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No-Cost Human Resource Hotline for Tulare County Employers

The Workforce Investment Board has contracted with California Employers Association to provide Tulare County Employers with a NO-COST Human Resource hotline.

Now more than ever, employers need resources to help their businesses thrive. That’s why the Workforce Investment Board (WIB) of Tulare County continues to contract with the California Employers Association (CEA) to provide Tulare County employers with a no-cost Human Resource hotline.

The HR Hotline is available to any business in Tulare County in either English or Spanish to provide expert guidance on all human resource questions including, but not limited to:

  • Claims for Unemployment Insurance, Labor Commission, and Discrimination

  • COVID-19 Related and Return-to-Work Inquiries

  • Employee Discipline and Termination

  • Employee Handbooks

  • Employee and Labor Relations

  • Harassment Prevention

  • Paid Sick Leave Laws and Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA)

  • Workers’ Compensation Regulations

  • Workforce Training

CEA is consistently helpful to businesses with providing expert advice on the proper and legal way to handle employee concerns before they become painful. One user said,

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

The HR Hotline is LIVE and operates Monday - Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Employers can call the HR Hotline toll-free at (888) 563-2373.

CEA 2022 Labor Law Update for Tulare County Employers

In addition to the hotline, CEA offers Tulare County employers access to free monthly webinars on topics like Recruiting in a Post COVID World, Hire Slow/Fire Fast, or Diversity and Inclusion in the Workplace.

This month’s webinar, 2022 Labor Law Update is available on January 20th from 1:00 - 2:30 pm. Businesses can register today by clicking HERE.

Businesses can register for monthly webinars at no cost in English and Spanish on various HR topics at

For more information, visit or email Christina Hopper at

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.


The Workforce Investment Board of Tulare County is a non-profit organization that aims to drive economic success by ensuring every business has the skilled workers they need to succeed, and every worker has the best opportunity to be skilled.

Find out more about our programs at or call 559-713-5190.


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