Human Resources


WELCOME TO THE NEW ERA OF HUMAN RESOURCES

THE FUNCTION OF HUMAN RESOURCES DEPARTMENTS HAS REMAINED THE SAME FOR OVER 100 YEARS. THAT’S ALL ABOUT TO CHANGE. Really! I started out in HR in 1987, The HR world has changed dramatically. The only real constant is change! HR functions that are administrative are usually  a result of the company not valuing HR. Employer… Read more »




The IRS has finalized the 1095C

The IRS is using the 1095C to ensure compliance with the affordable care act. They have finalized the form for 2015 reporting. Employers will have to complete the 1095C in 2016. Employers with 100 (50+ in 2016) and more employees are required to file these reports by February 2016 for 2015. The new reports are… Read more »


Minimum Wages

Minimum wages vary from state to state. There is a trend that cities within the states are passing their own minimum wages. Roughly 35 different locations have higher minimum wages than the Federal rate of $7.25. California not only has a state rate but different cities have passed minimum wages rates above the state rate…. Read more »


3 Tips for Managing Employee Records

The employer is the keeper of the record, and needs to keep records required by the different laws. The first thing to do is determine what records you need to have. 1. Determine which records you need to maintain. Employers may be required to keep certain types of records, such as payroll records and tax… Read more »


City Ordinances changing minimum wage in California!

California ranks 4th in the US, for minimum wage laws. However, four city ordinances have increased minimum wages in there city. Employers have to make sure they are in compliance with the minimum wages and benefits required by the city. In San Francisco, the City will gradually raise its minimum wage from its current rate… Read more »

Posted on November 12, 2014 by Rick Rossignol