Exciting Event

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Join us for an exclusive private advisory board gathering at NO cost to you Thursday, Aug 4 3:00-6:00pm Granite Bay Golf Club 9600 Golf Club Dr. Granite Bay, CA 95746 RSVP: http://vistage.com/sacleaders  Amelya is excited to invite you to an interactive event … Read More

Weekend Work Emails Illegal

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By: Amelya Stevenson, M.A., SPHR-CA, SHRM-SCP Every time we turn around we have a new HR law or wage and hour change to contend with in the workplace.  The disruption of the changes can create havoc with our business routine … Read More

The Importance of HR for Small Businesses

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Starting a new venture is always exciting—you get to dip your toes into something fresh and decide what direction you’ll take to complete the endeavor. When starting your own business, however, multiple aspects must be considered—the culture, mission, values, employee … Read More

As Health Reform Continues – Five Strategies for Employers to Consider Now

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Please welcome our guest blogger , Carolyn Lewis, CEO of the Lewis Group. Carolyn has been recognized as an industry leader whose deep insights in the healthcare marketplace and broker channels mark her as a sought-out speaker and consultant.   Self-Funding … Read More

Credit Check Law has Fans & Foes

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A new state law barring most employers from using pre-employment credit checks in hiring could remove another hurdle to work for jobless Californians. Assembly Bill 22, authored by Assemblyman Tony Mendoza, D-Artesia, would put the brakes on most employee credit … Read More

A+ Employers

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Job security, fairness and respect rank high for workers Parmila Chand has a job many people wouldn’t like, but she’s held that job — happily — at the same place for almost 20 years. A certified nursing assistant and restorative … Read More

Job-Front: Requests for Social Media Passwords

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Professional attire? Check. Cover letter and résumé? Check. Passwords to your Facebook and Twitter accounts? Not so fast. It’s a new frontier and potentially new pressure for job seekers: employers requesting job applicants’ private social media passwords and log-ins to … Read More

Handling Workplace Conflict

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For employers, the recession comes with more than just fiscal woes. An economic slowdown brings the ever-present danger of employee conflict to the fore. “Any time stress is increased, conflict is more likely to sharpen and to escalate more quickly,” … Read More

A Period of Reengineering Your Company

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We have all been touched in some way by the economic downturn in our region, professionally and personally.  Many have felt the cold hand of fate grabbing at our dreams and plans for our future/ business and personal goals.  Companies … Read More

Optimism Creeps Into the Forecast

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Local employers are scratching for hope and getting mixed results. There’s more talk of hiring than layoffs, but it’s a wide swing between pain and profit. Many employers are still hunkered down. Some see hope but don’t feel it. A … Read More

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