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7 Workplace Trends Employers Should Look for in 2019 Employers have finally adjusted to the changes that came with the dawn of a new year and are starting to look ahead at what the next 11 months of 2019 will bring. This new year has already brought about a number of changes and there are certainly even more to come. For one, changes in […] 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


Avoid Discriminatory Practices When Hiring for Culture As company culture has become an increasingly important element for recruiting and retaining employees, more and more organizations have begun considering “culture fit” as part of their hiring process. According to one recent survey, one out of every five employers say that they wouldn’t hire a candidate who was not the right cultural fit for […] continue reading this post


Is Your Holiday Party an HR Nightmare Holiday parties are a popular way for companies of all sizes to celebrate their employees in a festive way. Research has shown that when done properly, company holiday parties can cultivate employee engagement, making workers feel more appreciated by their employer, giving them something fun and cheerful to look forward to and allowing them to […] continue reading this post


Think You Can Handle HR Not With These New CA Laws Being an employer keeps getting more complicated for California business owners. The ever-changing landscape of California employment law can make it seem impossible to ensure that your business remains in compliance with hundreds of state, local and federal regulations while also remaining profitable and just getting home from work at a decent time. Trying to […] continue reading this post