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Creating a Compensation Plan That Works for the Workplace

You have the business acumen, the capital, and the passion required to start your dream company. But you’ll need the right team to carry out your vision as well as the right compensation plan to pay them for their hard work. What is a compensation plan? In short, it determines employees’ pay, overtime policies, benefits,… Read more »

Posted on February 4, 2019 by Rick Rossignol



Preparing for the Worst by Putting Employees’ Safety First

Smart business owners will have a plan in place before a disaster strikes. But the wisest managers will also have backup plans for their backup plans in the event of a power outage, data breach, and countless other catastrophes. Last month, RTR Consulting shared the importance of workplace safety preparedness. But are your strategies thorough… Read more »


Don’t Wind Up on the Naughty List: Tips for Hosting Office Holiday Parties

It’s the most wonderful time of the year…unless you’re dreading your workplace’s annual holiday party. Perhaps one of your otherwise excellent employees had an embarrassing incident at last year’s soiree, or your business’s reputation was comprised some other way. RTR Consulting offers the following tips to help make your holiday or New Year’s party fun,… Read more »


Safety Preparedness in the Workplace

News headlines have made it clear that businesses and organizations across a variety of industries need to be on guard when it comes to workplace violence prevention. After the tragic shootings in San Bernardino, Thousand Oaks, and countless other cities, RTR Consulting encourages businesses to put a violence preparedness and response plan in place to… Read more »


New Sexual Harassment Training Laws – What You Can Do to Prepare Your Employees

Last month, we discussed a series of new sexual harassment laws that will soon go into effect, impacting businesses throughout California. With more attention being drawn to gender inequality, workplace sexism, and hostility in various working environments, it’s more important than ever for businesses to make their work spaces safe and open for employees. RTR… Read more »


‘Yes’ on Allowing Employees Time Off to Vote

While employers must allow their employees time off to participate in jury duty, companies have different rules about whether this time out of office is paid or not. Like jury duty, some of the details regarding employers’ expectations on Election Day can be murky. But murky or not, RTR Consulting wants employers to know they’re… Read more »


New Laws Coming into Play – What You Need to Know About Gender Quotas and Sexual Harassment

California Gov. Jerry Brown recently signed a series of Senate bills related to gender quotas in the workplace and sexual harassment. These new laws, which are coming on the heels of 2017’s #MeToo movement, may affect you and your employees. To help you stay in the know, RTR Consulting reveals some of the changes Senate… Read more »