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You have a small business in California with fewer than 50 employees. You may or may not think you need an Human Resources (HR) professional.

MyHR Expert provides the right level of human resources support to your business when you need it.

Our consultants have a minimum of eight years of generalist or specialist experience and most have much more. You have a business to run and employees are likely the most expensive part of your business. They are both your greatest asset and your greatest liability. When an HR issue arises, you can confidently say, “Let me check with MyHR Expert.

There is more to HR than you may think.

You have an administrative assistant or accountant and you may think:
  • “They do payroll.”
  • “They post job ads.”
  • “I interview candidates.”
  • “We both have a role in hiring.”
“Therefore, when it comes to HR, we’ve got it covered.” Chances are, you don’t. You don’t need an HR department or even a full-time HR professional, but did you know that HR is far more than recruiting, hiring and payroll? In fact, even when it comes to recruiting and hiring there’s more to it than meets the administrative assistant’s eyes.

Take this quiz to determine how much you know about basic HR regulations:

  1. Do you know who you can legally hire as an independent contractor vs. employee?
  2. Do you have legally required posters readily viewable for your employees (even if you only have 2)?
  3. Do you know the documents or forms you must provide or collect when an employee is hired?
  4. Do you have an employee handbook created for companies with fewer than 50 employees? (If you have a handbook created for more than 50 employees you are locking yourself into expensive benefits and red-tape that you aren’t required to follow – until you put it in your handbook.)
  5. Are you prepared for an EEOC complaint?
  6. Are your employment practices ADA and EEO compliant?
  7. Do you know the state, city, and county regulations that affect your business?
  8. Do you know if you are required to provide health care benefits?
  9. Have your employees received legally required trainings?
  10. Are you consciously creating a culture poised for growth?
If you answered “no” or “I don’t know” to any of these questions, you need some HR support. You don’t yet need to hire an HR manager or director, but you do need knowledgable support and a place to turn before you have questions. What you don’t know, you don’t know, is likely to get you in trouble.

We are here to help!

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