skip to Main Content
Call 775-400-1322 For An Initial Consultation info@hrindemand.com

HR Boot Camp

It’s Not Too Late to Register for HR Boot Camp!
     
Are you looking for more detailed HR compliance information? If so, you may be interested in attending the HR Boot Camp series geared toward small businesses. It’s a collaboration between NNHRA, TMCC, and the Reno + Sparks Chamber of Commerce. Melissa Marsh of HRinDemand will be presenting “Making Sense of HR Policies, Procedures, and Employee Handbooks” – register today!  Registration closes Monday, February 19, 2018.
     
HR BOOT CAMP – Thursdays, February 22 – March 15 from 7:45 AM – 10:00 AM at the Chamber of Commerce office. TMCC, Northern Nevada HR Association and the Reno + Sparks Chamber are partnered to provide experts on the following topics:
Read More

State of Nevada Domestic Violence Bulletin – Jan. 1, 2018

Are you aware of the recent State of Nevada Domestic Violence updates to Senate Bill 361, which became effective January 1, 2018? The Domestic Violence Bulletin states:

“An employee who has been employed by an employer for at 90 days and who is a victim of an act which constitutes domestic violence, or whose family or household member is a victim of an act which constitutes domestic

Read More

California Employment Regulations

CalChamber and California Employment Regulations
By: Melissa Marsh, MA, SPHR, SHRM-SCP

We are so close to California that we sometimes field questions about what’s happening with California’s employment requirements. Keeping updated on Federal and Nevada employment regulations keeps us busy at HRinDemand, leaving little time to keep up with California’s complicated and ever-changing employment regulatory climate.

Read More

OSHA Form 300A Deadline

If your company has 250 or more employees and is required to keep track of injuries and illnesses, you must file Form 300A (Summary of Work-Related Injuries and Illnesses) by December 15, 2017. Form 300 (Log of Work-Related Injuries and Illnesses) and Form 301 (Injury and Illness Incident Report) must be filed going forward.

If your company has 20-249 employees and is classified in an industry with historically high rates of occupational injuries and illnesses, you must file Form 300A.

Read More

CHECK AGAIN: Are You Using the Correct Form I-9?

What You Need to Know About the New Form I-9
By:
Caty DeLone, HR Consultant

The United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has released a new version of the Form I-9 that must be in use by all U.S. employers by September 18, 2017. It is important to note that this is the second version of the form to be released in less than 12 months. Although the changes to the form are subtle, it is important to familiarize yourself with them and ensure that you are utilizing the proper version of the form by the required date.

What Has Changed?

  • An update to the List of Acceptable Documents was made to now include as part of List C, the Department of State’s Form FS-240 Consular Report of Birth Abroad.
  • Changes have been made to the language within the instructions that describe when the Form I-9 must be completed.
  • The Office of Special Counsel for Immigration-Related Unfair Employment Practices (OSC) has now been changed to the Immigrant and Employee Rights Section (IER) in the Department of Justice’s Civil Rights Division.
Read More
Back To Top