That Newsom proposal for six-month paid family leave? It’s bold—but less so than it seems.

Californians who like the idea of getting more paid time off work to care for a new baby may find good news and bad news in the details of Gov. Gavin Newsom’s proposed budget. CLICK HERE to read the complete article by Cal Matters.… Read More »

Harassment Training Deadline Extended, Clarified

Confused on the latest regulations for Harassment Training for your employees?  Go to https://hrwatchdog.calchamber.com/2019/09/harassment-training-deadline-extended-clarified/ for more details and clarification. #harassmenttraining #sb778 #DFEH #compliance #training #sdistaffing        … Read More »

Two ‘Magical Questions’ to Help Prevent Service Animal Fraud

Service animals play an important role in many peoples lives.  However, the growing trend is service animal fraud.  Businesses are legally able to ask two questions. CLICK HERE to read CalChamber’s HR Watchdog’s article to find out what you can ask.  … Read More »

Agencies Looking for New Talent Have Their Work Cut Out for Them

  Newsflash to insurance agency owners seeking to onboard new employees: Expect to have to pay more, offer more and train more. Those trying to hire probably already know that. CLICK HERE to read the complete article from the Insurance Journal.… Read More »

War for Top Talent Prompts US Businesses to Take Action

SunTrust: War for Top Talent Prompts U.S. Businesses to Take Action Annual business survey shows 93% of surveyed businesses boosting financial, other perks to retain valuable employees.  Companies are becoming more employee-focused as the talent war continues and the unemployment rate remains at an all-time low. Is your company competitive?  CLICK HERE to continue reading… Read More »

Do You Have To Let Your Employees Work From Home?

  “Do I have to let my employees work from home?” With technological advances and with market demand for flexible work arrangements constantly increasing, the question comes up all of the time.  Generally speaking, the answer is no. Some positions just don’t translate to working remotely.  CLICK HERE to read the complete article by Smith… Read More »

Extending a Reasonable Accommodation Requires Interactive Process – HRWatchdog

As employers, we’re responsible for reasonably accommodating employees with disabilities.  The recent article posted by HRWatchDog.CalChamber.com is a reminder that an accommodation for an employee with a disability does not necessarily expire at the conclusion of the time period listed on a doctor’s note. Read the complete article at https://hrwatchdog.calchamber.com/2019/01/extending-reasonable-accommodation-requires-interactive-process/.… Read More »

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

  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.  … Read More »