California employers often require applicants to undergo criminal background checks. Various state and federal employment laws govern this process, and employers must ensure their practices comply with those laws.
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Employers use the form I-9 to verify the identity and legal authorization to work of all paid employees in the United States. Unfortunately, it is not always easy to properly and timely complete the I-9, and significant liability can result from getting it wrong. We address some common form I-9 compliance challenges below.
Joshua Henderson and Christopher Patrick Author “California Updates Pay Data Reporting Requirements for 2024,” published by SHRM.
Union membership continued its overall decline, according to a Bureau of Labor Statistics report.
The novel lawsuit by a J&J worker alleges employees overpaid for some drugs
Upper management sometimes makes choices you don’t like. How can you navigate your disappointment with grace and resilience?
Introverts may often be ignored at offices, but many of their skills are vital to the workplace, like creativity, innovation, and better listening
In the modern business landscape, a positive workplace culture isn’t just a nice-to-have, it’s the only way to avoid people talking shit about you on social media (and also, the right thing to do).
When I tell fellow business leaders from the U.S. about our U.K.-based startup’s PTO policy, they often marvel at its “generosity.”
Dell has told some workers they must start going into the office about three days a week.
A federal appeals court is set to consider the legality of a National Labor Relations Board ruling expanding the agency’s ability to order employers to pay for economic harm stemming from a labor law violation.
Walmart recently made two significant announcements to get more of its publicly traded shares into the hands of employees.
Fast food companies fueled a surge in child labor violations in 2023, with thousands of teenagers illegally scheduled to work late and long hours.
Judge Mark H. Epstein acknowledged his court attempted to “thread the needle” of adhering to free speech laws while also considering allegations of misconduct and discrimination.
Three of the forces that propped up profits may now be weakening