A Guide to U.S. Consumer Privacy Laws
A Guide to U.S. Consumer Privacy Laws
Since California first passed its 2018 consumer privacy laws, 20 other states since followed suit. Most states passed a “copy-cat” version of California’s Consumer Privacy Act of 2018. However, a few went rogue, changing the game on enforcement and applicability, and even increasing statutory penalties. For all businesses with an online presence, see below and pay special attention to Vermont, Florida, Maryland, and Washington State as some states are permitting private citizens the right to sue
·legallycyber.com·
A Guide to U.S. Consumer Privacy Laws
The Power of Stories to Connect, Train, and Humanize
The Power of Stories to Connect, Train, and Humanize
Stories have the power to hold us in anticipation, motivate us to learn more, and connect with others on a human level. Rance Greene discovered this by accident when he made the move from directing actors on the stage to directing the creation of compliance training in business.
·linkedin.com·
The Power of Stories to Connect, Train, and Humanize
Why you should rethink return-to-office mandates
Why you should rethink return-to-office mandates
Many employees prefer remote work and are more productive, though it requires some creative leadership. Many employees prefer remote work and are more productive, though it requires some creative leadership.
·fastcompany.com·
Why you should rethink return-to-office mandates
How To Tell If a Job Posting Is a Scam
How To Tell If a Job Posting Is a Scam
Job scams cost $2 billion annually, and the most vulnerable among us are the most likely to be targeted. Here's how to protect yourself.
·thejobhopper.substack.com·
How To Tell If a Job Posting Is a Scam