Providing Human Resources Consulting and Staffing Since 1988
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.
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SB 3, the bill that increases California’s minimum wage is set for its next wage increase on January 1, 2019. The minimum wage increase depends on whether the employer has 25 or fewer employees or more than 25 employees, as shown on the following table: In addition to...read more
Exempt v. Nonexempt There has been a great deal of confusion about which employees are entitled to overtime and which are not. There are some significant misunderstandings about these two classifications to the point that this has become the most litigated topic in...read more
How to Comply Effectively The passage of California’s Fair Pay Act[i], which became effective January 1, 2016, changes other state laws and the federal Equal Pay Act in some very important ways. Under the Equal Pay Act (a federal law passed in 1963) employers had to...read more