Tools and resources to guide your human resources policies

At SDHR Consulting we have put together this list of resources in the hopes that it will help educate and provide valuable insight. Use these resources to stay up-to-date on compliance, human resources policies issues, and explore best practices. In addition, feel free to browse through our resource center to find a cornucopia of information on a number of human resource matters. We consider this the handbook for human resources experts across the states that covers whatever regulations your HR team needs to know.

Find

These resources under the “find” category are intended to help guide you through the process of finding potential candidates. Take a look through these links so you can explore the best practices and policies.

Hire

Another important step when it comes to finding new candidates is making sure to hire them correctly. For that reason, we have created a list specifically for “hire” that provides valuable information on policies and procedures.

  • Employer Registration Requirements
  • Employee or Independent Contractor?  Check here.
  • Wage Order 4-2001:  Wages, Hours & Working Conditions in the Professional, Technical, Clerical, Mechanical
  • Employee’s First Day – What Should I Do?
    • IRS W-4 Form
    • U.S. Immigration: Employment Verification I-9
    • Workers’ Compensation Time of Hire Notice
    • Disability Insurance Brochure DE 2515
    • Sexual Harassment Notice
    • Paid Family Leave Information
    • Notice for Hiring a Non-Exempt Employee
    • New Employee Registration Requirements
    • Q & A
    • DE 340
  • Hiring Minor Employee’s
    • Minor’s work permits click here
    • Guidelines for Teen employees
  • Independent Contractor Registration Requirements
  • Labor Code Section 2810.5 Notice
  • Predesignation of personal physician/chiropractor form
  • Payroll

Retain

Certainly, when you put so much effort into finding and hiring the right candidate, it is important to make sure you do everything you can to retain this individual. Therefore, we have provided this list of resources on retaining candidates that will help educate you on various subjects. These subjects include information on anti-harassment, disability, reducing stress in the workplace, and more so you can feel at ease.

  • Anti-Harassment Pamphlet
  • Harassment and Discrimination Notice
  • Tips for Managing Stress at Work Safety
  • California Department of Industrial Relations eTool (Training, Meetings, Best Practices)
  • Ergonomics
  • Workers’ Compensation:  Online Guidebook for Employees
  • Employer Injury Report Form OSHA 5020
  • Workers’ Compensation Claim Form DWC-1
  • Notice to Employees – Injuries Caused by Work DWC-7
  • Cal OSHA Injury Reporting Spreadsheet for Forms 300, 300A, 301
  • OSHA-Want a Free Assessment? Check out the free services through CalOSHA
  • SDHR Consulting Guidelines for Safety Training
  • eTool to create an Injury Illness Prevention Plan (IIPP)  Do you need one?  Check here.
  • Low Hazard Industries
  • High Hazard Industries
  • IIPP for High Hazard Model
  • IIPP for Non-High Hazard Model
  • Heat Illness Prevention Plan and Training
  • Helpful CalOSHA Publications for all Industries
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Terminate

Terminating an employee is an often tough and tense subject, but it does not always have to be stressful. Thankfully, HR services provide you with everything you need to do in order to make sure everything is done correctly. Above all, take a look at these human resources policies that will help you stay in the know when it comes to policies and guidelines for termination.

Laws That Apply to Your Business

At SDHR Consulting, we know that laws can quickly become complex and often confusing. For that reason, we have compiled a list of resources that you can quickly look through so that you can be in the know.

Quick Reference
California State Agencies
Federal Agencies
State Laws & Regulations