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March 2015

It’s The Luck O’ the….HR People!

We, as HR professionals, like to think that we’re fairly savvy when it comes to HR laws, but the government sure does keep us guessing a lot! So, yes, luck sometimes does come into play!

It’s hard to believe that we’ve been engrossed in the ACA for five years now – still without good clarity! In addition to ACA regulations changing and shifting over the course of the years, we are just now feeling the full effect of the law with the added reporting requirements. Unfortunately, they aren’t proving to be the pot o’ gold that we were all hoping for!

If any of you are like me, it’s difficult to stay abreast of everything occurring with the ACA when you have employee relations, staffing, and a plethora of other HR issues to deal with on a daily basis. Fortunately, I’ve found some relief through our broker. I must say that having an experienced and knowledgeable broker has been a boon for us, as we muddle our way through the many facets of the law.

For those of you that feel as overwhelmed as we do at my organization, there’s additional relief in sight! NCHR-SD has an ACA expert coming to speak to our group in June. Highlighted in the discussion will be any changes and updates that have happened recently with the law. Be sure to put it on your calendar, and then, maybe, more than luck will be with us!


Janet M. Mainenti, M.A., SPHR


                                         NCHR-SD LEGAL UPDATE


March 2015 


California Labor Commissioner Revises Sick Pay Notice Obligation
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Announcment:  Partner Event


San Diego Employers Association is hosting a roundtable event.


Topic: Struggling with Workers' Comp Administration? You are Not Alone

Event Description: Susan England, England, Ponticello & St. Clair
Those who have the responsibility of handling workers’ comp claims, whether from an administrative standpoint or from a financial standpoint, must stay on top of the complex issues associated with workers’ comp.
Employers understandably struggle with the employee who doesn’t cooperate—not returning calls, not going to doctor or physical therapy appointments as required, refusing light or modified duty. Employers often wonder when, if ever, they can terminate benefits or even employment; struggling with accommodation requests and fitness for duty tests.
The purpose of this roundtable is to provide attendees with practical, up-to-date information on the workers’ compensation process while providing practical tips and resources.

When: March 20, 2015 from 11:30a.m.-1:00 p.m. (Lunch Included)
Where: SDEA Training Facility – 4180 Ruffin Rd., Ste. 295, San Diego, CA 92123
Cost: $35 Members/ $45 Non-Members
To Register: Visit, email, or call 858-505-0024


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