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  LEAVES OF ABSENCE Bereavement Leave AB 1949 requires employers with 5 or more employees to provide job protected bereavement leave that provides up to 5 days of unpaid time off upon the death of a family member, including a spouse, child, parent, sibling, grandparent, grandchild, domestic partner...

  Have you ever had a nightmare onboarding experience? If you’re like me, you have, and you haven’t forgotten it. It was my first day on the job, there was no warm welcome or onboarding whatsoever, and they didn’t have a desk prepared for me. Instead, I...

You’re constantly reinventing your brand and need to do the same for your workplace. While I was walking my dog yesterday morning, I was listening to a podcast and the guest brought up the topic of reinventing yourself. She talked about how it was never too...

I know you’re probably thinking, here we go again!  That’s right. If you are an employer with 26 or more employees, this applies to you. On March 19, 2021 Governor Newsom signed SB 95 bringing back required supplemental paid sick leave for COVID-19 related absences,...

In a recent case, Donohue v. AMN Services, LLC (“Donohue”), the California Supreme Court reversed an appellate court ruling and made two important rulings about meal periods and timekeeping/rounding practices:  Employers may not round meal periods; and  There is a rebuttable presumption that an employer...

Seven years ago, I decided to quit my job and start my own business. It was exciting and terrifying, sort of like jumping off a cliff into the ocean (which I’ve done by the way, while screaming). I was determined to put my nearly 10...