December 2022

Want to retain new parents? Focus on the return-to-work phase

While plenty of attention has been given to the need for and length of parental leave, there’s another transitional stage after having or adopting a baby that requires arguably as much focus: the return to work. Often, parents — especially birthing parents — make the decision not to return at all. A February 2020 survey conducted by […]

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Get Ready for Next Year’s Minimum Wage Increases

As 2022 winds down, it’s time to prepare for the minimum wage changes coming in 2023. Beginning January 1, 2023, the minimum wage will be $15.50 for all California employers, regardless of size, unless they are in a location with a higher local minimum wage. Employers should be mindful of the effect of state minimum

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5 Employee Handbook Sections that May Need an Overhaul in 2023

If there’s ever a time to rethink your handbook, it’s now, according to Diverse & Engaged CEO Dee C. Marshall. The timeliness has less to do with the fast-approaching new year — the obvious time to roll out a replacement handbook — and more to do with the wave of change that recently swept the

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