CAHR Compliance Page

Could your business be at risk of non-compliance?

Could you be facing fines and potential lawsuits without knowing it?

Was your employee handbook last updated more than a year ago?

Is your HR department at risk of non-compliance with sex, age, race, disability, leave of absences, and other labor laws?

Are your HR functions performed by someone other than a seasoned HR professional?

Do you ever lay awake at night wondering if your company is at risk of getting sued?

If you answered YES or I Do Not Know to any of these questions, your business may be at serious risk for non-compliance.

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Many business are at risk of being non-compliant and don't even realize it. Are you protected?

A business that isn't aware of its HR responsibilities is clearly headed for trouble. HR compliance is a process; and there are several rules, laws and acts to consider, such as the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), OSHA, sexual harassment, antidiscrimination laws, and so much more. 

Let the Human Resources experts at CA HR Services guide you.
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“We’re constantly growing, should we concerned about any compliance issues?”

When your company grows from 5 to 15 employees, from 15 to 25 and then 25 to 50 employees, you are required to add new policies at each stage of growth. As you grow into different states, you are also required to have applicable state or federal policies.

FMLA
The Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA) applies to any private sector employer who engages in commerce, industry, or other activities that affect commerce, and who have 50 or more employees.

EEO-1 Reporting
The US Equal Employment Opportunity Commission requires all federal contractors who have 50 or more employees to fill out and submit the EEO-1 Report. The report requires employers to provide a count of employees by job category and then by ethnicity, race, and gender.

Form 5500
Form 5500 is used to collect data on employees’ benefits, including insurance and pension plans.

The form needs to be completed by any employer who sponsors a plan subject to the Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA). Plans subject to ERISA generally include medical, dental, 401(k), and retirement plans.

If your plan has under 100 employees, you only need to fill out the short version of the form: Form 5500-SF.

State Laws
Depending on your state, you could also be subject to new regulations once you have 50 employees. For example, California has some of the most strict and confusing Human Resources laws in the nation. 

Don’t assume you’re compliant! Assure it! Contact CA HR Services today for a compliance audit!

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