In this episode, Jen explains why “workers’ compensation leave” doesn’t exist, and how to manage employees who are off for work-related injuries or illnesses.
In this episode, Jen discusses why most employees must be treated as “non-exempt,” and paid (among other things) applicable overtime.
Limited spots for our “Internal Investigation Intensive” are now available!
In this episode, Jen tells the truth about managing employee performance, and offers tools to help leaders get it done.
In this episode, Jen highlights the five things all employers should do to avoid employment law liability.
In this episode, Jen provides tools for leadership to address employees’ fears about potential layoffs and the economy.
Some employers need additional employees to work during the summer, and teenagers on break from school can be a good fit for those needs.
On February 21, 2023, the National Labor Relations Board (“NLRB”) issued a decision affecting all employers who offer separation agreements to outgoing employees – regardless of whether their workforce is unionized.
In this episode, Jen discusses why she started Shaw Law Group and how strategic thinking has made the firm so successful.
In this episode, Jen and fellow Shaw Law Group wage-hour guru Megan Donaghey discuss recent court guidance addressing California’s meal period rules.
My March 7, 2023, blog addresses the National Labor Relations Board’s recent fascination with confidentiality, non-disclosure, and non-disparagement provisions in separation agreements.
In this episode, Jen reminds us that female employees still receive inappropriate comments about their appearance, and offer some suggestions to stop this behavior.
Earlier this month, the California Department of Public Health updated its COVID-19 public health Order and guidance regarding isolation/quarantine and face-covering recommendations. Here is a link.
In this episode, Jen welcomes special guest Anne Fields, a workplace coach who helps leaders drive a positive culture and eliminate friction in the office.