Every business has an HR management component that understands legal compliance is critical. But do you know the most common legal mistakes made by HR?
When most businesses are in their beginning stages, payroll management is typically a fairly simple task. Often, depending on the size of the start-up, it can be the owner managing payroll. The bookkeeping is usually straightforward, and payroll consisted of the owner and maybe just a few employees.
The larger your company becomes, the more time-consuming and complex your payroll functions become. And the never-ending parade of federal and state regulations and changes doesn't help.
[Payroll management is a fundamental aspect of business operations. This post has been revised and updated from an earlier post from June 2015]
Businesses in California are subject to an every increasing number of CA labor laws and regulations that govern the employment relationship. And their HR managers are tasked with understanding and complying with them to avoid costly fines and other penalties.