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HR Hotline Changes

One of the biggest exposures facing your entity is the handling of employees and employment-related issues. Employment-related claims are distracting, demoralizing and costly to organizations. However, they are mostly preventable. For this reason, GSRMA has provided members a Human Resources “HR” Hotline since 2011. The purpose is for vetted member [...]

Legislative Update 2018

California passed several anti-harassment laws in 2018. Specifically, SB 1343 requires employers with 5 or more employees to provide training to all employees (both supervisory and on-supervisor) by January 1, 2020. The new law requires employers with 5 or more employees conduct two hours of mandatory training for supervisors and [...]

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GSRMA’s 14th Annual Training Conference – Effective Course Corrections for Navigating the Times!

GSRMA's 14th annual training conference promises the perfect blend of education and entertainment! The conference will be held on Thursday, October 18th and Friday, October 19th at Rolling Hills Resort in Corning. We are pleased to present several great speakers who will deliver relevant subject matter in an entertaining manner. Thursday, [...]

Updates to Prevailing Wage Laws

By Mark R. Velasquez, Esq. Senate Bill 96 was signed into law on June 27, 2017 and became effective immediately. The bill makes some changes to prevailing wage including the following: • The subcontractor list form submitted by bidders for public works contracts must now include the DIR registration number for [...]

Harden Targets

Unfortunately, it would appear there is a rise in theft and burglary statewide. Businesses suffer disproportionately from theft, burglary and robbery when you consider the number of homes vs. businesses in our communities. The most important thing you can do is call the police to report a crime or any suspicious [...]

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