Recruiting from the Trenches – a First Hand View of the Job Market by a Top Los Angeles Recruiter

Recruiting from the Trenches – a First Hand View of the Job Market by a Top Los Angeles Recruiter

With nationwide unemployment still hovering just below 10%, and California well above 12%, we anticipate a long road ahead before employment returns to pre-recession levels. Some economists predict 3-5 years, at the soonest. What does that mean to the unemployed jobseeker, or the employer looking to re-hire? For this post we invited our Recruiting Manager, [&hellip


Case Study, Part II – Medical Practice Reduces Risk Through HRO

Case Study, Part II – Medical Practice Reduces Risk Through HRO

Our last post introduced a growing medical practice with their share of Human Resource challenges. In this second and final post, we ‘ll look at the HR solutions offered by CPEhr and the concrete results they experienced. HR Solutions Upon entering the HR Outsourcing relationship with the practice, a CPEhr Human Resources Specialist immediately began [&hellip


HR Outsourcing Case Study – Medical Practice Reduces HR Risks Through HRO

HR Outsourcing Case Study – Medical Practice Reduces HR Risks Through HRO

Sometimes change is hard. But when this medical practice recognized their existing HR systems were inadequate in the face of rising employment challenges, they selected a HR Outsourcing and Professional Employer Outsourcing relationship to assist them in reducing their HR risks and exposures. Our next two posts will look at their challenges, and the solutions [&hellip


Employee or Independent Contractor – Would Your Company Pass an IRS Audit?

Employee or Independent Contractor – Would Your Company Pass an IRS Audit?

According to the U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO), the IRS claims to lose millions of dollars in uncollected taxes each year due to independent contractor misclassification by employers. As such, as part of a national research project on employment taxes, the IRS is scheduled to audit 6,000 randomly selected companies ranging from large to small [&hellip


Employee Training – Selecting the Right Topics and Methods

Employee Training – Selecting the Right Topics and Methods

In our last post we discussed several reasons why training is vital for the success of any business. However, there are many areas that need training and the challenge is to choose the most important topics for our businesses. As budgets are limited, companies need to selectively choose the most relevant topics, and those that [&hellip


Employee Training — Taking Your Business to the Next Level

Employee Training — Taking Your Business to the Next Level

When you, the employer, deliberately choose to develop your staff, you are investing in the solidarity of the company as well as your people. When you train your staff, you provide more meaning for people at work, and you build and strengthen the skills, processes, and knowledge development that your organization will need in the [&hellip


Common Management “Don’ts” to Avoid an Employee Lawsuit

Common Management “Don’ts” to Avoid an Employee Lawsuit

Managers act as the front-line between Executives and their employees. They are tasked with not only ‘getting the job done’, but are also expected to motivate their employees, act as role models for their staff, promote a positive work environment, and transmit the vision and mission of the organization. And all the while, they are [&hellip