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Permanent Hiring in IT Expected to Remain Steady in the Back Half of 2013…

July 24th, 2013

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July 18, 2013 – IT workers can expect a stable employment environment over the next six months along with an upswing in temporary jobs. In CareerBuilder and Sologig.com’s latest national survey, employers indicated that full-time…CLICK HERE to read the complete article.

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A Multi-Million Dollar Lesson About Violating Non-Compete Agreements

July 24th, 2013

tlnt.com  By Gregory D. Hanscom

A recent ruling entered in Pennsylvania state court is a stark reminder to employers and employees about the dangers associated with violating post-employment….CLICK HERE to read the complete article.

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We made San Diego Business Journal’s TOP TEMPORARY PLACEMENT AGENCIES for 2013!

July 23rd, 2013

SDI Staffing is happy to announce that
we were ranked in the San Diego Business Journal’s
Top Temporary Placement Agencies for 2013! 

CLICK HERE to see the complete list of companies.

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Looking for a job in the Los Angeles or Orange County area?

July 19th, 2013

hot jobs1SDI Staffing is recruiting for 3 insurance positions in the Los Angeles and Orange County areas.

  1. PERSONAL LINES ACCOUNT MANAGER in the West Los Angeles area. The ideal candidate will have independent agency experience and a desire to provide superior customers service.  CLICK HERE to view this job posting.
  2. EMPLOYEE BENEFITS ACCOUNT MANAGER in the South Bay Los Angeles/Rolling Hills area.  Our client is seeking an Account Manager to assist clients with individual and large group benefits.  CLICK HERE to view this job posting.
  3. WORKERS’ COMPENSATION CLAIMS EXAMINER in Orange County. Our client is looking for an adjuster with 4+ years experience and good job stability to fill their job opening on a direct hire basis.  CLICK HERE to view this job posting.

Qualified & Interested? Click here to submit your resume.

Not qualified, but know of someone who is? Click here to email them about SDI Staffing.

Want to see our other jobs? Click here.

 

RSVP now for CAHU’s 2013 Health Care Summit!

July 17th, 2013

final_logo_editableCalifornia Association of Health Underwriters Health Care Summit – October 23-24, 2013

The purpose of the Health Care Summit is to provide a progress update for licensed insurance agents and discuss their role with Covered California.

Key Agenda Topics:  Agent Certification Timeline, General Agents, Key Policy Decisions and Open Q&A.

To review the complete agenda, go to http://events.r20.constantcontact.com/register/event?oeidk=a07e7na7cto4d66815f&llr=rgcub5cab.

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If you are unable to attend this event in person, you can sign up for the WEBINAR hosted by Michael Lujan, Director of Sales & Marketing.  On the 90 minute call, Covered California will take questions and encourage agents send questions in advance to SHOP@covered.ca.gov.  (Covered California has an expanded capacity (up to 5,000) for this webinar which will also be recorded and posted on the Covered California web site — www.coveredca.com.)

WEBINAR REGISTRATION:  Click Here

Unemployment Insurance: Quitting/Firing, Not Automatic Disqualification

July 12th, 2013

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Why do my employees always win their unemployment insurance claims against me, even when they were the ones who quit or when I fire them for poor performance that is clearly documented?

CLICK HERE for to read the rest of this article by Ellen Savage, HR Adviser. Labor Law Corner, CA Chamber of Commerce

Which Employers Must Pay the New ‘PCORI’ Fee Due July 31?

July 10th, 2013

july31Which Employers Must Pay the New ‘PCORI’ Fee Due July 31?

Some employers face a July 31 deadline to pay a new fee required under the Affordable Care Act. The fee must be paid by employers who sponsor self-insured health plans, including health reimbursement arrangements and flexible spending arrangements. The new requirement may take some employers by surprise — and, of course, there are penalties for failing to comply.  This article explains what the federal government will use the money for and which employers must pay it.  CLICK HERE to read the rest of the article by AMCheck.com.

2 Direct Hire Jobs: Commercial Loan Doc Specialist & Personal Lines CSR

July 10th, 2013

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Below are the jobs we’ve selected to highlight this month.

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LOAN DOCUMENTATION SPECIALIST – COMMERCIAL LOANS – DIRECT HIRE
Job ID # 436N

Do you have experience as a Commercial Loan Documentation Specialist?  Are you driving from the Inland Empire to Orange County or into Los Angeles?  If so, are you ready to make a career move?  It’s time to work closer to home and stop spending so much time commuting!

This Inland Empire Bank is looking for Commercial Loan Documentation Specialist.  Position pays $38-48K, depending on experience.  If you have loan documentation experience with commercial loans this might be the career change you have been waiting for.  Laser Pro is preferred, but not required.  The ideal candidate will have recent experience with Commercial and Consumer Loan Documentation.

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EXPERIENCED PERSONAL LINES CSR – DIRECT HIRE
Job ID # 436C

Well established independent agency in West Los Angeles is seeking an experienced Personal Lines CSR on a direct hire basis. Ideal candidate will have a current CA P&C license and minimum of 4 years independent agency experience.  Proficiency with FSC rater & HawkSoft is a big plus.  Must have excellent communication skills, adept in carrier guidelines and possess strong personal lines coverage knowledge.   Duties will include: policy changes, billing inquiries, renewal reviews, cross selling/account rounding, evidence of insurance and superior overall customer service.  Compensation is dependent on experience.

Labor Forecast Predicts 6.4% Increase in Demand for Temporary Workers

July 10th, 2013

increase Labor Forecast Predicts 6.4% Increase in Demand for Temporary Workers

Demand for temporary workers in the United States is expected to increase 6.4% on a seasonally adjusted basis for the 2013 3rd quarter, when compared with the same period in 2012, according to the Palmer Forecast™, released today.

The Palmer Forecast™ indicated a 5.9% increase in temporary help for the just-ended 2013 second quarter. Actual results came in slightly better than anticipated, at a 6.9% increase. Results, in part, reflected increasing uncertainty in the economy, where temp help created approximately 13.0% of new jobs reported since the recovery began, while representing only about 2.0% of the total labor market.

To read the rest of this article from G. Palmer and Associates, CLICK HERE.

G. Palmer and Associates News Release (07/10/13)

I have to let my employee take off of work for what?!

July 9th, 2013

A brief reminder of California’s small necessities leave laws.
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We all know California is a pretty employee-friendly state. Employers are regularly and rightfully bewildered when it comes to knowing the ins-and-outs of California’s laws, especially when it comes to some of the more obscure requirements allowing them to miss work. Well, we’re here to help… CLICK HERE to read the rest of this article by Seyfarth Shaw LLPC, Coby M. Turner, Rachel L. Gradstein and Kamran Mirrafati , lexology.com.



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