CEA provides many services to help employers. Below are a few of our services. Click on the topic to read more.
CEA's experienced human resource specialists give you prompt and accurate solutions over the phone, by email or onsite. Membership provides assistance on matters such as wage and hour compliance, employee handbooks, recruitment, trainings, union negotiations and organizational development.
CEA offers a wide assortment of professional trainings and workshops for everyone on your staff. Whether it's a live employer symposium, a webinar, online training, or onsite at your location. We offer the training you need. Learn more.
Sample Employee Handbooks
Our do-it-yourself employee handbook allows you to develop or revise your own company handbook. Our employee handbook ensures you are in compliance with all state and federal leave laws and up to date on wage and hour laws. Save yourself time, money and headaches. Read more.
Don’t have the time to screen and select a qualified candidate? Afraid that if you run an ad on Craig’s list, you’ll be bombarded with a million resumes? CEA can assist you with any part of your recruitment process, or you can let us do it all! Read more.
Rely on CEA’s professional compensation team to help you achieve your compensation program goals (e.g., recruit, engage, reward, and retain the right employees). Our team's strategic, yet practical approach will inspire confidence and credibility in your compensation program. Read more.
Injury Illness Prevention Program (IIPP)
Mandatory: Every business in California must have an Illness and Injury Prevention Plan. CEA Has three options to help you. Read more.
CEA is here to help you avoid making common errors that could result in costly and time consuming litigation. As a member of CEA, you receive the added benefit of professional representation if required. We can represent your firm in a variety of hearings, including unemployment, wage and hour, and labor commission hearings (not requiring an attorney by law). Learn more.
How you respond to workplace complaints could make the difference between a prompt and effective resolution of the matter and an expensive lawsuit. In cases involving allegations of sexual harassment or workplace safety violations, California law actually requires employers to investigate. When you uncover employee wrong doing, or an employee comes to you with a complaint, you have to be ready to investigate. Let CEA help you. Learn more.
Outplacement provides an individual in transition with the best chance for emotional support and success in obtaining a new position that matches their knowledge, experience, and values. Outplacement services cover a wide range of job search tools and resources. These include workshops and individual one-on-one sessions with a career consultant. Learn more.
Do you have Federal contracts or subcontracts worth $10,000 or more OR have 50 or more employees and contracts worth $50,000 or more OR are a construction contractor or subcontractor with a federal or federally assisted contract valued at more than $10,000? If this describes your organization, we and our distinguished professional network will help you avoid pitfalls and barriers resulting from affirmative action non-compliance. Read more.
All the CEA staff is very positive and upbeat.