STATE WEBSITES

California State Legislature : This site provides information and updates on pending legislation in the State Senate and Assembly.

City and County of San Francisco : SFGOV is the official website of the government of the City and County of San Francisco, providing information about departments, meetings, legislation, and more — including information on the SF HCSO.

Department of Insurance (DOI) : This site provides insurance guides and information on Workers Compensation.

Department of Industrial Relations (DIR): This site is an excellent resource for information and updates on Workers’ Compensation, Labor Law, OSHA regulations, and much more.

Department of Fair Employment and Housing (DFHL): This site provides information about FEHA – Fair Employment and Housing Act.

Employment Development Department (EDD): This site offers information on disability insurance, paid family leave, payroll tax information, veterans, and many downloadable forms and pamphlets in many languages.

FEDERAL WEBSITES

I-9 Central: A website providing information on I-9 completion, acceptable documents, and I-9 retention and storage.

Department of Labor (DOL): This site provides information on federal OSHA statistics, the Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA), the Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification Act (WARN), and other federal labor laws.

Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC): Site with lots of information about federal EEO laws, discrimination types and discriminatory practices, covered entities, etc.

Internal Revenue Service: THE source for all employment related forms and newsletters from the IRS.

Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA): This site is a resource for information on OSHA regulations, free publications, safety and health links, and many more services.

Social Security Administration

U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS): Forms and information on immigration laws, regulations, guides, services, and benefits.

OTHER RESOURCES

California Broker Magazine

California Healthcare Foundation: Their Health Coverage Guide provides employers with information about benefit options, requirements, and legal obligations. If you’re thinking of offering insurance for the first time, or changing the type of plan offered, this is an excellent site to peruse.

Workforce Online: (formerly HR Headquarters) Workforce articles and focused bulletin boards.

Small Business Administration (SBA): Information on starting, financing, and expanding a business. Also provides SBA offices and training courses information, as well as, state/federal links

PDF Downloads

getacrobatOnce you’ve downloaded the forms, opening and printing them requires Adobe Acrobat Reader. To download a free copy of this software, click here.

fmlaen_thumb2013 FMLA Updates: The U.S. Department of Labor’s Wage and Hour Division will publish a Final Rule to implement statutory amendments to the Family and Medical Leave Act of 1993 (FMLA). The final rule expands the military family leave provisions and incorporates a special eligibility provision for airline flight crew employees, as well as making some additional regulatory changes. More information is available at the Wage and Hour Division’s FMLA Final Rule Website (February 5, 2013).

Adobe-ReaderNotice to Employees — Injuries Caused By Work:
Advises employees of workers’ compensation benefits. Claims administrators and employers need to revise the notice they are currently using.

i9_thumbI-9: Instructions for Completing Form I-9 (Employment Eligibility Verification Form), and the form, itself.

National Labor Relations Act Employee Rights Notice: As of April 30, 2012, most private sector employers will be required to post a notice advising employees of their rights under the National Labor Relations Act. The notice should be posted in a conspicuous place, where other notifications of workplace rights and employer rules and policies are posted. Employers also should publish a link to the notice on an internal or external website if other personnel policies or workplace notices are posted there.

For more information about this requirement visit NLRB.gov/poster. English versions are available for download on the links below.

8.5×11 Poster, English 11×17 Poster, English
8.5×11 Poster, Spanish 11×17 Poster, Spanish
8.5×11 Poster, Chinese 11×17 Poster, Chinese
8.5×11 Poster, Japanese 11×17 Poster, Japanese
8.5×11 Poster, Vietnamese 11.17 Poster, Vietnamese

HRI sells laminated copes of this poster. Call 925.556.4404, or click here to download an order form.

nosmoking_thumbSan Francisco “No Smoking” Poster: San Francisco Ordinance No. 58-10. permits smoking at the curb, or, if no curb, at least 15 feet from entrances, exits, operable windows, and vents.

nosmokingab846_thumb“No Smoking” Poster:  AB 846 prohibits smoking within 20 feet of any main entrance, exit, or operable window of a public building. “No Smoking” signs are required to be posted by all entries and exits, and Cal/OSHA places the responsibility of enforcement on the landlord and tenants. Currently, this new law only applies to buildings owned or leased by government agencies, including city, county, state, and federal businesses, including colleges in California. However, it is likely this will eventually be applied to private businesses as well.

sfminwage_thumbSan Francisco Minimum Wage Poster: The new minimum wage became effective January 1, 2014, and all employers with offices in San Francisco must post this in a visible location along with other state and federal posters. For more information, contact us.

sfhcsonotice_thumb2014 San Francisco Health Care Security Ordinance (HCSO) Notice:  All “Covered Employers” — businesses with 20 or more employees and nonprofit organizations with 50 or more employees — must post the Official OLSE Notice at every workplace or job site. (PDF in 6 languages)

restandmealperiods_thumbRest and Meal Periods: Summary of rest and meal period requirements for the State of California as set forth by the Division of Labor Standards Enforcement (DLSE)