Tag Archives: Workplace Policies

What California Employers Need to Know About Marijuana As both medical and recreational marijuana use becomes more widely accepted throughout the state, California employers need to check to ensure their policies are violating their employees’ rights. The Adult Use of Marijuana Act (Prop 64) was voted into law on November 8, 2016, effectively legalizing recreational marijuana use throughout the entire state. However, the […] continue reading this post


4 Key Workplace Safety Concerns You don’t have to work around heavy machinery or volatile materials in order to be surrounded by workplace safety concerns. Every type of job comes with hazards and employers have to work to alleviate them for the safety of their employees and to be in compliance with the Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s (OSHA) standards. […] continue reading this post


employee handbook mistakes A detailed employee handbook is one essential component of being an employer. Having clear and concise policies in the hands of each and every employee helps keep workers safe and productive, can help resolve disputes before they escalate and can help to protect both the employer and employee from misconception or potential litigation. Conversely, if […] continue reading this post


The prevention of workplace harassment for nonprofit organizations is a popular topic amongst organizations today. The fall-out for nonprofit organizations is greater than for-profit organizations if harassment takes place. Even what may seem like a minor incident can result in a nonprofit organization losing major donor dollars, constituent support and valuable employees, as well as […] continue reading this post


Although nonprofits may be excused from several tax issues that face other for-profit organizations, the issue of classifying workers is similar. Classifying workers is one of the most significant issues that effects nonprofits today. Recently the California Supreme Court upheld their ruling on the case of Dynamex Operations West, Inc. v. The Superior Court of […] continue reading this post