On January 1, the California Privacy Rights Act went into effect, which provides new requirements for how businesses disclose and maintain employees’ data and personal information. If you are an employer with California residents working for you, you’ll want to be here to learn about the policies and procedures that will keep you in compliance and out of court.
Jennifer Shaw is the founder of Shaw Law Group, and a 2019 recipient of the Sacramento Business Journal’s “Women Who Mean Business” award.
A well-respected expert in employment law for more than 25 years, employers regularly rely on Jennifer to counsel them on a broad range of employment law issues. Jennifer’s practical advice covers subjects such as wage-hour compliance, anti-discrimination and harassment policies and procedures, reasonable accommodation/leave of absence issues, and hiring/separation processes. She is a trusted advisor to in-house counsel, HR professionals, and leadership across a broad spectrum of public-sector and private-sector employers.
Jennifer, a member of the Association of Workplace Investigators, has considerable expertise in conducting neutral investigations. Other attorneys and employers frequently engage her to assist with challenging and high-profile matters. Jennifer also teaches HR professionals how to conduct effective internal investigations.
Widely recognized for developing and conducting innovative, effective training for executives, management, and non-supervisory employees, Jennifer uses case studies, audience participation, and storytelling to bring employment law to life. Through private, on-site sessions, open public sessions, and webinars, she trains thousands of people each year. She also trains and coaches senior executives on an individual basis.