Something about Random Acts of Kindness that got me in the warm fuzzy heart place - so, for legitimate (super) small businesses* (under 10 employees) that need an extra oomph to the recruiting platform, I'm happy to offer the OOMPH!
Send a message with your need on Facebook OR firstname.lastname@example.org, and I will repost with your information for the candidate's consideration. Literally, I will copy/paste - so make sure your ad is clean, and under 500 characters.
I have 2 jobs out already, so.....Ready? Let's recruit!
*one job per company, sized under 10 employees, offer ends on Friday.
Thanks to CalChamber and my spiffy 2017 calendar, we know that February 17, 2017 is Random Acts of Kindness Day!
Quick Google search begins, and the website www.randomactsofkindness.org, quickly pops up, and just as quickly inspires this business to 'pay it forward' via Facebook recognition!
We are most inspired to say 'Thank You!' to our friends at Prime Business Consulting, Comelco Group, H Linwood Insurance, Legal Shield, Down the Drain Plumbing, SoCal Queen, Connect for Success, Los Cabos Seafood, Santa Fe West Design, Money Honeys, San Diego Start Up Women, Good Ol' Gals, and, and and.....
However you do business, there is a way to be random in a super kind way - don't think too long, we only have 13 more hours!
Ready, set, Kindness !
"With the support of the business community and the California Chamber of Commerce, Chris Laszcz-Davis was appointed yesterday to the California Occupational Safety and Health Standards Board by Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr."
This is CalChamber's announcement this morning which herald's a solid step forward in filling out this CalOSHA Standards Board - there is one more position to fill for an Occupational Health representative.
Who is CalOSHA, and why should we be happy for this?
"The Division of Occupational Safety and Health (DOSH), better known as Cal/OSHA, protects and improves the health and safety of working men and women in California and the safety of passengers riding on elevators, amusements rides, and tramways – through the following activities:
We encourage all business owners, or their HR presence to sign up for all of CalChamber's announcements - they are priceless!
Best of luck to Chris Laszcs-Davis!
Employers, have you ever been confused on the why and when to round your employee time?
Luckily for all of us, CalChamber's Watchdog Employment Blog makes the answer much easier.
CalChamber reports to us that CA judged have ruled that employers "may round employee timecard entries to the nearest tenth of an hour (6 minutes)."
The case brought to the courts, Silva v See's Candy, was decided just December 9, 2016, and the full explanation can be found following this link below:
So, get your read on, get your policies clarified, and do your business right!