I get them to perform, how do I terminate the… Read more »


Business Gets More Complicated!

Employers have to review their employment practices for 2015 and change some of there practices to be in compliance with the new laws taking effect in 2015. AB 2751, This bill prohibits an employer from discharging or in any manner discriminating, retaliating, or taking any adverse action against an employee because of the employee updates… Read more »

Posted on September 17, 2014 by Rick Rossignol


Employment Law changes for 2015

Employers have to review their employment practices for 2015 and change some of there practices to be in compliance with the new laws taking effect in 2015. AB 2751, This bill prohibits an employer from discharging or in any manner discriminating, retaliating, or taking any adverse action against an employee because of the employee updates… Read more »

Posted on September 14, 2014 by Rick Rossignol


California Employers must provide All employees PAID SICK Time

Life just got a little more complicated for employers! Employers have to provide Part-time and temporary workers up to three paid sick days a year. Beginning July 1, 2015, every employee, whether full time or part-time, who is employed in California for 90 days or more will be entitled to accrue paid sick leave at… Read more »

Posted on September 5, 2014 by Rick Rossignol


What Are The Records Employers Are Expected To Develop In The Course Of Employment?

The employer is the keeper of the record and failure to have accurate records puts the employer at risk. The employer needs to develop certain records to be in and keep them to be in compliance. In general, all records must be maintained for a minimum number of years. The time varies from document to… Read more »