The National Labor Relations Board clarified its rerun election procedures in cases of uncontested election misconduct. Dynamic Concepts, 371 NLRB No. 117 (July 22, 2022).
Archives for August 11, 2022
A manager’s guide to staying together when your team is often apart.
Worker wrote ‘whore board’ on OT sheet to protest company policy
When the in-office experience is moved into a remote work environment, the same structures and processes in place don’t necessarily translate as well as expected.
Managing a narcissist in the workplace can be tough.
In a changing world, is it better to be a specialist or a generalist?
1 in 4 organizations surveyed by Gartner in July said that they do not provide any resources to help manage workplace tensions amid tense political and social issues, according to a report the agency sent to HR Dive
California legislators are primed to follow a few pioneering states when they decide whether to advance a bill granting employees statutory protections to use cannabis.
I’ve written a few times about both the value of older workers and the need for society to change how we perceive older people.
“It’s become apparent nobody wants to work in these hard times.”
The Colorado General Assembly was busy drafting and passing numerous employment laws during its 2022 legislative session, creating a wave of change for employers in the Centennial State.
The Colorado Department of Labor and Employment (CDLE) has been busy this summer with the release of several Interpretive Notice & Formal Opinions (INFOs), providing guidance on the evolving landscape of Colorado employment law.
In this episode, Jen reminds listeners about their obligations under the Cal/OSHA ETS, what to do when COVID-19 hits their workplace, and how the CDPH’s revised definition of “close contact” may change your employer practices.