California Meal and Rest Periods: Navigating the Minefield

Being an employer in California requires that you be aware of its labor laws to manage risks and avoid costly mistakes. Learn more here.

Dress Code Policy: Avoiding Legal Issues

A well-written dress code policy should strike a balance between professionalism and personal expression. Learn how to craft one with our guidelines.

How Workers’ Compensation Claims Affect Employers

Don’t be bullied by hefty insurance premiums. Learn how workers’ compensation claims affect the employer and what steps you can take.

The Family And Medical Leave Act For California Businesses

At an individual level, those eligible for leave under the Family And Medical Leave Act must have worked for you for a total of 1,250 hours.

Comparing Federal vs. State Minimum Wage Requirements

There are differences between federal and state minimum wage requirements. Knowing the minimum wage laws will help keep your business compliant.

Exempt vs Non-Exempt Employees – What Are the Main Differences?

A simple guide through the expectations, pay structure and other details of an Exempt vs a Non-Exempt Employee status.

11 Considerations and 401(k) Termination Rules to be Aware Of

Awareness of the 401 k plan termination rules is critical before taking the next steps. We’ve written up the essentials and some considerations to be aware of before you take the jump.

The Importance of Personal Protective Equipment in the Workplace

Personal protective equipment is essential to keeping work environments safe. They include hard hats, work gloves, safety glasses, face shields, ear plugs and more. Read on for further details.

California Workers’ Compensation Premiums Explained – Breaking Down the Costs

The premium you are paying for workers’ compensation has not been made up. There are components which you can not control, but there are proactive ways to save money for your company. Here is a concise break down of how your premiums are calculated and ways to limit the cost of employee coverage.

Benefits of Using Proper Workers’ Compensation Class Codes

Workers’ compensation class codes consist of 3-4 digits. These numbers are used to sort various jobs, helping insurance calculate your premium. To get a fuller picture of class codes, continue reading here!


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