Conducting comprehensive and accurate workplace investigations is an integral part of an employer’s duties.  Whether the investigation involves allegations of minor violations of policy or more serious allegations of discrimination or harassment, each instance should be carefully analyzed to ensure all the relevant facts are uncovered so the employer can respond appropriately.  If left unaddressed

In today’s technology-centered workplace, employees and employers have more options than ever before on how to communicate.  Calling, video-conferencing, and even texting amongst co-workers has become the norm.  And with the recent shift towards remote and hybrid work situations, many of these communications are happening from the comfort of employees’ homes.  With the lines between

The past two years have challenged employers’ resilience and adaptability in our rapidly-changing workplaces.  One such change was the explosion of remote work, which swept across workplaces throughout the country and in some cases, landed a permanent position at the hiring table.  As employers adapt to the increasing prevalence of remote work, one important question

The start of the New Year brought with it a new wave of labor and employment legislation that employers should note, including changes to many existing laws. In this blog we’ve summarized a few key new changes that went into effect on January 1, 2022.

1. SB 3: Minimum Wage Increase

The final step increase