Even the best workplaces get resignations. An employee may decide to switch careers, go back to school, move out of the area, accept a new opportunity, or retire from the workforce altogether. In any case, it's important to be familiar with the laws that govern how employers should handle a resignation. For a few helpful pointers on making this process go smoothly at your company, check out this episode of HR Legalcast which provides four tips to prepare for employee resignations.
Every employer is required by California to adopt and implement a safety plan known as an Injury and Illness Prevention Program. It is important that these IIPPs not only be created, but understood, by employers, because they are often requested during Cal OSHA inspections. This month’s podcast is about the Seven Things Needed For An Injury and Illness Prevention Program.