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Monthly Archives: April 2019

6 HR Communication Mistakes to Avoid Making An HR professional’s daily job often revolves around seemingly never-ending communications. Considering that this is a department responsible for managing all of the employees and employment candidates for a business, naturally there is going to be a need for communicating with them. Paperwork, emails, internal memos and text messages can easily take up a large […] continue reading this post


What California Employers Need to Know About Marijuana As both medical and recreational marijuana use becomes more widely accepted throughout the state, California employers need to check to ensure their policies are violating their employees’ rights. The Adult Use of Marijuana Act (Prop 64) was voted into law on November 8, 2016, effectively legalizing recreational marijuana use throughout the entire state. However, the […] continue reading this post


5 Signs of a Dysfunctional Company Culture Company culture has become a point of focus not only for job applicants who are looking for the best place to work, but also for employers who are struggling with employee engagement and retention. A company’s culture is essentially the “personality” of the company. It includes elements such as values, ethics, goals, expectations and more, […] continue reading this post


Work Safety Regulations You’re Probably Violating Hazards exist in every workplace, regardless of the industry. Just 50 years ago, over 14,000 workers were dying on the job each year and disabling work injuries were at their highest rate ever. In response, President Richard M. Nixon signed The Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970 which established three permanent federal agencies: the […] continue reading this post


Emplicity Awarded CPEO Certification by IRS Emplicity Awarded Certification by IRS, Provides Further Assurance to Clients and Their Employees. 175,000 businesses use a Professional Employer Organization (PEO) to administer benefits, human resources compliance and process payroll and employment taxes for their employees. But what happens if a PEO doesn’t file its clients’ payroll taxes properly? This ongoing concern for small businesses […] continue reading this post