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IIAB San Diego’s Annual Celebrity Waiters Holiday Party for Charity

December 10th, 2018
We had a great time at IIAB San Diego‘s 28th Annual Celebrity Waiters Holiday Party for Charity! Here are a few pictures from the event! #holidays #charities #eventing #sdistaffing 

Job Seekers Are Now in the Driver’s Seat and Expect Next-Gen Recruiting and New Hire Experiences, Survey Finds

October 30th, 2018

 

Low unemployment and high demand for talent is feeding a recruiting environment where job seekers and new employees are in control.

 

Today, Careerbuilder and Silkroad released the results of a new…CLICK HERE TO CONTINUE READING.

 

SDI Staffing was presented the Recognition of Service Award!

June 1st, 2018

SDI Staffin’gs Julie Brown was nominated by the Office Professional Training Program of Grossmont College and awarded the Recognition of Service Award for 20+ years of dedication to the program.  The ceremony was held by Grossmont’s Career Technical Education & Workforce Development program.

IIAB San Diego’s 2018 I-Day

May 17th, 2018

We attended IIAB San Diego‘s I-Day and had a great time!  Thank you to everyone who stopped by our booth.  Below are a few photos from the day.  To see all our photos, go to our Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/sdistaffing/.

#sdistaffing #idaysd2018 #iiabsandiego

Pay will rise soon for 50,000 Wells Fargo workers, CEO says

March 28th, 2018

Wells Fargo plans to raise the pay for some of its lower-paid workers next month, in a move that would boost compensation for about 50,000 employees, CEO Tim Sloan told the Observer.

To read the complete article go to http://www.charlotteobserver.com/news/business/banking/article207010029.html.

Talent Retention Difficult for a Digital Leading Company

March 28th, 2018

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A company’s reputation as a digital leader greatly impacts their ability to attract and retain talent, Randstad US study finds.

Read the complete article online at:
https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/a-companys-reputation-as-a-digital-leader-greatly-impacts-their-ability-to-attract-and-retain-talent-randstad-us-study-finds-300619937.html.

Court Reiterates That Employers Need Not Police Meal Periods

March 28th, 2018

CA Court of Appeal judged that an employer satisfied its duty to provide meal periods, and was not required to police employee’s meal period violations.

CLICK HERE to read the complete article.

 

 

 

FREE Job Seeker Webinar: Job Search Mistakes Even Smart People Make

March 22nd, 2018

Job Search Mistakes Even Smart People Make. Re-THINK and Get Results!

Wednesday, March 28th @ 2:00 pm EST (11:00 am PST)

We are going to break it down, so you can see the Job Search Mistakes being made and more importantly how to turn these mistakes around, so you can get results.  Come ready to learn! This webinar is designed for smart people who are ready to get back to work.  I have helped place thousands of people get hired for jobs they love, and I want to assist you, so you too can land your dream job.

Here is a sneak peak of the mistakes we are going to Re-THINK:

  • Disempowered Thinking
  • Online Resume Submittal
  • Ineffective Networking
  • Low Self-Confidence
  • Not Being Clear
  • Lack of Preparation for Interviews
  • Not Fully Communicating Your Value
  • Lack of Commitment to Job Search Activity
  • Fear of Follow Up
  • Not Having Support

This will give you the confidence you need to get your job search into “high gear”. Say GOODBYE to these mistakes and let’s get you back to work!

  1. Go to www.proactivecareersearch.com to register.
  2. Click on the WEBINAR tab
  3. Click on the EVENT & REGISTER

 

How will California’s 2018 laws affect you?

January 5th, 2018
California 2018 Minimum Wage

California employers must comply with the state’s minimum salary requirement for Administrative Exempt (salaried) employees.  In California, Administrative Exempt employees must earn a monthly salary of no less than two times the state minimum wage for full-time employment.

Administrative Exempt Employee Salary Requirement
(Employers with 26 or more employees)

This does not apply to Executive Exempt, Professional Exempt, Computer Exempt or Outside Sales Exempt employees.

  • As of January 1, 2018:  CA minimum wage = $11.00 per hour 
    San Diego’s minimum wage = $11.50 per hour
  • 40 hours per week:  Full-time employee works 40 hours in a week
  • 52 weeks per year:  Full-time employee works 52 weeks in a year
  • 2,080 hours per year:  Full-time employee works 2,080 hours in a year (40 hours x 52 weeks = 2,080)
  • $45,760 per year minimum:  Minimum annual salary for a full-time, administrative exempt employee ($11.00 x 2= $22.00 x 2,080 = $45,760)
  • $3,813.33 per month minimum:  Minimum monthly salary for a full-time, administrative exempt employee ($45,760 ÷ 12= $3,813.33)

Administrative Exempt Employee Salary Requirement
(Employers with 25 or less employees)

This does not apply to Executive Exempt, Professional Exempt, Computer Exempt or Outside Sales Exempt employees.

  • As of January 1, 2018:  CA minimum wage = $10.50 per hour 
    San Diego’s minimum wage = $11.00 per hour
  • 40 hours per week:  Full-time employee works 40 hours in a week
  • 52 weeks per year:  Full-time employee works 52 weeks in a year
  • 2,080 hours per year:  Full-time employee works 2,080 hours in a year (40 hours x 52 weeks = 2,080)
  • $43,680 per year minimum:  Minimum annual salary for a full-time, administrative exempt employee ($10.50 x 2= $21.00 x 2,080 = $43,680)
  • $3,640 per month minimum:  Minimum monthly salary for a full-time, administrative exempt employee ($43,680 ÷ 12= $3,640)
Local Minimum Wage

Employers must comply with both state and federal minimum wage laws. Whichever law gives employees a higher wage rate governs.  But, to make it even more complicated, a local entity (a city or a county) may also enact a minimum wage rate that is higher than the state or federal minimum. Therefore, employers must know the federal, state, and local minimum wage rates—and choose whichever one gives the employees more.

Example
The City of San Diego’s minimum wage is $11.50, and will remain so until January 1, 2019. Since San Diego has a higher wage rate than California’s rate of $10.50  (or $11.00, depending on the amount of employees; see above) and the federal rate of $7.25, San Diego employers must pay their hourly employees a minimum wage of $11.50 through January 1, 2019.

Note: The exempt minimum salary requirement is based on the current state minimum wage, not any applicable local minimum wage.

Other New 2018 Laws Affecting California Employers

Happy Holidays from our Family to Yours!

December 20th, 2017

We appreciate your support this year and want to
wish you and your family a safe and happy holiday season!  

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We are closing for the holidays on:

Friday, 12/22/17: Closing at 2PM
Monday, 12/25/17: Closed All Day

Friday, 12/29/17: Closing at 2PM
Monday, 01/01/18: Closed All Day



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