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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


California Healthcare Rates Plan to Increase in 2019 Healthcare premiums are on the rise again, with California healthcare planning to increase by approximately 5 percent in 2019, according to a recent survey by Kaiser Family Foundation. In 2018, employers and workers together have spent, on average, close to $20,000 for a single family health insurance plan, according to the same survey. Employers and […] continue reading this post


human resources workforce technology Today’s employees want to be more self-sufficient when it comes to managing and accessing their benefits, payrolls and other HR functions. According to a recent survey, a majority (73%) of current full-time U.S. workers expect that their employer can provide a high-level of employee self-service that would allow them to independently complete a variety of […] continue reading this post


small business week tips Every day, small business owners are working hard to create cutting-edge jobs, drive innovation in their industries, and increase the overall global competitiveness of the United States. Those businesses that consistently outperform other related small businesses display certain habits that help them to be more effective. To help kick off National Small Business Week, here […] continue reading this post


job killer bills in california This week, CalChamber released its annual list of “job killer” bills. According to CalChamber President and CEO Allan Zaremberg, “Each bill on this year’s job killer list poses a threat to certainty for employers and investors in our state.” Additionally, the listed bills are found by CalChamber to have a “cumulative negative impact on the […] continue reading this post