Ban The Box 2018

On January 1, 2018, the California Fair Chance Act (AB1008) became law, making it illegal for California employer with five or more employees to include in their application for employment questions that inquire about an applicant’s conviction history. Additionally, the new law prohibits an employer from considering an applicant’s conviction history until after that candidate has received a conditional offer of employment. Employers cannot consider, distribute, or disseminate information linked to arrests, diversions, and convictions. Read entire article here:

DisruptHR San Francisco

DisruptHR San Francisco (CA, USA) will be held on Thursday, May 31, 2018, at Dominico Winery and we’re excited to announce an awesome lineup of speakers for their 3rd DisruptHR event!

Bernadette Jones — Partner, CHRO at Visionova HR Consulting

“Hiring For The Future, Not The Past”

Shelley Winner — Service Advisor at Microsoft

“Breaking Stigma When It Comes To Hiring People With Criminal Histories.”

Eric Burns — Product Design Manager at Uber

“Create Customer-Obsessed People Products”


Ryan Christoi — Managing Partner at KRT Marketing

“The Growth of Gig: Are you Ready?”

Bulbul Gupta — Founding Advisor at Socos Labs

“Augmented Intelligence For The Future Of Workers”

Lorna Borenstein — CEO and Founder of Grokker

“Let Them Eat Cake: The Perils Of Misunderstanding The Millennial Revolution”

Nathan Harris — Co-Founder & CEO of Ease, Inc.

“Your Why Should Define Your Work”

Leela Srinivasan — CMO at SurveyMonkey

“D&I 2018: What Would Our Collective Report Card Say?”

Chris Good — Creative Director at One Workplace

“Agile Work – And Making Data Meaningful”

Hari Abburi — Consulting Partner at The Preparation Company

“Why Simplicity Evades HR”

Victor Assad — CEO/HR Consultant at Victor Assad Strategic HR Consulting

“It Is Time To Face The Truth About Employee Engagement”

Indresh Chauhan — Digital Learning Enabler at Sify Technologies

“Virtual Reality As An Empathic Tool To Discover Unconscious Bias”