Contributed by Lauren Gus, Senior Director of Human Resources at Sterling Talent Solutions
Laws that directly impact a company’s workforce are growing across the country and California has led the way in driving change for workers through new regulations. Last year, California Governor Jerry Brown signed into law a plethora of bills pertaining to labor and employment issues, causing HR managers in California to significantly alter the way they have managed traditional HR processes. Some have required fundamental shifts in workforce behavior unlike anything the industry has seen before.
How can HR departments – particularly those in California, who are paving the way for other states – stay abreast of and comply with these new regulations?
Let’s look at three of the regulations that rocked the industry and explore what HR managers can do to stay compliant and keep their workforce well-informed. Read the article >> here.