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Do You Have To Let Your Employees Work From Home?

March 19th, 2019

 

“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 Anderson – Law Update Labor & Employment.

Search for your next employee confidentially! Available candidate profiles posted online here!

June 12th, 2013

Job seekers search for jobs online, just as EMPLOYERS can SEARCH for CANDIDATES online at http://www.sdistaffing.com/employers/candidate.

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Our Candidate Search page offers confidential job seeker profiles for employers to review. Here are just a few profile titles we recently added:

  • Accounting Clerk
  • Bank Branch Manager
  • Commercial Lines Account Manager
  • Employee Benefit Account Manager
  • Realtor, CA DRE Licensed
  • Loan Processor / Assistant
  • Member Service Rep
  • Bank Operations Specialist
  • Life Insurance Case Manager
  • Certified Legal Nurse Consultant
  • Sr. Correspondent Mortgage Loan Purchase/Funder
  • Personal Lines – Claims Branch Manager / Unit Manager
  • CGL Coverage Specialist
  • General Liability Examiner
  • Loan Specialist – Commercial Loan Department

Just go to http://www.sdistaffing.com/employers/candidate/ and let us know which candidate you’d like to meet with!

Senate Budget Subcommittee Votes to Increase Employer Assessments

March 11th, 2013

03/08/13 – A Senate budget subcommittee yesterday agreed to changes in the state Department of Industrial Relations (DIR) budget that will unfairly increase employer assessments.
 
The California Chamber of Commerce and a large coalition of employer groups and associations sent a letter to the subcommittee outlining their concerns to the budget change proposal for the DIR. The coalition is especially concerned that the proposal lacks transparency into the activities of the agency and does not include any mandated review to determine whether ongoing assessments are appropriate. 

To read the entire article on the CA Chamber of Commerce’s website, CLICK HERE.

IRS Issues Proposed Rules on Employer ‘Shared Responsibility’ Tax Under Affordable Care Act

January 25th, 2013

IRS Issues Proposed Rules on Employer ‘Shared Responsibility’ Tax Under Affordable Care Act

(January 15, 2013) Proposed rules providing guidance on the employer “shared responsibility” excise tax under the federal health care reform law have been issued by the U.S. Treasury Department and the Internal Revenue Service.

In addition, the IRS has published new Q&As providing guidance about the tax…CLICK HERE to read the entire article.

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Employers: I-9 for Employment Eligiblity Verification

August 17th, 2012

Continue to Use the Current Form I-9 for Employment Eligibility Verification

Until further notice, employers should continue using the Form I-9 currently available on the forms section of http://www.uscis.gov. This form should continue to be used even after the OMB control number expiration date of August 31, 2012 has passed. USCIS will provide updated information about the new version of the Form I-9 as it becomes available.

To read this notice and other USCIS information, click here.

The Lunch Police (aka CA employers) have been called off the beat, thanks to a landmark CA Supreme Court decision.

May 7th, 2012

In April 2012, the CA Supreme Court issued a landmark decision in the Brinker v. Superior Court in favor of employers that they ‘Need Not Ensure That No Work Is Done’ on meal breaks. Now what?

Learn everything you need to know about meal and rest periods by registering for this FREE Webinar. Topics to be covered:

  • What has not changed about meal and rest periods?
  • What new flexibility has the Supreme Court signaled in Brinker?
  • Should employers allow employees to skip meal breaks?
  • Can employers require early or late meal/rest breaks?
  • When is the meal period penalty owed?
  • Are on duty waivers still needed?
  • How does Brinker change the class action landscape?
  • Practical tips for updating your meal/rest period policies and practices.

This webinar will assist business executives, managers and HR professionals understand the court’s ruling, learn how to implement the new rules, and avoid future litigation. The presentation will be provided by Christopher Olmsted, an employment law attorney and shareholder with the law firm Barker Olmsted & Barnier, APLC.

DATE:   Wednesday, May 16, 2012
TIME:   9:00 a.m. to 10:15 a.m. (PST)
LOCATION:   Online and teleconference
TUITION:   FREE!

TO REGISTER:
Space is limited. Reserve your Webinar seat now at: https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/275717682

 

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