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The NLRB Under the Biden Administration - What’s Changing?

The shift toward a pro-union, pro-employee landscape is inevitable under the new Biden Administration... Read More

Public Employers HR Conference

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Recent News

California Court Denies Request to Stop Temporary Standards – Rules Remain in Place

In a decision handed down on February 25, 2021, the California Superior Court in San Francisco County denied the National Retail Federation’s (NRF) and other businesses’ motion seeking an injunction of enforcement of the CAL/OSHA COVID-19 Emergency Temporary Standard (ETS) which were made effective on November 30, 2020.  The agricultural and retail industry businesses requested... Read more »

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Why Employers Need A Pandemic Plan

It is certainly not an understatement to declare that most, if not all, companies were not prepared for the COVID-19 pandemic. Indeed, a recent global report by Aon discovered that in 2019, most companies considered an economic slowdown, business interruption, or a failure to innovate as among the top ten risks they feared. Pandemic risk... Read more »

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Planning for Minimum Wage Increases

We keep hearing about a $15 minimum wage, and we know many employers are faced with state or local requirements for an increased minimum wage. We thought reviewing this in detail would be helpful. Popular Proposal A recent survey completed by Pew Research found that a significant majority of Americans favor increasing the minimum wage... Read more »

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