/Human Relations

Wellness at Your Fingertips: Relieving Stress During COVID-19 and Beyond (Guest Blog)

According to experts at the American Institute of Stress, stress costs industries $300 billion annually. And that figure was BEFORE Covid-19 hit us and your workforce was working from home! Now you're in the midst of that major change and trying to keep your business afloat, you’re working on “being in a state of readiness [...]

Wellness at Your Fingertips: Relieving Stress During COVID-19 and Beyond (Guest Blog)2020-04-27T23:31:50+00:00

Crisis Sales Compensation Plan

The Covid Crisis Is Not Just a Healthcare Crisis.It is a serious business crisis as all of you know by now. The masks and gloves won't protect you from losing your most valuable assets (your sales team) during this chaotic time. You need to be proactive in heading that off at the pass with a Crisis Sales Compensation [...]

Crisis Sales Compensation Plan2020-04-21T03:35:47+00:00

Independent Contractor No Longer: The AB5 Revolution (Guest Blog)

I meet with a lot of attorneys in my bay area network, and it became clear from the testimonials and feedback at various business groups that Michelle Ferber is the “go-to” attorney for all employer labor matters. She recently gave a presentation on the latest “progressive” labor law, AB-5, added to the very long [...]

Independent Contractor No Longer: The AB5 Revolution (Guest Blog)2020-03-16T17:47:35+00:00

#1 Challenge in 2020 for Bay Area Employers: Attracting and Retaining Quality Employees

How do you find – and keep – the right people for your team? According to bay area staffing company Nelson Recruiting’s 2020 Advisor & Salary Guide, this is top of mind for most bay area employers, especially with unemployment at record lows of 2.9% to under 2% in some counties. This annual survey was [...]

#1 Challenge in 2020 for Bay Area Employers: Attracting and Retaining Quality Employees2020-02-15T23:05:23+00:00

California Employers Face New Requirements in 2018

The Toughest Labor Market In The US just got tougher in 2018 with a few major changes that impact how employers recruit, and even pay sales and other professional staff. The new law banning employers (or recruiters) from asking applicants about salary history is clearly aimed at the real wage gap between men and women…From [...]

California Employers Face New Requirements in 20182018-04-12T07:22:57+00:00