Here’s Why You Need an Employee Handbook

You know it’s important for businesses to have an employee handbook, but you may be wondering how having one in place can benefit both you and your employees. Read More
Jinyu Qian April 4, 2019

New California Family Rights Act Notice

 Under the California Family Rights Act of 1993 (CFRA), if you have more than 12 months of service with us and have worked at least 1,250 hours in the 12-month period before the date you want to begin your leave, and if we employ 50 or more employees at your worksite or within 75 miles of your Read More

How to Avoid Expensive Payroll Mistakes

Managing payroll correctly is a critical part of doing business, especially for small to mid-sized companies. Fewer employees and smaller margins leave less room for payroll error. Costly fines, penalties, and legislation can be catastrophic. Read More

Here’s What Your Employees REALLY Need: A Break

You’ve worked hard to get where you are, and you expect the same of your employees. But at some point, hard work can become overwork. And overworking can become overwhelming. Read More

Do You Know the Risks Facing Your Business?

There’s a well-known story that Microsoft started out as two guys building software in a garage. Whether or not this is technically true, we all know how the story ends. With a very large, very influential, very successful company. Read More

Hey Micromanagers! It’s Time to Change Your Ways.

Do you excel at providing tasks, parameters, and instructions, but insist on hovering over every part of the process? You could be a micromanager. Read More

Why You Should Help Your Employees Get More Sleep

  You may be wondering what sleep has to do with workplace productivity. The answer is pretty much everything. Read More

Team Recognition: It Matters More Than You Might Think

One of the best things about being on a team is the camaraderie that comes with working really hard together, and then celebrating your collective success. This is just as true at work as it is in play. Read More
HR, business tips Jinyu Qian February 28, 2019

How to Make Remote Work Actually Work

  Work at home options are becoming more and more popular with employees, but are these arrangements good for employers? Read More
employee policy, HR, leadership Jinyu Qian February 21, 2019

Misclassifying Employees: An Expensive Wage and Hour Mistake

  With sexual harassment cases getting a lot of media attention, it might seem like that is your company’s biggest liability risk. And depending on where you work, this might be true. Read More