On September 3, 2019, Governor Gavin Newsom signed Senate Bill (SB) 778 to extend the deadline for employers to complete their Sexual Harassment Prevention Training. The deadline has been extended by a full year, from January 1, 2020 to January 1, 2021. The new bill also allows covered employers who have provided anti-harassment training in 2019 to wait two full years before providing refresher training.
The purpose of the bill is to give employers sufficient time to provide these trainings in a manner that values their importance and provides a greater impact towards improving equality in the workplace. A recent professional association survey found that over 80% of Human Resources and Operations Managers are aware of the new training requirements, but had not booked the training for their employees nine months into 2019.
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On September 4, 2019, Jennifer Grady, Esq. was featured on episode 31 “Legally Speaking: Handling Tough Legal Situations” of The AutoVitals Digital ShopTalk Radio, with host Tom Dorsey, to discuss a myriad of legal situations that can arise in a workplace from Sexual Harassment to record-keeping and what new business owners and employers need to know to be successful.
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by Jennifer A. Grady, Esq.
As the global economy continues to change and evolve at a dizzying pace, with more entrepreneurs opening their own businesses, established companies entering new markets, and employees working remotely, the traditional office space model is about as relevant as a dial-up Internet connection. In the aftermath of the Great Recession and with the proliferation of e-commerce, companies can be more nimble and adaptable to market trends because they no longer require brick and mortar store fronts or a fixed location for their employees to be housed under one roof. Virtual Receptionists and Assistants make the need to be tethered to a specific location almost obsolete.
Which type of office suits your needs? Learn more about the Top 5 Workspace Types below. Continue reading