Join us every Wednesday as we discuss recent developments in Employment Law.
In this episode, Jen reminds us what it takes to be a “good” employee, and why employers must effectively address employee behavior issues.
In this episode, Jen discusses how effectively to manage remote workers and when to pull the plug.
In this episode, Jen explores the Industrial Welfare Commission’s Wage Orders and explains why employers must know which one(s) applies to their business.
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.
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.
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.
In this episode, Jen reminds us that female employees still receive inappropriate comments about their appearance, and offer some suggestions to stop this behavior.
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.
In this episode, Jen discusses the National Labor Relations Board’s new decision regarding the legality of confidentiality and non-disparagement provisions.
In this episode, Jen and Trish Higgins, Shaw Law Group’s litigation guru, discuss the recent 9th Circuit decision upholding mandatory arbitration agreements.
In this episode, Jen reminds us of the rules for creating defensible workplace documentation.
In this episode, Jen addresses the complexities of pregnancy leave.
In this episode, Jen and special guest Amii Barnard-Bahn, a lawyer, executive coach, and all around great person, discuss the best approaches for leaders to deliver the news that no one wants to hear.
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.
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