We Help You Find, Manage & Retain the Best Employees
Outsource your HR with Human Resource Advisors
Providing Human Resources Consulting and Staffing Since 1988
Small businesses have neither the time nor the resources to stay current with the rapidly changing issues which directly affect them and their employees.
New legislation, record keeping requirements and the legal ramifications of management and personnel decisions can quickly turn your organization upside down.
We can take the guesswork out of many of your concerns from the hiring process, to retention issues, appropriate compensation and benefits programs, employee development.
Most importantly we can be very proactive in minimizing the risk of employee complaints and litigation.
We believe employers want to concentrate on providing cutting-edge products and services without being distracted by negative employee issues. HRA enables you to concentrate on the core functions of your business.
Dental & Medical
The unique challenges faced by doctors managing a practice are well understood by our team. We are here to provide you with needed products and services specifically designed to meet the needs of medical & dental offices.
You know that exceptional service along with something more is needed to differentiate yourself. We provide the something more. We partner with insurance brokers so they can provide a more comprehensive service for their clients.
On September 17, 2020 Gov. Newsom signed SB 1383 which can now be found in California Government Code Section 12945.2, et seq. If you are a CA employer with 5 or more employees in any industry, this new law applies to you. To equip you with what you need to know, increase your confidence, and reduce your concerns, we are offering live webinars throughout the month of March to bring you up to speed.
Wednesday, March 3rd, 2021 @ 10:00AM
Thursday, March 11th, 2021 @ 1:00PM
Tuesday, March 23rd, 2021 @ 4:00P
If you haven’t reviewed your New Hire documents lately, now is the time to do so. Most states require employers to give new employees various documents when they are hired to fulfill the requirement to inform employees of their rights and responsibilities.
This morning you found out that your top salesman spent the weekend in jail for disorderly conduct. Or your office manager is smoking marijuana on her lunch breaks. Or your marketing manager is dating the CEO of your biggest competitor. Can you