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Coach This! A TargetCW Retreat

Influencers at TargetCW gather for annual retreat to discuss strengths, coaching and mentoring. Ritz Carlton Rancho Mirage was flooded with TargetCW employees dressed in Coach THIS! t-shirts for a 3-day conference/workshop. It was a wonderful retreat designed to launch this new phase of our company growth and culture. “We’ve had 8 amazing years of growth, corporate […]

Fun Company Meeting & Crazy Announcement

We had an amazing company meeting last week. To celebrate the hard work of our employees and to reward them for such a successful year, our CEO announced that he will be taking the entire TargetCW corporate family to Cabo, Mexico!!! Do CEO’s like this even exist? So later this year we will all be […]

The Benefits Of Using Interns

If you have never had an intern before, you might not know why others do, and the benefits to having one and what to expect. The idea of having an intern is to give someone an opportunity to learn the particulars of the job in exchange for gaining the labor from that job. Interns either […]

ACA Regulations & 1099 Classification: Are You Compliant?

Don’t Ignore the Warning Signs! Two of the most critical components of managing a workforce are compliance with the Affordable Care Act legislation (ACA or Obamacare) and Independent Contractor classification (1099). Employers are bombarded with information about the failure to comply because of the risk of penalty and heavy taxation. For many businesses, it’s not […]

Step out of your cluttered headspace to do better work

What national yoga month should mean for your work life September is National Yoga Month! But don’t worry. This doesn’t mean you have to spend the month trying to perfect your One-Handed Tree pose (seriously, don’t try this one alone!). However, it can mean intentionally doing a small behavior in your workday to make the […]

The San Diego Union-Tribune Recognized TargetCW as one of the Top Workplaces in 2015

The San Diego Union-Tribune recognized TargetCW as one of the top places to work in San Diego in 2015. We’re pretty excited about it, but with outstanding customer service, a culture of hard work and fun, and a frozen yogurt machine, we’re not surprised. Looking for a job? Why not join our team? Need help? We […]

The Age of Contingent Workers

We live and work in a very different world than we did 20 years ago. Technology has completely changed the way in which we do business and many of the once-assumed realities of the workplace have vanished. One of the biggest changes that has come to the modern marketplace is the emergence of the contingent […]

Working Internationally – The Perils and Pitfalls

When your company grows, it’s really exciting. You get new clients, you expand into new regions, and you need to hire more workers. If you’re growing really fast, you might even consider expanding into other countries and utilizing contingent workers there. While this can be exciting, it can also be problematic. Here are six hurdles […]

Human Resource Need to Know: Sketchy Sick Days

Imagine this scenario: Robert is a California employee who has accrued two sick days at his current job. Following Labor Day, he called in sick, providing himself with a 4-day weekend. His boss was suspicious and gave him a verbal warning. But, Robert was well within his legal rights and could pursue legal action or […]

Please Wear Deodorant!

Do you remember how bad everyone starts to smell right before they realize it’s time to wear deodorant? Thankfully, somewhere around middle school, a kind-hearted adult – a gym teacher, parent, or concerned citizen – initiates that awkward conversation and hands you a travel-size Speed Stick. Thank God for the people willing to be honest […]