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Are You Losing Employees Due to Lack of Training With the employment rate dipping to 3.8 percent again in February, the current job market is heavily favoring employees. The amount of job openings in the US reached a new all-time high of 7.5 million this past January, significantly higher than the current number of unemployed persons in the country, which is approximately 6.2 million. […] continue reading this post


2019 California Wage and Hour Regulation Update Updated March 28, 2019: Please Note: The threshold amounts listed in the below article are based on Federal requirements. It is important to remember that the exempt salary threshold for executive, administrative and professional exemptions are directly tied to the state minimum wage. In CA, exempt employees must earn a fixed monthly salary of at […] continue reading this post


Emplicity Appoints Cheryl Schmidt as New HR Chief In a Bold Move to Reach 10,000 Worksite Employees, Emplicity Appoints New HR Chief. California-based Professional Employer Organization (PEO), Emplicity announces the selection of Cheryl Schmidt as the company’s human resources (HR) leader. As Director of HR, Ms. Schmidt will lead a multi-year strategy to revolutionize service delivery to its growing clientele of small to […] continue reading this post


California Legislators Target Employers in 2019 2019 is shaping up to be an interesting legislative year for California. February 22 was the last day to introduce new legislative proposals for the state this year and legislators were extra busy these past two months, introducing 2,576 bills before the deadline hit. Some of these bills will likely change their focus later on […] continue reading this post


Top 7 Emergencies That Affect CA Businesses Emergencies and disasters can have a dramatic impact on a business’s infrastructure, when they are natural, manmade, big or small. Not properly planning for any type of emergency can affect profitability, employee safety and can ultimately impact an organization’s ability to recover and reopen. In fact, an astounding 40% of small businesses are unable to […] continue reading this post