Share to Twitter Share to Linkedin Job seekers in California will no longer have to take a shot in the dark when asked about their salary expectations. Effective January 1, 2023, employers with fifteen or more employees will soon be required to post the minimum and maximum salary range for any job within the state. The state’s pay transparency law aims to help alleviate sex-based wage disparities by establishing a level field for pay practices. Since 2018 all employers in California have been required to disclose a position’s pay scale to applicants for employment upon request. While that requirement will remain in place, California’s State Bill 1162 amends Labor Code Section 432.3 and requires that employers with fifteen or more employees also include a pay scale in all job postings, including those posted on third-party platforms. A pay scale is a salary or hourly wage range that the employer reasonably expects to pay for the position. California … [Read more...] about Job Seekers In California Afforded Pay Transparency Under New Law
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Maya Bay on Koh พีพีเล in Krabi province has reopened to the public. The iconic bay had been closed to tourists to allow for environmental recovery. … The closure will be an annual occurrence to try to protect the ecology and wildlife living or visiting the iconic bay. Maya Bay exploded in popularity after serving as the picturesque backdrop to the 2000 film “The Beach” starring Leonardo DiCaprio. Millions of tourists flocked to the site doing significant damage to the nature they were coming to see. As much as 50% of Maya Bay’s coral was destroyed by years of unrestricted tourism, ….with as many as 6,000 people visiting the bay every day at the bay’s height of popularity, …prompting its sudden closure in 2018. After nearly 20 years of environmental abuse and damage, the bay remained closed for three and a half years, …in part during the Covid-19 pandemic. Officials for the national park said that the climate during this season … [Read more...] about Thailand News Today | Foreigners anger Chiang Mai locals for kissing in temple
Share to Twitter Share to Linkedin Kevin Markarian is the cofounder of Roopler , an AI-driven lead generation platform built for the real estate industry. Over the past two years, finding outstanding talent has been challenging, especially for startups competing against established companies able to offer large signing bonuses and highly competitive salaries. As of this spring, the job market started to shift, with many companies—including some of the largest players—letting go of hundreds of employees. In real estate, both Compass and Redfin have let go 8% to 10% of their workforces. However, some of the largest cuts have impacted companies that seemed unstoppable just a year ago, including the fitness company Peloton, which has let go more than 20% of its workforce since the beginning of the year. So, how can startups and smaller businesses attract and retain the great talent that is suddenly back on the job market? 1. Let go of … [Read more...] about How And Why To Recruit Recently Laid-Off Talent
Share to Twitter Share to Linkedin Michael McFall is the co-Founder and co-CEO of BIGGBY COFFEE as well as author of the Inc. Original book GRIND. Work has long been a source of stress, anxiety and tension. According to a Mental Health America report , 83% of survey respondents said they felt emotionally drained from work. An employee survey conducted by Deloitte found that 77% of respondents have “experienced employee burnout at their current job,” and the American Psychological Association reports that “burnout and stress are at all-time highs across professions.” It’s easy to understand the causes of this. Consecutive pandemic years, shifting work arrangements and social and political turbulence are exacerbating existing factor like the pressure to be “always on,” longer and less productive work times, unmitigated performance expectations and more. Of course, the causes of stress and burnout are multifaceted, and no single definition … [Read more...] about A Strategic Sabbatical Can Help Your Employees Survive Burnout
Share to Twitter Share to Linkedin It seems like everywhere we look lately, there is something for everyone coming from entrepreneurial ways of Ryan Reynolds . Whether that is him sharing his unexpected journey as the co-owner of Wrexham AFC on the FX documentary series Welcome to Wrexham , the growing reach of his Aviation American Gin brand with its new Portland, Oregon distillery and tasting room or his playful video ads for Mint Mobile , Reynolds continues to find fun ways to entertain through his many passion projects today. As also the co-founder of Maximum Effort over these past four years, one of his newest business priorities includes a multi-year first-look deal with the video streaming giant fuboTV . Ever since launching nearly eight years ago as a soccer streaming service, fuboTV has expanded into a go-to cable alternative with a wide variety of sports content, entertainment content and more. This new partnership deal will bring the … [Read more...] about Ryan Reynolds Discusses His Maximum Effort Collaboration With FuboTV, Responds To ‘Deadpool 3’ Fan Excitement
Share to Twitter Share to Linkedin Ryan Lucia, Founder of Such n Such Media & Aaron Overhead Doors. Ryan is an entrepreneur, speaker, podcast host, and consultant. To attract top talent, business leaders consistently tout their company culture as amazing, forward-thinking and welcoming to all people. And yet, according to a 2022 survey , toxic company culture is the number one reason for the many employees who quit their jobs in 2021 and 2022. Are business leaders so disconnected from the daily operations of their company, or do they genuinely feel their company culture is good even when it’s not? My Experience With Poor Company Culture Before starting my own business, I worked for a company that was eventually acquired. After the acquisition, the new leadership called a companywide meeting and explained that they wanted to prioritize mutual respect and build more meaningful relationships among employees and between employees and … [Read more...] about Every Company Has A Culture; Is Yours Good Or Bad?
Share to Twitter Share to Linkedin Joe Carbone, Founder & CEO of Eastward Partners . The past few years have taught us a lot. The pandemic forced us all to look at the way we operate in our day-to-day lives. Mental health has become a top priority, work-from-home policies are the new normal, a record number of workers quitting started the "great resignation," "quiet quitting" is now a career strategy, and what they all have in common is that they have had a major impact on expectations of both employees and employers. Another major change is that tough conversations that used to happen in person are now often taking place during video meetings. As an employee, confronting your supervisor about a concern or challenge you're facing can either be character-shaping or soul-destroying. But whether you're in a virtual or office setting, it is ultimately up to you on how you handle your career. Below are my tips on how you can prepare to have a … [Read more...] about Eight Tips On Having A Difficult Conversation With Your Boss