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Managing an HR Department of One in California

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This all-new guide follows our award-winning national version, named to SHRM's Great 8 list of HR management tools. Now we've reworked that best-selling volume to address the unique challenges of operating in the Golden State.
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Additional information about Managing an HR Department of One in California

Employment law compliance in California is tough. Many laws and regulations are more employee-friendly than their federal counterparts and some apply even if you have only one employee in California.

If you ARE the HR department at your workplace, it's almost impossible to keep track of it all... unless you have CER's Managing an HR Department of One in California.

This all-new guide follows our award-winning national version, named to SHRM's Great 8 list of HR management tools. Now we've reworked that best-selling volume to address the unique challenges of operating in the Golden State.

Whether youíre new to HR or an HR manager in a solo department, you'll benefit from fast-answers, plain English advice, and attention to both federal and California laws and regulations. It will help you perform your HR function in California with the best of them.

You get:

  • Compliance responsibilities table. At-a-glance, youíll be able to compare your state and federal HR requirements, so you know which laws come into play in any given employee situation, ranging from wage and hour, FMLA, CFRA, PDL, AB1825 training, Title VII and FEHA, and many more.
  • Training guidelines. No matter the size of your organization, employee and supervisor training is a must. Some of it is required by law and some just makes good business sense. Managing an HR Department of One in California walks you through efficient and effective training with a minimum of time and money.
  • Prewritten forms, policies, and checklists. Prepared and reviewed by attorneys, these tools will save you hours of research and reduce your risk of working off poor information. From sample job applications and background check sheets to performance appraisals and leave requests, you get it all, in both paper or PDF format.

More than a dry catalog of laws and regs, Managing an HR Department of One in California arms you to be a complete HR provider, with practical guidance and honest insights on how to:

* Align HRís goals with the organizational objectives
* Find out what your CEO really wants, and keep your efforts focused
* Build credibility and influence
* Engage other managers and get their support, plus ethics for the HR professional
* Audit your practices to uncover potential compliance problems
* Create a cohesive and engaged workforce
* Devise and implement a strategic HR plan
* Communicate effectively with handbooks
* Budget and allocate resources
* Keep (and toss) employee paperwork and e-records the right way
* BONUS: Train for organizational excellence with nine steps to effective training, training preparation, topics for training, documentation, evaluating effectiveness

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