It’s no secret that we are moving more and more towards hybrid work environments.
Archives for September 15, 2022
What Does It Mean To Be A Spiritual Leader In The Workplace?
As life moves past the pandemic, people are becoming more spiritual.
Why Half The Workforce Is Quiet Quitting, And What To Do About It
The phenomenon of “quiet quitting” has recently taken the workforce (and the internet) by storm.
How an attendance policy brought the U.S. to the brink of a nationwide rail strike
Like so many essential workers in the pandemic, the engineers and conductors who drive the nation’s freight trains have had it.
Railroad Unions and Companies Reach a Tentative Deal to Avoid a Strike
President Biden announced the agreement after negotiations brokered by the labor secretary lasted deep into the night.
Florida Minimum Wage for Standard and Tipped Employees Set to Increase by $1 on September 30, 2022
On September 30, 2022, the minimum wage in Florida will increase from $10 per hour to $11 per hour for standard employees and from $6.98 per hour to $7.98 per hour for tipped workers. This increase is part of the state’s plan to raise the rate to $15 per hour
In this episode, Jen reminds us why it’s so important to be kind at work.
Getting Local: City of Berkeley Local Ordinances
Bay area cities such as San Francisco and Oakland are well known for having local ordinances, and the City of Berkeley is no exception. Here are some of the important local ordinances that employers with employees in Berkeley should be aware of.
Effective July 1, 2022, Berkely’s
Rules Governing Oregon’s New Paid Family and Medical Leave Insurance Program and Equivalent Plan Application Process Finalized
On July 22, 2022 and August 22, 2022, the Oregon Employment Department (OED) published its latest rules governing Oregon’s new Paid Family and Medical Leave Insurance (PFMLI) program. The PFMLI program will be funded by employer and employee contributions in the form of payroll deductions beginning January 1, 2023