Posts Tagged: California employment law

CDC Guidelines If An Employee Tests Positive or is at Risk for COVID-19

If an employee at your business tests positive for COVID-19, there are a number of procedures advised by the CDC to follow in order to ensure that your employees, including those infected, are safe. These measures may vary in complexity depending on your specific type of business, which is why it is also advised to… Read more »


Expert Tips for Firing an Employee

As a business owner, chances are you’ll find yourself in the situation in which you need to fire an employee. It’s understandable that firing an employee can be an uncomfortable experience, not only for the employee being fired, but for the person informing that employee that they will be let go. Although it’s not something… Read more »



Making the Most of an Employee Satisfaction Survey

Most businesses have some form of an employee satisfaction survey that they provide to their staff annually, and if you don’t, you may want to consider creating one. These surveys allow the people who work for you to provide valuable input, and with questions that are structured correctly, can really help to make some amazing… Read more »


Embracing the Idea of Leading By Example

We all know that saying “lead by example”; it’s a phrase that has been said by famous members of society in speeches, books, podcasts, and everyday conversation. But how does one actually start on the path of leading by example? The answer simply put: by taking ownership in your position as the head of your… Read more »


The Importance of Attracting and Retaining Talented Professionals

Attracting good, quality, talented professionals that your business needs and wants can be a difficult task for many businesses. Hiring managers and business executives may find retaining these employees in the long term even more daunting. These facts raise the question; why are highly talented employees so hard to find, hire, and retain? Fortunately, there… Read more »



Steps to Take During the New Hire Process

Onboarding processes are usually designed to help new employees quickly understand the company mission, values, and goals. New hires that align with these aspects of a company generally have a very collaborative approach to work and have an easier time reaching success. Overall employee success, especially while working in small teams, can be correlated to… Read more »