Are California employers required to have an IIPP in place?

Yes, businesses in California must have a written Injury and Illness Prevention Program (IIPP) no matter the size of the business. Each year, Cal/OSHA issues more fines to businesses in violation of the IIPP regulation than it does for any other standard. I can help you create an IIPP. Contact me for more information.

No more Jerks at Work!

SHRM provides us with guidance on how to create a jerk-free zone. Click below.


California judge strikes down proposition 22, finding that Rideshare and Delivery drivers are employees—not independent contractors


I-9 Audits – Errors can be costly

When I audit a client’s I-9’s, I find errors on 90% of the forms. I ask you – Have you had time to review your I-9 files? If you haven’t, you are risking not only the possibility of fines for each Form I-9 but also:

  1. Debarment from government contracts;
  2. A court order requiring the payment of back pay to the individual discriminated against;
  3. A court order requiring the employer to hire the individual discriminated against

Don’t delay. Contact me to learn how we can help your business succeed.

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