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This is the time of year when many people reflect on the year and revisit personal goals and tasks they planned to accomplish. The same is true with business. Legislative bills signed by the governor this year will take effect in January. There are new laws regarding job protected parental leave, requests for salary information and considering criminal history of job applicants, to name a few. Your internal policies, employee handbooks,

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It has seemingly become the norm to turn on your TV or mobile device and hear about yet another member in the public eye being accused of, or confessing to sexual harassment. Politicians, actors, judges - the list goes on. This heightened awareness is causing employers to take notice.

Employers are requesting increasing guidance on how to have constructive conversations with their employees and how to handle claims of harassment or general

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According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the national unemployment rate dropped to 4.1 percent in October. Job gains occurred in food services and drinking establishments, professional and business services, manufacturing and health care. When the unemployment rate is low, employers often find themselves competing to retain and attract talent.

How can employers improve their overall retention rate? One strategy is to conduct stay

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HR Done Right has been following several employment legislative bills over the last few months that have now been signed by the Governor.

SB 63 - New Parent Leave Act. This bill extends 12 weeks of job-protected parental leave for employees who work for companies with 20 to 49.

AB 168 - Prohibits all employers from seeking salary history information about an applicant for employment and requires an employer to provide the pay scale for a

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As business owners and HR professionals, protecting the assets of the organization is a priority—this includes protecting our human capital. In recent weeks, we’ve witnessed devastating hurricanes, uncontrolled flooding, wildfires and mass shootings. Our technological age gives us 24-hour access to such traumatic events via the news and social media, and many are deeply affected by this. These events may affect job performance and an

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