Vantaggio HR is a human resource consulting company providing business-savvy solutions to employers of all sizes, across all industries. We specialize in employment law compliance, resolving complex employee issues, and implementing sound HR policies and procedures. Companies engage us either on a project basis or as their full-time HR department. Our clients experience a lower risk for lawsuits, more productive relationships with their employees, and significantly less stress over managing their staff.
We take the Human Resources Administrative burden and control costs with our Variable Cost Model. For nearly a quarter century we have been helping our clients remove the burden of the tedious administrative duties so they can focus on more strategic HR initiatives. We can scale up or down in... Read More
HR Unlimited’s proven strategies have streamlined the process of Affirmative Action Plan development, allowing us to provide plans to our clients on an expedited timeline. Our mission is to provide superior client-focused and cost-effective specialized human resources to our clients. Read More
As a provider of human resource solutions designed to enhance the employee experience while streamlining employee management and compliance activities, Trupp HR is reinventing HR from the ground up with a progressive and relevant approach that scales with the evolving needs of today’s business... Read More
Generally, both federal and state law provide that an exempt employee must be paid his/her full salary for any workweek in which he/she performs any work, regardless of the number of days or hours worked, subject to limited exceptions. California employers are cautioned to pay particular... Read more
Both federal and state law provide minimum wage, overtime, and other protections (such as working conditions, meal and rest periods, call-in pay, etc.) to employees. The definitions of an “employee” are sometimes confusing. Typically, an “employee” is anyone who is “employed by an employer.” To... Read more
On November 23, 2009, the California Department of Industrial Relations (DIR) Division of Labor Standards Enforcement (DLSE) issued an opinion letter on the topic of an employer making deductions from an exempt employee’s vacation or sick leave balances. This new opinion letter affirms that... Read more