Alameda, CA—June 1, 2010—The Employer Resource Institute (ERI) is pleased to announce the launch of California Employer Daily (http://CED.BLR.com), a free reference website and daily email service specifically for California employers.
The site contains valuable information, including an ever-expanding library of free downloadable White Papers. CED focuses on the areas of greatest concern to California employers, including:
- Compliance with state and federal employment laws
- Recruiting and hiring
- HR management
- Job descriptions
- HR Policies
- Wage/Hour compliance and more
“Unlike many other publications on the Web, California Employer Daily is written specifically for HR professionals and employers in California. We understand the unique legal and regulatory requirements that they have to contend with every day,” says Matthew T. Humphrey, President of ERI. “We encourage employers to spread the word about CED to other businesses and colleagues who would benefit from it.”
To learn more about California Employer Daily, please visit http://CED.BLR.com.For media who would like more information please contact us at 510-764-1735.
The Employer Resource Institute offers practical, problem-solving information that clarifies employment law and workplace safety requirements for California employers. Many of ERI’s information products are written and edited by lawyers who live and work in California. ERI is a division of BLR® – Business & Legal Resources.
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