Bias resides in the 99+% of how we unconsciously process information in any given moment. Most of the time, it serves us very well. Understanding when it doesn’t is key to improving our decisions, relationships and organizations.
In the most recent COVID-19 relief package, the U.S. Congress expanded and made changes to the paycheck protection program. Since the program was initially rolled out last year, the Small Business Administration and Treasury Department have provided additional guidance.
Employment Law 101, Fundamentals for the New Employment Practitioner, Jan 20-21, 2021
Setting boundaries can be particularly difficult for Solo and Small Firm practitioners who are always looking to expand their revenue base. But saying no and creating bright line rules for your practice and improve your work life balance, improve your top and bottom line, and ultimately help you gain more satisfaction from your business.
California’s privacy landscape changed dramatically in 2020. CCPA went into effect, final CCPA regulations were issued after several rounds of changes, voters approved Proposition 24 (the California Privacy Rights Act) which overhauled the CCPA, and the Legislature passed meaningful amendments to the CCPA particularly in the area of health law.
Are you aware of how much we can benefit from the simple act of walking? It has been scientifically proven that walking can reduce anxiety, increase energy levels, and enhance creativity, just to name a few benefits. Learn more about the benefits of walking here.
How you interact in negotiations has a direct and immediate impact on your results. Yet we tend to engage and make these decisions off-the-cuff. Don’t. Instead, take advantage of the experts’ proven research so you will use the most effective strategies and get your best deals.
What’s the first thing you think of when you think of Rolda? If you thought of a quirky 70’s sitcom starring Valerie Harper, you owe it to yourself to come to the CLA Workers’ Compensation Spring Conference.
Many companies have enacted new remote working policies, plans, and procedures, often without much thought given to the protection of trade secrets and proprietary information.