Resumes, applications, references and offer letters all lead to piles and piles of PAPER! It seems we have to kill a whole forest of trees to hire one employee. And it’s not just trees that go in to making paper – the amount of energy required to make one sheet of paper could power a […]
Promoting an employee to manager isn’t just beneficial for your employees but it is crucial for you, the business owner. It boosts morale, increases productivity and improves overall profits earned. The promoted employee has proven they are capable of managing and motivating themselves, the task in the immediate future is to ensure that the same […]
Your new team is paying attention to everything you do; from what you wear, what you say, and how you say it. You face the double edge sword of showing confidence and never letting them see you sweat as you find your way to learning your new role. Over Communicate: Not only will gain you […]
While most California employers are aware of the Paid Sick Leave law that went into effect as of July 1st, 2015, some may be surprised to learn that there are also several cities in California with their own minimum wage and Paid Sick Leave laws* – and some have provisions that are more generous than […]
Recently, the concept of “Joint Employers” has been rapidly evolving, based on several court rulings and new guidance issued from the Department of Labor. Joint employers in employment law are found to exist where two separate legal entities share the ability to control or determine essential terms and conditions of employment, including hiring, firing, disciplining, […]
Written by Lisa Porro, PHR & SHRM-CP Part 1 of this blog centered on the onboarding process after a new employee signs an offer letter. As you are preparing for your new hire’s first day, remember that this is yet another chance to make a great first impression – in person. You only have once […]
Written by Lisa Porro, PHR & SHRM-CP Most People Have at Least One First Day at Work Horror Story: “Security had no idea I was coming, no one at my new company was answering their calls, and I had to wait for an hour for someone from the office to let me into the elevator.” […]
Writing an employee’s performance review or an evaluation is one of the most important responsibilities for a manager. Why? This commitment helps motivate employees, increase engagement, enhance accountability for results and support professional and career growth. However, do you find yourself to placing the task of writing an employee’s performance evaluation at the bottom of […]
In order to avoid, or at least minimize the costs associated with a labor law violation, you should have an official document in place that assigns a compliance officer, and offers details on how labor law violations are found and corrected, BEFORE an auditor or investigator arrives. A well crafted compliance plan will do just […]
Paying a salary DOES NOT mean the employee isn’t owed overtime. The Fair Labor Standards Act, which nearly all employers are required to comply with, specifies that it is the duties of the role and not the compensation that dictates who is eligible for overtime wages. To qualify as EXEMPT from overtime, the employee in […]
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