Posts in category Human Resource Compliance Law

OmegaComp HR – Proud Recipient of the Mother-Baby Friendly Workplace Award

OmegaComp HR – Proud Recipient of the Mother-Baby Friendly Workplace Award

OmegaComp HR is proud the proud recipient of the Sacramento Breastfeeding Coalition’s Mother-Baby Friendly Workplace Award. This year in May, Senator Pan hosted the Mother-Baby Friendly Workplace Awards in collaboration with the California Breastfeeding Coalition and the Sacramento Breastfeeding Coalition to recognize businesses that have successfully addressed workplace barriers for breastfeeding mothers. “Breastfeeding is one […]

When is “De minimis” not de minimis?

When is “De minimis” not de minimis?

What does De minimis mean? Wikipedia defines De minimis as a Latin expression meaning about minimal things, normally as, de minimis non curat lex (“The law does not concern itself with trifles”). In risk assessment, it refers to a level of risk that is too small to be concerned with or does not merit review of […]

In 2016, Some Employers Will Need AIR

In 2016, Some Employers Will Need AIR

Affordable Care Act Information Returns ALE (Applicable Large Employers) will need to report certain information on their employer-sponsored group health coverage to both participants and the IRS starting in early 2016. Any employer who is preparing 250 or more information returns* must file those returns electronically with the IRS using its new ACA Information Returns […]

ACA compliance and reporting in 2016, are you ready?

ACA compliance and reporting in 2016, are you ready?

ACA Changes to Tax Reporting in 2016 and Beyond. The requirements of the Affordable Care Act starting in 2016 have many employers doing everything from hiding under their desks to ignoring it until it’s time to pay the piper. This complex legislation requires employers to track employee hours monthly, offer health care coverage in accordance to […]

Why is Human Resource Management Important?

Why is Human Resource Management Important?

The Human Resource Management of your business is the hub at which all points of contact are maintained, the work culture is established and enforced, staffing levels and employee training maintained, salary and benefits packages are evaluated and provided, employee advancement and discipline is conducted, and salary is evaluated. You could say that HR is […]

June is National Safety Month

June is National Safety Month

For the month of June, we put emphasis on creating a workplace with a healthy safety culture. What is a safety culture? Safety culture is the ways in which safety is managed in the workplace. It supports a high priority on a maintaining a safe workplace through philosophy and values that are supported by both management and employees. […]

2015 California Employment Laws Part 2: Wage and Hour

2015 California Employment Laws Part 2: Wage and Hour

Part 2 of a 4-part series on California Wage and Hour Law changes. Wage and Hour compliance is one of the most challenging areas of HR and one area where having an outsourced HR team of experts can save you a lot of money by lowering risk for workplace compliance. In 2015, many new laws […]

California Wage Garnishment Laws

California Wage Garnishment Laws

California Garnishment Law and Exemptions The California [wage] garnishment law is complex. Any specific questions regarding California garnishment exemptions, or other areas of garnishment law in California should be directed to a California wage garnishment attorney. However, under California law, the following types of income [types] are usually not subject to wage garnishment: Public and private […]