The San Bernardino County Workforce Investment Board, through apartnership with the California Employers Association, hasannounced that they’ve now helped more than 100 businesses withfree human resources consulting.

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Horizon Hobby Inc., a medium-sized in Ontario, Calif., companyremains one of the service’s better-known success stories. TheirCalifornia operations opened in 1986 with a few stumbles as theystruggled to navigate the state’s myriad labor laws.

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“We try to provide our managers with updated information sowe’re always in compliance,” Horizon Hobby HR manager Eduardo Cruzexplained. “We want to make sure all of our employees areclassified correctly and we follow the letter of the law.”

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Cruz learned about the California Employers Association HRHotline funded with Workforce Investment Act funds from the SanBernardino County Workforce Investment Board.

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The Business Resource Unit of the San Bernardino CountyWorkforce Investment Board also administers the small businessworkshop program that’s provided roughly 1,500 companies withno-cost professionals in sales and marketing, cost-cutting, processefficiency and finance to help them strengthen theiroperations.

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