In This Issue .
  1. SDP Client Spotlight: Packing House Wines
  2. HR Toolkit: Employee File Organization that Works
  3. Employer Guide: An Overview of OSHA
  4. Office Inspo: 8 Ways to Express Employee Appreciation
  5. Hot Topic for 2019: The Federal Equal Pay Act
  6. Compliance Matters: DOL Proposes New Minimum Salary, Quarter-End Adjustments, OSHA 300 Logs
Trending Business Tips & News .
SDP Client Spotlight: Packing House Wines .
Every month, we highlight one of our clients with the SDP Client Spotlight. This month, we sat down with Sal Medina of  Packing House Wines. Join us as Sal uncorks common wine myths and shares the rich story of this must-visit wine bar, wine shop, and restaurant in the Claremont Packing House. Read More
EMPLOYEE FILE ORGANIZATION THAT WORKS
By Southland Data Processing

Learn how to keep your business compliant with this simple yet effective employee file organization system. What are you waiting for? Get organizing!

EMPLOYER GUIDE: AN OVERVIEW OF OSHA
By Southland Data Processing

Most employers are subject to OSHA requirements, though these regulations may vary depending on your industry. Stay up-to-speed with this OSHA overview!

8 WAYS TO EXPRESS EMPLOYEE APPRECIATION
By Southland Data Processing

In the spirit of Employee Appreciation Day (March 1), try out these 8 tips to cultivate a culture of appreciation and make Employee Appreciation Day... every day!

THE FEDERAL EQUAL PAY ACT: TRENDS FOR 2019
By Southland Data Processing

The push for pay equity has been gaining steam and shows no sign of slowing down. Read on to stay on top of all the latest updates for this hot topic of 2019!

Compliance Matters .
HR ALERT: DOL PROPOSES NEW MINIMUM SALARY

The Department of Labor (DOL) has released a new proposed rule to increase the minimum salary an employee must earn to be exempt from minimum wage and overtime under a white-collar exemption. Read more
REMINDER: QUARTER-END ADJUSTMENTS

As we approach the end of the first quarter of 2019, don't forget that any quarter-end payroll adjustments must be processed within 5 calendar days of your last scheduled check date!

If the 5th calendar day falls on a weekend, you will have until the following working day to complete your adjustments.
KEEP YOUR OSHA 300 LOG UP!

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) mandates all employers required to maintain the OSHA 300 Log of Work-Related Injuries and Illnesses to post a summary of the previous year's log from Feb. 1 to Apr. 30 each year. Read more
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What does "better" look like for your business? We'd love to sit down and chat with you about your business goals to take a step towards "better" together.
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