California Payroll offers a number of products to assist your HR department.

From harassment training programs and COVID-19 posters to background check services and labor law posters, our products and programs keep you up-to-date and compliant in the evolving HR industry.

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Harassment Training Store Overview

Harassment lawsuits can happen at any time. Educate your employees with Workplace Harassment Training.

California regulations require that all new hires attend Sexual Harassment Prevention training within 30 days or 100 hours of employment. Additionally, all employees will need to retrain every two years.

Visit the Workplace Harassment Prevention Store today!

Harassment Training Programs Available:

  • Sexual Harassment Prevention Training
  • Workplace Violence Awareness and Preventing Training
  • Ethics & Code of Conduct Training
  • Unity in Diversity
  • Remote Workforce Communications and Best Practices

There are also Sexual Harassment Posters available to post your company’s zero-tolerance harassment policy where all employees can see it.

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Cal/OSHA Compliance Store

As a convenience for customers, California Payroll operates its Cal OSHA Compliance Store, providing the most in-demand HR and OSHA products, including:

Keep your business and your employees safe. Check out our Cal/OSHA Compliance Store!

Compliance kits for restaurants, GHS, Medical & office from OSHA Compliance Store.

Background Checks

Through our partnership with National Crime Search (NCS), we now provide our customers access to a simple and affordable background screening solution.

The full service background screening includes:

  • Social Security Number Verifications
  • County Criminal History Searches
  • Multi-State Database Searches
  • Single State Searches
  • Sex Offender Searches
  • Motor Vehicle Records
  • Healthcare Industry services
  • Tenant Screening
  • Volunteer Screening

Labor Law Posters

Why do I need Labor Law posters?

Labor Law posters are required by law. All employers with at least one employee are required to post the most up-to-date State and Federal labor law postings.  To minimize risk of non-compliance, businesses are responsible for monitoring the current Federal and State specific labor law changes. Avoiding fines & Penalties It is the responsibility of all employers to remain compliant with 8 labor law postings by displaying the latest, most up-to-date notices, to prevent penalties and risks of non-compliance. Failure to post up-to-date labor law postings can result in fines up to $17,000 per customer location (29 USC Sec. 666(i) and 29 USC Sec. 2005).

Since 2010 there has been over 400 different changes in state and federal labor law postings. State and federal law requires employers to post labor law notices in the workplace. These mandatory postings include the OSHA Posting, Federal Minimum Wage, FMLA, USERRA and various state specific notices.  Failure to post mandatory labor law notices can result in hefty fines and lawsuits. We offer a practical solution.

We offer a practical solution.

  • Labor Law Poster Compliance
  • Make compliance easy with the worry free Poster Solution
  • State & Federal Labor Law Postings meet all mandatory requirements
  • Worry-free poster solution provides year-round labor law posting compliance by keeping your business up-to-date with changes.
  • What’s Included: Up-to-date All In One State & Federal Labor Law Poster
  • $25,000 Fine-Reimbursement Guarantee
  • Cost savings & peace of mind

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Recent / Anticipated Changes To State and Federal Labor Law Postings

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ePosterService for Remote Employees

Here Are Just a Few of the Features

  • Digital Service Accessed through Online Platform
  • White Labeled with Your Logo (Optional)
  • Pay-As-You-Go Subscription
  • Federal, State, County and City Notices, plus Updates
  • Backed by a $25,000 ‘We Pay The Fine’ Guarantee
  • Certificate of Acknowledgement Feature Included (eSignatures)
  • Dashboard and Reporting

Avoid Hefty Fines and Lawsuits with Our Labor Law ePosterService

Employers are legally obligated to make mandatory labor law notices available to their entire workforce and this obligation extends to remote employees.

Finally, there is a comprehensive compliance solution engineered specifically for remote employees and non-traditional worksites.