2014 Labor Law updates cover2015 Human Resources Updates

There were major forces at work in 2014 that have made the labor and employment landscape in 2015 more dynamic and unpredictable than in recent years. A volatile political climate, still-sluggish economy, historic swing in the mid-term elections and aggressive federal initiatives have left many employers wondering what 2015 holds in store. In this report, we cover some of the hottest employment and health care trends, plus new payroll, tax and benefits information.

The report draws on CPEhr’s wide breadth of experience in the employment law, health care, tax and workers’ compensation arenas.  Topics covered in the report include:

  • Paid Sick Leave
  • Legalization of Marijuana
  • EEOC Pregnancy Guidance
  • Social Media and Hiring Decisions
  • New 2015 California Employment Laws
  • California Workers’ Compensation Rates
    Highest in the Nation
  • IRS Increases Maximum Employee
    Contribution to Health Care FSAs
  • State Minimum Wages
  • 2015 Training and Development
    Webinar Schedule


9 HR Outsourcing Case-Studies

Case Studies web coverSometimes change is difficult. However, with foresight and initiative, the following businesses were able to see beyond their challenges and looked towards future solutions. Every client is different, and each one engaged CPEhr’s services to solve their unique business challenges. By applying a personalized solution to each situation, CPEhr successfully parterned with each client to achieve their strategies and long-term goals.


wage_hour_coverWage & Hour Law Changes on the Horizon

Labor and employment laws are constantly evolving and 2014/2015 were no exceptions. There are major changes on the horizon relating to wage-and-hour regulations, and employers who remain up-to-date on these changes will be in an excellent position to reduce the risk of financial penalties, civil suits, and even criminal charges. This article highlights four proposed changes to wage and hour laws which may significantly impact employers in the coming year:

      • Expansion of Overtime Pay
      • Minimum Wage Increases
      • The Paychecks Fairness Act
      • The Working Families Flexibility Act