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Always a problem….not always a solution the employer can live with. The wrong step in the beginning of the hiring process or from a promotion can ultimately cost an employer thousands of dollars. There also can be a 3 year look-back period and class action lawsuits developing from wrongfully misclassifying an employee.
This 45 minute webinar will assist you in making those right decisions in the beginning and not after you have a major problem on your hands!Find out more »
More and more in the news, we are hearing the term “active shooter” and we have become terrified at the usual outcomes. Unfortunately, some of these events occur in the workplace. No business is immune from workplace violence!
What most employers do not realize that issues such as “workplace violence” and “active shooter” situations fall under the responsibility of OSHA. Employees injured or killed in these events not only fall under your workers’ compensation but if you do not have the proper documented programs such as an Emergency Action Plan and documented training owners and managers may be criminally responsible and be held financially responsible.
Come join us for the 45 minute webinar so we can answer your questions and provide you with how you can protect yourself and your business.Find out more »
This has become one of HR Ideas most attended webinars.
Every year about this time, employers start thinking about having their annual office party.
Planning has started but not so fast. Employers should be able to have a party for their employees but are employers aware of the possible pitfalls of not planning the party correctly?
Come join us so we can keep you out of harm's way this holiday season!Find out more »
One of the most confusing and difficult to understand areas of Human Resources are the Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA).
Another area that can be confusing to employers is the “American with Disabilities Act (ADA).
One of the reasons these two programs can be so confusing is that they seem to be updated by either the courts or the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC).
Employee size does matter and the ramifications can be financially tremendous, so you do not want to miss this 45 minute webinar!
This is a live, in-person event taking place at:
Squat & Gobble
1 West Portal Ave
San Francisco, CA 94127
All California companies with the following:
50 or more employees
Within 6 months of promoting to a supervisor; or
Within 6 months or hiring into a company as a supervisor
are required by law to provide 2 hours of sexual harassment prevention training to all supervisors in California.
Part-time and temporary employees (including those hired by staffing agencies) plus independent contractors are part of the minimum employee count of 50)
This training meets that requirement and a certificate will be given for successful completion of this training.