President & Founder of HumanageHR, Maria Cordova, is interviewed by Napa’s KVON radio host, Chris Templeton, about various HR issues such as California’s new sick leave law, and the makings of a good leader. Listen to the KVON Radio Interview below:
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One of the biggest changes for employers in 2015 is California’s new requirement to offer paid sick leave to employees. The “Healthy Workplaces, Healthy Families Act of 2014” requires all employers to provide at least three days of paid sick leave to all employees who work 30 or more days in California, including part-time and temporary employees. What should you do now? If you already have paid sick leave or PTO policies in place, you should determine if your current policies will meet the requirements of the new plan. If you do not currently offer paid sick leave you should…
The answer is not as simple as one may think. The first step is to review your employee handbook, specifically your Drug and Alcohol Policy. Hopefully you have one. Read this article written by attorney, Pamela Fyfe, for more information.
President & Founder of HumanageHR, Maria Cordova, is interviewed by Napa’s KVON radio host, Chris Templeton, about various HR issues such as employment laws effecting California employers, how to engage and motivate employees, and turning a horrible boss into an amazing leader. Listen to the KVON Radio Interview below:
More people more problems, as the saying goes. I have heard that mantra tossed around so many times during my career that I’ve gone from having a visceral negative reaction to accepting it as a conversational norm. True, being an employer is not easy.
This article written by HR Bartender does a good job of summarizing the need-to-know regarding employee files. So many employers get this wrong. I have had to completely reinvent entire filing systems, ensure compliance and gather missing documentation. This is something which if set up correctly from inception is easy to maintain, but if done incorrectly can be quite a big undertaking to correct depending on the number of employees. Employers, are you confident your files are compliant? Are you separating medical documents and I-9s from personnel files? If not, familiarize yourself now with legal requirements. For more information, click here to read…
As we approach this coming year, we face new and expanded laws that California businesses need to be prepared for.