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New human resources hotline available for San Luis Obispo County employers

Author: Paso Robles Daily News Staff
Date: 10/25/2023 8:59 AM

New human resources hotline available for San Luis Obispo County employers

Resource is the result of local tax dollars, strategic partnerships

– The Atascadero Chamber of Commerce has announced that the Workforce Development Board has partnered with the California Employer’s Association (CEA) in purchasing a no-cost human resources (HR) hotline for all San Luis Obispo County businesses to use as a resource. SLO County businesses can call 888-710-0905 on Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. for assistance.

This hotline provides expert advice and guidance on a wide range of human resources topics. Designed to assist businesses of all sizes in San Luis Obispo County, this resource can become an essential tool for workforce management and compliance.

“Your tax dollars are truly at work for the benefit of our local business community. The HR Hotline is a testament to the power of strategic partnerships in supporting our employers and enhancing their HR practices,” said Josh Cross, CEO of the Atascadero Chamber of Commerce.

Key features of the hotline include:

1. Expert guidance: Businesses can now access expert advice from certified HR professionals, ensuring they receive the most accurate and up-to-date information.

2. No-cost service: The hotline is available to all San Luis Obispo County employers at no cost, making it an accessible and cost-effective resource for businesses of all sizes.

3. Comprehensive HR support: Employers and employees can seek guidance on a wide range of HR topics, including hiring and firing best practices, paid sick leave laws, wage and hour laws, employee handbook policies, HR compliance, accommodations in the workplace, and much more.

4. Confidential and trustworthy: The hotline ensures the confidentiality of discussions, allowing employers and employees to openly address their HR concerns.

“As we witness the growing importance of workforce management and compliance, the HR Hotline provides a means for businesses to stay informed and in compliance with HR regulations while fostering a more inclusive and productive workplace,” Cross said, “We are thrilled to promote this important tool for SLO County businesses.”