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New Year, New Employment Laws for 2023
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New Year, New Laws – January 2022 Newsletter
Getting it right. The critical importance of accurate translation in workplace investigations and trainings.
The University of California, Berkeley Labor Center reported in 2019 that, of low-wage workers in California, 53% are Latinx compared to 39% for all workers. Latina women account for 49% of Latinx workers. Of those low-wage workers, it is no surprise that the majority...
Can you Require your employees to have the COVID-19 vaccine before returning to work?
Here’s to a New Year & Better Times!
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November Newsletter: An English Only Policy ¿Por que?
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August Newsletter- Real Change is Inevitable & Some Important Things to Remember from VCWPS
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July Newsletter- VCWP in the News & How to Keep Calm in Times of Calamity
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Sustaining a Diverse Workforce
The Importance of Maintaining a Diverse Workforce During Layoffs
During these times of economic uncertainty, as employers are being faced with unexpected but critically necessary layoffs in order to stay-in business, small and large businesses should take a holistic approach toward downsizing to avoid future litigation...
How language, cultural barriers and immigration status impact investigations
Many claimants and witnesses in workplace investigations are immigrants who do not speak or write English. Employees who are undocumented immigrants lack access to information about their rights. Unfortunately, language and cultural barriers lead to misunderstandings...
What have we learned from from the me too movement.
This Thanksgiving weekend after eating a huge meal, I went upstairs to my bedroom to read She Said, the book by the two New York Times reporters who blew the lid off the Harvey Weinstein sexual harassment scandal and inadvertently started the Me Too movement. I began...