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WHAT WE DO
Whether you’re looking for an all-inclusive HR solution or a la carte payroll, staffing, or workers’ comp coverage, our friendly team can put together services tailored to your unique business needs.
Let us handle all your employment needs, from hiring to payroll to workers’ comp and more.
Hire right the first time! Bad hiring causes a high percentage of business failures.
Gain relief from administrative and regulatory burdens with our payroll options.
- Team Approach -
Since 1984, our specialists at Cardinal Services have been helping local businesses get back to doing what they do best -- while we take on the paperwork and headaches of being a business owner. Our staff has an average tenure of 10-years which shows in the range of professional solutions we are able to provide.
- Cardinal becomes Employer of Record
- Workers' Comp & Risk Management
- Employee Benefits
- Recruiting/Staffing services
- Application and Screening programs
- CRIMINAL BACKGROUND INVESTIGATIONS
- CUSTOMIZED TESTING
- Quarterly and Year-end reporting
- Automatic payroll tax filing
- Experienced Specialized Team
- Time Tracking
Increase in Number of Employee Paid Sick Days | SB-616 Effective January 1, 2024 The new law guarantees employees five paid sick days per year, up from three days. New Leave for Reproductive Loss | SB 848 Effective January 1, 2024 A subset of California’s bereavement leave law allows up to five days off […]About this event
EMPLOYERS REQUIRED TO USE THE LATEST VERSION OF FORM I-9 STARTING TODAY, WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 1, 2023 The new form from U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services has been available to download since August–but is now required for all employers to use as of today, NOVEMBER 1, 2023. The new I-9 form includes the following form alterations: Format […]About this event
OREGON EMPLOYERS Don’t forget Oregon Labor Laws on Meal and Rest Periods for Your Employees! Oregon Bureau of Labor & Industries [BOLI] requires employers to provide PAID rest periods of at least 10 minutes for adults and 15 minutes for minors during each four hours (or major portion) of work time. As far as possible, […]About this event
What OREGON Employers Need to Know to Stay Compliant with Labor Regulations Veterans Day is a Federal Holiday Currently, four states in the U.S. require employers to give their employees who are veterans time off on Veterans Day (November 11th). Those states include Oregon, Iowa, Massachusetts and New Hampshire. Request for Veterans Day […]About this event
If you employ in California, you will need to make changes to your background check process to comply with the new Fair Chance Act (FCA) regulations CURRENT LAW – The California Fair Chance Act The original law went into effect in 2018. It prohibits employers from asking about an applicant’s criminal history until after […]About this event
Onboarding is a detailed process by which new hires are integrated into a company. Onboarding is not just about completing new-hire paperwork and training; it must also include learning about your organization’s operational structure, culture, mission, values, and vision for the future. Most valuable of all, a robust onboarding program will also include the opportunity […]About this event
You may need an AI Policy for your employees! Employers with knowledge workers should consider setting employer expectations around the use of artificial intelligence (AI) in the workplace. A knowledge worker is anyone who has to think as part of their job and must produce some output—such as creating newsletters, content, reports, emails—anything that […]About this event
New state laws require employers to stop this practice. Past Common Practice of Rounding Hours For years, many employers have used the practice of time clock rounding employees’ work hours to the nearest five-minute, six-minute, or up to a 15-minute interval. This practice is lawful under the Federal Fair Labor Standards Act [FLSA] as […]About this event
After three years of leniency, The U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is ending its temporary COVID-19-related I-9 policies. US employers will no longer be exempt from in-person inspections of new hires’ identity and employment eligibility forms. The government will end the granted flexibility from 2020, effective July 31, 2023. What this Means for […]About this event