Prevent promotion discrimination in the workplace
Promotion discrimination against any protected category in the workplace is against the law; eliminate liability by using HR best practices. Protected categories include race, religion, color, sexual orientation, medical conditions, etc. Employers are not allowed to discriminate against qualified employees when a promotion or hiring opportunity is available.
Employee Feedback is Critical!
Many buzz words are used for this tool – Opinion surveys, Engagement surveys, or Satisfaction surveys. The point being: “Engage your employees in your business” by asking them their opinions. Drive your business to success by creating an engaged workforce.
Employee Training and On-boarding
Offer training programs and opportunities for growth available to all employees. Training programs can help employees with career development by teaching them helpful skills and strategies to use at work. By providing training programs to all your staff, you help increase their knowledge and skills to reach their full potential. Provide all your employees with an equal opportunity to grow and develop at work, and move up the career ladder.
Safety Tip - Ergonomics
Proper ergonomics prevent carpal tunnel, back problems, and other conditions. Carpal Tunnel Syndrome is a common work-related condition that can be caused due to repetitive hand movements (like typing) and by working in an awkward or similar position for long periods of time. Lower back problems, upper limb problems, and neck complaints are other common work-related health problems.
Financial Seminars – Complimentary to your Company and to your Employees
Show your employees that you care about their financial futures by providing them with the knowledge and insight on how to manage their money and invest in your company’s 401(k) plan. Teach them how to budget and plan for their future – for them and their dependents; they will appreciate it very much! ECG has worked closely with Affluencer Financial in Los Angeles.
ECG’s HR Integrity Hotline
ECG offers a toll free “HR Integrity Hotline” to their clients. Employees are able to contact our office directly to share any employee relations issue they may have. Our HR consultants listen empathetically and document what the employee tells them. Our experienced consultants ask pertinent and relevant questions in preparation for any potential litigation or investigation, such as the date, time, names of witnesses, etc.
Training & Development: Teambuilding
There's more to work than just deadlines and assignments; camaraderie between employees is vital for your company’s success. Open communication amongst employees is essential to creating a positive and comfortable work environment. When employees get along and get to know one another, it can improve professional relations as well as promote understanding and cooperation; essentially leading to better quality and productivity at work.
Hourly employees and their smartphones: Hidden overtime?
The law requires that all hourly employees be paid for all hours worked. But with today's technology, it is difficult to keep track of those employees who use their smartphones "off work hours" for "work duties;” those hours must be paid! The separation of work life and personal life is becoming more transparent as employers and employees resort to working remotely on their smartphones and other technological devices.
Termination for Poor Performance Should Never Be a Surprise
Terminating employees for performance should never be a surprise. As an employer, you should always follow the correct procedures when terminating an employee. If the termination is due to poor work performance, make sure that you have coached the employee about that performance, and that your communications have been documented.
Time to post your OSHA summary
The Work-Related Injuries and Illnesses Summary - Form 300A must be posted from February 1 to April 30 of each year. The Form 300A summarizes the work-related injuries and illnesses that occurred at your organization during the previous calendar year. For example, any work related injuries occurred in 2018 must be reflected on the Form 300A and posted by February 1, 2019 to April 30 2019.