Lights Out Service!

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“Lights Out Service” started as an internal service mantra – referencing the light that illuminates when an employee has an unheard voicemail. Lights Out Services simply means we are available when our clients need us and respond quickly in the event we miss their call. What started out as such a simple concept has evolved into a much larger company culture of exceptional customer service. Lights Out Service is our promise to our clients for quick response times, thorough communications, and ensuring all the services of CoreMark Concierge are just a call away. Whether you come to us for a…
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Top 10 Laws, Regulations Affecting You in 2016 (Part 2)

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This is part 2 of our blog on new laws and regulations that can affect your business in 2016. Family leave expanded a little A school activities law has expanded the right of employees to take protected time off from work when searching for a school or childcare provider. The law, which applies to employers with 25 or more employees, requires employers to allow an employee to use eight hours in a calendar month, with a total of 40 hours in a calendar year, to find a school or a licensed childcare provider and to enroll or re-enroll a child,…
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Top 10 Laws and Regulations Affecting Business in 2016 (Part 1)

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AS WITH every New Year, businesses are faced with a slew of new laws and regulations. We’ve condensed them into a list of the top 10 most likely to affect your operations. 1. New teeth to gender equal pay laws A new state law adds teeth to the laws on gender pay equality. Before SB 358, employees seeking to prove pay discrimination had to demonstrate that they are not paid at the same rate as someone of the opposite sex at the same establishment for “equal work.” Under the new law, the requirement of “same establishment” has been deleted, and…
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