Posts Tagged: HR

Employment Law Changes for 2018 – Part One

Happy Almost New Year: Time to Examine Your Employment Processes for 2018   This is the first in a three-blog series with important information employers need to know about new laws, bills and policies.   Employers, have you examined your employment processes for 2018 yet? Start by asking yourself, is my recruitment and selection process… Read more »


5 Things Employers Need to Know About the California Sanctuary State Law

You’ve probably already heard that Gov. Jerry Brown signed landmark sanctuary state legislation into law recently, set to go into effect on January 1, 2018. California is home to an estimated 2.3 million unauthorized immigrants. Senate Bill 54 protects immigrants without legal residency in the U.S. How? By restricting when local law enforcement can help federal… Read more »


7 Ways Management Diminishes Employee Morale

Perhaps your employees are performing the minimum expected, but wouldn’t you prefer they took the initiative to go above and beyond?   By fostering a healthy employee morale, employers can get the most out of their team. Morale is the oil for a smoothly running machine and can have a profound effect on productivity, talent… Read more »


Does Your Company Have An Onboarding Plan?

  Companies tend to spend a lot of time perfecting their recruitment processes, from projecting an appealing corporate image as a great place to work to perfecting their interview techniques to weed out the posers from the true talent.   But what happens after an interviewee becomes an employee?   Finding the right talent is… Read more »


Employee classification: exempt or non-exempt?

Are your employees classified correctly according to the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA)? If not, your business may be subject to severe financial consequences, including hefty fines and payment of back wages. To ensure your employees are classified properly, keep reading to learn the difference between exempt and nonexempt employees.   Pay requirements for nonexempt… Read more »