Get an in-depth understanding of California overtime regulations, reporting time pay, and the state’s unique classifications for exempt employees. Also find out about required meal and rest periods in California, to better administer your wage and hour policies.
California has the country’s most complicated employee entitlements. Learn about the Federal and California state leaves that may apply to your employees — including eligibility criteria, and your responsibilities as an employer.
Deciding to terminate an employee can be stressful. Learn practical tips for how to approach a termination decision, conduct the termination meeting, and administer the employee’s departure.
Recreational marijuana use is legal in 3 states, and more states may soon be following suit. But marijuana isn’t the only drug you should be concerned about in your workplace. We’ll examine what types of testing are permitted for marijuana and other substances.
It’s never been more important for business owners and managers to measure the effectiveness of their workers. Find out which employment metrics should be tracked, as well as how those figures can be used to better understand and plan ahead for turnover, benefit trends, and more.
Do you know the difference between exempt and non-exempt employees? Learn about the complexities of paying hourly employees, best practices for offering performance bonuses, and how to track employees’ time for payroll purposes.
Get an overview of ADA and FMLA regulations, common issues,and employer best practices to help ensure that you’re taking the appropriate steps when it comes to managing employee leaves.
Finding and attracting the best talent is key to building a successful business. This training will help you identify and hire the right people for your organization, so you can be an employer of choice in your industry.
Great performance management can mean the difference between highly engaged employees and those who are just punching the clock.Find out how to turn your next review from average to awesome.