Common Virtual, In-Person Interview Mistakes

  Interviewing is your way to shine and highlight why YOU should be selected as the next hire! So if you want to know what hiring managers are saying, read this article by HRWatchdog.com to learn about some common virtual and in-person interview mistakes.  … Read More »

Are you an employer who doesn’t offer remote work?

    It’s no secret. A lot of candidates are looking for remote work. They want a better work-life balance. They don’t want to commute. They ultimately just want to save money and time. Are you an employer who doesn’t offer remote work? If you answered yes, here are a few things to consider.  … Read More »

Employers With Lengthy Hiring Process May Lose Top Job Candidates

How long is your hiring process?  Do you ghost candidates?  According to this article, the hiring process for San Diego & Sacramento are well below Los Angeles. Employers With Lengthy Hiring Process May Lose Top Job Candidates… Read More »

CA Labor Commissioner Files First Lawsuit Enforcing AB 5 (Employees or Independent Contractors)

In July, the California Labor Commissioner’s Office filed its first lawsuit to enforce AB 5, which requires employers to use the “ABC” test to determine if workers in California are employees or independent contractors. In the lawsuit, a gig-economy car wash company in Southern California is being sued for misclassifying at least 100 workers as… Read More »

Beware of New Unemployment Insurance Scams

As we’re all trying to keep our families and workers safe and ensure our businesses are compliant with safety precautions, we now have to deal with a new threat…Unemployment Insurance Scams. Click here to read the complete article by HR Watchdog by CalChamber.… Read More »

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 »

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 »