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What is the Affordable Care Act and when are the Deadlines?

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The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) 2010 HR3590, or Affordable Care Act (ACA) for short, is the new health care reform law in America and is often called by its nick-name Obamacare. In today’s workforce, ACA has become a trendy topic. There’s been a lot of speculation of…

California Sick Pay Law

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July 1, 2015, employees who work in California for 30 or more days within a year from the commencement of employment will accrue paid sick leave at a rate of no less than one hour for every 30 hours worked. Exempt employees will be deemed to work 40 hours per week for…

Mental Health: The Desire to Help Employees

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Workplace mental health issues are staggering this year and costs have surged. Employers should not be ignoring mental health in the workplace for several reasons, the main one being prevention of lawsuits, but more reasons include: Workplace safety for those who have disorders Company name will be flawed if mental…

Defamation of Character in the Workplace

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Let’s face it, not every staff member in the workplace will get along, but when it comes to firing an employee you better have the facts to back it up. Making a statement of why firing an employee was necessary just is not enough anymore. Most employers will do everything…

Employee Communication: Get it Right!

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Communication in the workplace is the one of the most important elements to surviving the workforce. Most people have become to rely so much on technology for the majority of their communication they now lack the ability to communicate with others. Here are some ways to improve on communications skills:…

Workplace Security: Designing a Plan

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Companies spend a portion of their funds on security to protect valuable information in the workplace. Unfortunately, no matter how much they spend, workplace data can never be 100% protected, but employers can have additional training for employees to minimize risks of it happening. Here’s a series of questions for…

Open Communication is a Huge Dilemma in the Workplace

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It may be a big surprise to employers, but employees expect open communication in the workplace and, unfortunately, they aren’t getting it. It isn’t very often you will find an employee that says their workplaces have open communication, while, most workplaces encourage feedback, but never actually do anything with the…