We looked through our top-performing blog posts for this year to see what resonated most with our readers. While some of the content that appeared in our top ten blog posts for 2021 was still clearly valuable for our website visitors (we have excluded any posts from the 2021 top ten in this coverage), there was plenty of newer content near the top too. Check them out:
#1 – Essential Tips for Meal & Rest Period Compliance for California Employers
Essential Tips for Meal and Rest Period Compliance for California Employers
#2 – The CPRA Grants Novel Data Rights to Employees. Are You Getting Ready?
The CPRA Grants Novel Data Rights to Employees. Are You Getting Ready?
#3 – An Update on EU-US Data Transfers: The New SCCs Have Been Finalized
An Update on EU-US Data Transfers: The New SCCs Have Been Finalized
#4 – 5 Tips To Manage Competitor Confidential Information When Hiring The Ex-Employees of The Competition
5 Tips to Manage Competitor Confidential Information When Hiring the Ex-Employees of Your Competition
#5 – Social Media In The Workplace: Employer Rights & Obligations
Social Media in the Workplace: Employer Rights and Obligations
#6 – 409A Valuations: The What, Why, & How of Getting Them Done
409A Valuations: The What, Why, and How of Getting Them Done
#7 – 5 Tips For Businesses Considering Unpaid Internships
#8 – What’s Happening With Arbitration Clauses in California Employment Contracts?
What’s Happening with Arbitration Clauses in California Employment Contracts?
#9 – 5 Tips to Overcome Sexism in the Workplace
#10 – 5 Tips to Overcome The Challenges of Remote Work
5 Tips to Overcoming The Misconceptions and Challenges of Remote Work
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