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You've designated specific job roles and responsibilities, but have you taken the time to classify your employees?
If you're a business owner or human resource manager, this is one step you can't afford to miss. Classifying your employees can help you meet stringent federal, state, and local requirements used to determine benefit plan eligibility and compensation payments.
The recent power outages from PG&E have affected our California operating hours. If our business is closed due to an electrical outage, will we still need to pay our employees?
The answer depends on several factors.
Do we have to accommodate a service animal if we have employees that are allergic?
The answer is, “Yes”.
California is recognized as the first state to pass a law that prohibits employers and schools from discriminating against individuals based on their choice of hairstyles. Called The CROWN Act, which stands for “Create a Respectful and Open Workplace for Natural Hair,” was voted into law by a majority vote.
May is Mental Health Awareness Month, so it’s a great time to open up the dialogue with your employees about this once taboo topic.
Every year in May, the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) promotes mental and physical well-being with “Mental Health Awareness Month”. It’s an opportune time for people to evaluate where they are in terms of their own lives, and seek help if they need it. It’s also a sound reminder that the person that sits at the desk across from you at work could be dealing with some pretty serious mental illness problems in secret.
Relationships can and do happen in the workplace. It’s not surprising, given working adults spend much of their lives at work. A study conducted by the Society for Human Resource Management revealed that one in three workers have been involved in a relationship with a co-worker before.
National Women’s History Month is an annual designation observed in March. During this month, we are all encouraged to honor the women who came before us and fought for equality among all races and genders. We asked our employees to share with us the women, past/present and famous/not famous, who inspire them. Lizeth Elizondo, our Insurance Account Manager, chose Dolores Huerta – Co-founder of the United Farm Workers Union.
Leading an inclusive office is about more than hiring individuals with diverse backgrounds, cultures, and lifestyles.
January 01, 2018, California joined the ranks of a select few states that legalized recreational cannabis. I recall wondering what this meant for the average consumer and remember asking frie
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