No-Cost to Businesses
The Workforce Investment Board of Tulare County has contracted California Employers Association (CEA) to provide Tulare County employers with a no-cost Human Resource hotline in multiple languages. Employers can call with any HR-related question, including advice on the proper and legal way to handle employee concerns before they become painful.
Hiring & Firing Process
Paid Sick Leave Laws & FMLA
Breaks, Lunches & Overtime
“Everyone I talked to was helpful and genuine, but the operator (that would switch my calls to a specific HR representative) remembered me and was really friendly."
-Jeff C., ZeroNox
March 16, 2023| 10:00 - 11:00 AM
Managing Reduced Hours & Layoffs
Human Resources professionals will be making significant and deeply emotional job-cut decisions in the coming months. With families, customers, and the businesses’ future hanging in the balance, HR professionals must know and solidify their options to prevent lawsuits, reduce job cuts, and remain competitive in today’s tough economy.
Join us to learn:
• Reducing staff work hours
• Using unemployment $ to keep employees
• Performing an individual or mass layoff
• Identifying who can and can’t be laid off
• Notifying employees of reduced work hours
• Notifying an employee of a job cut
• Exploring compensation and benefits cuts
Are you leading your company with the knowledge of an HR Pro or are your compliance policies putting your company into the danger zone? Find out in this HR Self-Audit Quiz.
Start by clicking below to take California Employers Association's HR Self-Audit Quiz today!
For more information or questions, contact Business Services Resource Specialist, Christina Hopper at email@example.com.
Project funded by the Workforce Investment Board of Tulare County, an equal opportunity employer/program. Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities.