Human Resources and Outsourcing COBRA

Employers bear the burden of administering benefits correctly and abiding by federal laws.  One in particular, known as COBRA (Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act), was established in 1985 and revised in 1999 in order to help protect those individuals who lose their employer-provided health group coverage to life events such as termination, a new job, divorce, or the death of a covered

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Myths and Facts

The PEO industry exists to help business’s successfully navigate the myriad of employment law matters that govern business operations that employ staff.  Services include outsourced HR, employee benefits, payroll, workers’ compensation, recruiting, risk/safety management, training and development. With this PEO service sometimes comes uncertainty and reservations as companies grow and begin researching their options. Listed below are some true “Facts: about CPEhr and

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Sacramento City Council Approves $12.50 Minimum Wage

The Sacramento City Council approved a measure Tuesday that raises the city’s minimum wage to $12.50 over five years and ties it to inflation thereafter. The final vote was 6-3. Here is the wage scale the council approved Tuesday night:   2017: $10.50 2018: $11.00 2019: $11.75 2020: $12.50 The approved proposal also makes other significant changes: ▪ More small businesses will get more

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