All Enroll/Change/Term forms must be submitted by November 20, 2017
NO ACTION NEEDED:
If you are not making any changes to your medical, dental or vision coverage, benefits will rollover for the coming year
If you are currently enrolled in the plan and wish to continue participation for 2018, you must re-enroll. If you do not re-enroll your coverage will end on 12/31/17
Be sure to enroll for adequate coverage in order to avoid penalties
PRIOR MONTH BILLING:
Most deductions are on a prior month billing cycle, your new deductions will be reflected on your December payroll for January rates
The beginning of a new school year is an exciting time. Teacher’s spend the first few days discussing what skills and topics the students will be learning. Textbooks are distributed among the students and notebooks begin to be filled with information. The learning process begins, as facts and figures are absorbed by thirsty minds.
It’s never too late to hit the books yourself and learn something new. September is a great time of year to educate yourself on a new skill, discover a new team management strategy, or dive deep into a new software that will enhance your workplace performance. Below are three things you can start today to set the table for a great year in the office.
Students are busy arriving to pristine classroom environments, while teachers are wiping the sweat from their brows. When the bell rings on the first day of school and class finally begins, the students seldom have any idea about the level of preparation their teachers have put in. They’ve spent all summer setting the stage for learning. While you don’t have all summer for a complete office makeover, there are many things you can do this month to remove distractions and optimize workflow. In this article we will look at a few ways you can declutter your workspace in a similar fashion.
California has very strict Final Pay rules, outlined in the California Labor Code Sections 201 and 201, outlined here in the issuance of final wages.
This infographic provides employers with general information about the Fair Chance Initiative for Hiring.
The new year brings a number of significant measures impacting employers. Below is an overview of new workplace-related laws you should be aware of:
Beginning July 1, 2016, all employers will be required to pay employees a new minimum wage according to the Los Angeles Minimum Wage Ordinance. The minimum wage rate will be adjusted every year according to the Los Angeles Minimum Wage Ordinance § 187.02.
On June 2, 2016 the City of Los Angeles passed a new ordinance (Ordinance No. 184320) requiring employers to provide employees working within the City of Los Angeles a minimum of 48 hours of paid sick leave per year.
In our modern times people are seldom amazed by the unshielded nuclear fusion reactor floating above their heads daily, but imagine yourself in the distant past staring up at the sun. This floating orb of pure energy, always out of reach, held up by magic, tracking across the sky, providing warmth and light that without no living thing could survives.
Although our lives may seem worlds away from our sun worshiping ancestors, it is an inescapable fact that we are as dependent on the sun now more than at any time in our past. Solar power is taking the lead in widespread green energy adoption and even our biological flourishing is intimately connected with receiving just the right amount of this natural resource.
Taxes, inventory and budgets may be foremost in the minds of business owners, managers and workers. Meeting rooms are booked, outlines are printed and action items are assigned. High profile projects are managed closely and reports written but there are other activities that will never be scheduled because they themselves are the business. What time of the year do you focus on customer satisfaction and retention? Improve product quality? Drive service excellence? Reduce inefficiency? If you are simply surviving the day to day at 100% workload you are probably not leaving the space to improve. In what quarter do you make the mental leap from simply working to thinking about how you work?