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Employers have begun to see an interesting letter pop up in their mailboxes recently. The Social Security Administration (SSA) has re-implemented the use of “Request for Employer Information” letters, more commonly known as “No-Match” letters. The SSA has used these letters in the past, but discontinued them each time for different reasons. No-Match letters were […] continue reading this post


what is a peo A professional employer organization (PEO) provides comprehensive HR solutions for small businesses. Many employers know that employing a PEO can help them save money on employee benefits packages and assist with payroll administration, but that’s not all they can do. When employing a PEO, an employer can outsource a wealth of employee management tasks. HR […] continue reading this post


If you haven’t updated your employee handbook recently, it is more than overdue. With the legislative changes that took effect on January 1st, your employee handbook is likely out-of-date and therefore out of compliance in regards to current local, state and federal laws, as well as other regulations. When done properly, an employee handbook serves […] continue reading this post


Top 8 HR Challenges for California Employers in 2019 The HR landscape is continuously evolving with new employment laws and regulations, plus changes in technology and other trends in employee recruitment and management. Employers in California have an especially complicated set of laws to navigate, with this state being considered one of the most employee-friendly states in the U.S. The strict limits on work […] continue reading this post


2019 HR Goals for California Employers 2019 is right around the corner, which means many employers are getting ready to set goals for the company that will help shape the next year. It’s important to get these goals approved and communicated in an efficient manner so that employees and supervisors can begin working towards achieving them right at the beginning of […] continue reading this post