In this episode, Jen discusses California’s pay transparency rules in more detail, including the new pay scale requirements.
In this episode, Jen explains why soft skills are particularly important after COVID-19, and offers suggestions to help everyone in your organization focus on this key development area.
In this episode, Jen reminds us about the importance of performance management, and offers a number of key tools to make the process effective and relatively low risk.
In this episode, Jen discusses why many employers should be focused on retention this year, and provides several proven strategies to keep employees engaged and committed.
By now, most Californians know that beginning in January 2023, certain employers must include a pay scale in their job postings. In addition, all employers must provide current employees with their pay scales upon request. Although applicants and employees likely welcome the enactment of Senate Bill 1162, or the “Pay Transparency Act,” employers face some new responsibilities.
In this episode, Jen reveals the top workplace trends for 2023, including remote/hybrid working, flexible/alternative schedules, surveillance, and employee retention strategies.
Well, we have a bit of clarification on SB 1162’s new pay scale disclosure requirements. The Department of Industrial Relations (DIR) updated the existing “California Equal Pay Act” FAQs a few days ago. You can find them here.
In this episode, Jen examines a few of the new California laws for 2023, and offers a “to do” list for HR professionals.
Jennifer Shaw appeared on “The Afternoon News with Kitty O’Neal” to talk about new rules in California affecting workplace COVID regulations and pay. You can listen to the interview here.
The rise of remote work over the past few years has significantly changed the modern white-collar workplace. Many candidates now view remote work opportunities as a key part of a competitive job offer. Even employers who prefer an on-site workforce may feel compelled to explore remote work options to attract and retain talent.
As predicted, the Cal/OSHA Standards Board last night adopted the COVID-19 Prevention Non-Emergency Regulation. Notably, the current ETS will remain in effect while the Office of Administrative Law (“OAL”) reviews the new regulation, and will not expire on December 31, 2022. The OAL has 30 days to complete its review, and if approved, the new regulation will be effective for two years.
In this episode, Jen reveals her 12 wishes for the workplace.
In this episode, Jen reminds us how to be inclusive without offending others, and the meaning of “Belonging.”
In this episode, Jen and Jasmin Darron, a Shaw Law Group attorney expert, chat about “personal” relationships at work, nepotism policies, and how to avoid conflicts of interest.
In this episode, Jen discusses SB 1162. The new law requiring employees with 15 or more employees to include “pay scales” in all job postings.