Smart companies have been shifting focus from profits to people because they understand talent is the foundation for business success. By transforming the essential role of their human resource departments, CEOs can harness the capital of human creativity for financial gain. Many of the tedious administrative functions of the traditional HR department are being… Read more »
Employer Liability: Are You Protecting Your Business?
It seems employers are on the hook for just about everything these days. That’s because the law is inherently designed to protect the rights of workers over companies. Even if a member of your staff injured themselves or were the ones who caused harm to a coworker or customer, your money and reputation are still… Read more »
A Manager’s Guide to Dealing With Difficult Employees
No matter the profession, managers inevitably will have to deal with the dreaded difficult employee. Whether that employee is the lone wolf, negative Nancy, or underachiever, uncooperative employees with bad attitudes can infect workplace morale and compromise productivity. Hoping for the best and ignoring the problem is not a solution- it can only exacerbate the… Read more »
Audit your HR and Payroll
Greetings from RTR Consulting: We know protecting your business from HR compliance risks is a high priority for you. Ignorance and blatant violation of workplace regulations could cost your business hundreds of thousands of dollars. As today’s workers become increasingly litigious and the list of legislative compliance issues gets even longer, the risk of getting… Read more »
Employment Law Changes in 2017 CA
Bill Main Topic Summary Effective Date SB 1342 Agency Enforcement To enforce local laws or ordinances, including local wage laws, the city or county can delegate authority to a county or city official or a department head to issue subpoenas and report a failure to comply with subpoenas to a state court judge. 1/1/2017 AB… Read more »
Governor Brown signed three employment-related bills.
AB 1066 by Assemblymember Lorena Gonzalez (D-San Diego) – Agricultural workers: wages, hours, and working conditions Existing law sets wage, hour, meal break requirements, and other working conditions for employees and requires an employer to pay overtime wages as specified to an employee who works in excess of a workday or workweek, as defined, and… Read more »
Are Your Paystubs Correct?
Common mistakes failing to provide the correct full legal name of the employer, Not providing the employer’s address, not listing the beginning and the end of the pay period, not providing the total hours worked, regular and overtime. The penalty for failure to follow California Labor Code 226, failure carries a civil penalty of $50… Read more »
EQUAL PAY EQUAL PAY DAY
California took a major step Tuesday toward closing the lingering wage gap between men and women, as Gov. Jerry Brown signed one of the toughest pay equity laws in the nation. Women in California who work full time are paid substantially less — a median 84 cents for every dollar — than men, according to… Read more »