In partnership with the Vista Chamber of Commerce, SDHR Consulting is presenting the community with an informative HR seminar outlining recent changes to California HR laws in 2021 and 2022 as well as a discussion on the labor market shortage and tips on how to keep your employees engaged. Please join us for this interactive and practical seminar.
Details for the HR Seminar follow:
CA Labor Law Review
Review of 2021 Laws
Many functions related to running an organization shifted and evolved over this past year. Not only did COVID-19 change the way many organizations operated, but various laws were implemented that altered basic structure. As the world around us settles back to a new kind of normal, you may be left wondering if your organization is in compliance with this past year’s regulations. Overview of the hot HR topics and laws from 2021 including CFRA, Harassment Prevention Training, Board of Director Diversity, and more will be discussed.
New Laws for 2022
There is no better time than now to start getting ahead of the new laws for 2022. Join us as we dive into what is in the lineup for 2022 compliance. We’ll discuss a new minimum wage for exempt and nonexempt employees, CalSavers, and more.
This has been a tough year for many employers as employees coped with finding a work-life balance, implications surrounding COVID-19, and pondered whether or not they should go back to the workplace. Remote and hybrid work has been more in demand than ever before, leading many employees to resign and look for more flexible opportunities.
So why do your employees want to resign and what can you do about it? We will discuss the many factors that contribute to the desire to resign including lack of flexibility, burnout, the absence of employees feeling appreciated and fulfilled, and much more. We will help give tips and tactics to improve your organization and provide a workplace that your employees value, including enhancing the relationship between managers-employee relationship, improving your onboarding process, and introducing opportunities for career and skills development. Our goal is to help you leave with tactical strategies and renewed confidence for your organization.
About SDHR Consulting
Founder and CEO, Julie Wootton, started San Diego Human Resources Consulting Inc. in 2004 as a Recruiting firm, but then further expanded to include HR services as her passion grew. Julie holds a Master of Science in Human Resources Management from Chapman University and has 20+ years of human resources management experience. Our variety of top-notch services and a team of over 25 experts cover business across the U.S. from all angles, as we help them navigate their human resources and recruiting needs. Our extensive list of HR services helps businesses achieve compliance through HR audits, training, onboarding, handbooks, compensation, and much more. Additionally, from complete outsourced recruiting to simply sourcing candidates, we offer a wide range of recruiting services that help employers hire the best people for their unique organizations. Not only do we provide exceptional services, but we also dedicate ourselves to our valued three C’s: Clients, Colleagues, and Community. We pride ourselves in giving back to our community through team volunteer efforts and encouraging our team members to volunteer through our paid employee volunteer program.
About Traci Hagan
Traci holds a Bachelor’s in Social Work from Florida State University and a Masters in HR Management from the University of North Florida. With over 32 years of experience in employee relations, conflict resolution, benefits administration, training and development, and workers’ compensation, Traci is a true expert in her field. We couldn’t be more excited that Traci is conducting the HR seminar with the Vista Chamber of Commerce as we are sure her fun, positive, and caring attitude combined with her extensive expertise will inform and resonate with participants.