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Employee or Not Employee? That is the Question.

Employee or Not Employee? That is the Question.

On April 30, 2018, the California Supreme Court made a ruling that may make it difficult for you to classify your workers as independent contractors.  Employers in California have traditionally used the set Industrial Welfare Commission (IWC) standards, such as “exercises control”, to determine if a worker was classified as an “employee” or as an “independent contractor”.  The Supreme Court is now adopting an “ABC” standard for determining status of employee vs. independent contractors; we recommend that you review your classifications of workers to be in compliance with these new standards. 



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Indicators That it is Time to Consider Outsourcing Your HR Department

Indicators That it is Time to Consider Outsourcing Your HR Department

For many small to medium-sized businesses, outsourcing their HR departments can help them to cut human resources costs, and it can also help them to find better candidates to work for their company. Yet, as a small business owner, how will you know when it is time to outsource your company's HR department? Here are a few of the signs that it may be time for you to make the move to an outsourced human resources department.  



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10 Creative Ideas to Improve Motivation Levels in Your Office

10 Creative Ideas to Improve Motivation Levels in Your Office

 



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Tips to Deal with Conflict in the Workplace

Tips to Deal with Conflict in the Workplace

When you are a business owner or even a manager, you are probably very concerned about the culture of the workplace. You are going to want to provide a calming environment where everyone feels safe and able to do their work. 



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Increased Harassment Prevention Throughout California

Increased Harassment Prevention Throughout California

Beginning January 1, 2019, a new resolution took place in California to help reduce sexual harassment in the workplace. In an effort to help curb harassment and ensure that all employees are educated about exactly what harassment is, what to do about it, and how to avoid it, California has passed a resolution requiring all employers with five or more employees to provide this increased training.  



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