As we’ve noticed during the pandemic, mental health has become a higher priority in the work-life balance. These shifting ideologies… Read more »
Companies use beefed up job titles to convince candidates to apply for jobs
Job-title inflation is the latest method being used to entice an experienced candidate to join their team. This method has… Read more »
Reminder: CalSavers Deadline is June 30, 2022
What is CalSavers? It’s a retirement savings program run by the state for private-sector employees whose employers do not offer… Read more »
Can I Reject an Applicant Based on Their Accent?
Like most things in life, it depends on several other factors; their country of origin being the most important. Josh… Read more »
Gavin Newsom Signs Paid Sick Leave Extension
A State legislature bill, SB 114, goes into effect today, but is retroactive from January 1st, 2022 and applies to… Read more »
COVID-19 Emergency Temporary Standards Overview
Although the US Supreme Court blocked President Joe Biden’s vaccine mandate last week, the COVID-19 Prevention Emergency Temporary Standards are still in effect. The… Read more »
Challenges to Managing Remote Supervisors: 3 Actionable Tips
The sudden shift to remote work presents unique challenges to what was once a predominantly in-person workforce. While many pre-pandemic… Read more »
If You Have 100+ Employees, this COVID Mandate Impacts You.
In early September, President Biden announced a new emergency temporary standard (ETS) requiring private-sector employers with 100 or more employees… Read more »
4 Way to Managing A Successful (and Satisfied) Remote Team
The global pandemic forced nearly 70% of Americans to work from home. The flexibility, autonomy, and work-life balance gained from… Read more »
Employees Want Flexibility in the Workplace.
Some are even demanding workplace flexibility! The pandemic has transformed the way we look at remote work. Many employers are… Read more »