November 2023

HR Tips for Work Holiday Parties

Many employers are looking forward to celebrating this holiday season by throwing an in-person company holiday party. As with anything that is work related, employers need to make sure they put together a respectful and safe event in addition to the fun, Roberts says. Saad agrees, pointing out that it’s important to follow appropriate workplace […]

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Scheduling, Stress, On-the-Clock Shopping — Be Prepared This Holiday Season

The November and December holidays are here — and there are several: Thanksgiving, Diwali, Hanukkah, Christmas, Kwanzaa, Epiphany, Bodhi Day, Yule, Zarathosht Diso, Solstice and many more. While employers need to make reasonable accommodations to allow employees to observe religious holidays, the holiday season — regardless of which holiday — can cause scheduling issues, stress

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EEO-1 Reporting Open Now

Halloween festivities may have overshadowed that EEO-1 Component 1 data collection began October 31 — but the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) reminds employers that they have until December 5, 2023, to meet their filing deadline, which is less than one month away! As a reminder, the EEO-1 Component 1 report is a mandatory EEOC annual data collection for

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New Employment Laws Starting in 2024

This year’s legislative session ended with a flurry and, as usual, hundreds of bills were sent to California Governor Newsom’s desk, many of which impact employment law. Now that the dust has settled, the ink is dry and the Governor’s October 14 deadline has passed, here’s a quick look at some of the new labor and employment laws that

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New Employment Laws Starting in 2024

This year’s legislative session ended with a flurry and, as usual, hundreds of bills were sent to California Governor Newsom’s desk, many of which impact employment law. Now that the dust has settled, the ink is dry and the Governor’s October 14 deadline has passed, here’s a quick look at some of the new labor and employment laws that

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USCIS Increases Work Permit Period to 5 Years

The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) announced it has extended the length of work permits from a maximum period of one year to five years for certain immigrants. What Categories does this Extension Apply to? Beginning September 27, 2023, USCIS increased the Form I-766 Employment Authorization Document (EAD) validity period for up to five

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