“The onslaught of wage and hour litigation continues unabated” – how will you protect yourself?

“The onslaught of wage and hour litigation continues unabated” – how will you protect yourself?

Workplace Violence – Why it Happens, and How to Prevent It

Workplace Violence – Why it Happens, and How to Prevent It

Earlier this month, a troubled employee fatally shot nine people (including himself) and wounded eight others when he arrived to the warehouse where he worked for the last two years. He was there to meet his manager for a disciplinary hearing. This tragic case is reflective of the startling statistic that homicide is the second [&hellip


Understanding PTO Policies, Part 2 – Sick Pay

Understanding PTO Policies, Part 2 – Sick Pay

In our last post we discussed vacation policies, from both the best-practices and legal standpoints. In today’s post we take a quick look at Sick Pay. What is required by law? Like vacation, sick pay is not required under Federal or State statutes. However, there are a number of localities passing measures requiring employers to [&hellip


Understanding PTO Policies, Part 1 – Vacation Pay

Understanding PTO Policies, Part 1 – Vacation Pay

As the tight economy continues with no foreseeable end in sight, employers are challenged to find ways to compensate, motivate and reward employees while adding minimal costs to their bottom line.  As health insurance premiums continue to skyrocket, many employers are utilizing  paid time off (PTO) as a recruiting tool to entice qualified applicants to [&hellip


CPEhr Named One of “Best Places to Work” in Los Angeles

CPEhr Named One of “Best Places to Work” in Los Angeles

For the second consecutive year, we are proud to announce that CPEhr  was named one of the ‘Best Places to Work” by the Los Angeles Business Journal. Thousands of businesses participate in the annal “Best Places to Work” competition. Employees working for Los Angeles organizations were surveyed anonymously early this spring by the LA Business [&hellip