My firm has officially announced its new service for helping update California employers about new legal developments and trends: Text Brief (subscribe here).  It is a way to share employment law updates with California employers, CEOs, human resource professionals, in-house counsel, any anyone else who needs to stay informed.  Here are five reasons why you should subscribe to Text Brief:

1. It’s free.

Do I need to say anything else?  By the way, when was the last time you heard a lawyer say this?

2. Valuable and exclusive content.

We plan on sending about one text update per week – covering topics such as new case law, upcoming deadlines facing CA employers, proposed legislation, and other updates.  There will be times when major developments warrant more than one text per week, but we will not overload your phone with irrelevant information.  We aim to provide curated content on major California employment updates each week.  Plus, we will be providing exclusive access to information and updates for Text Brief subscribers.

3. Short texts help you decided if you need to learn more or not.

I hear the objections already – why do I need to have a text message sent to my phone?  Well, if you struggle with having email overload, struggle with finding key emails that you want to refer back to, or plan on reading later and never get to it, Text Brief is the solution.  Plus, our short text descriptions about the topic can allow you to decide to continue learning, or simply wait until next week for a topic that you would like to learn more about.

4. Timely updates.

Have a hard time making time to stay up to date on California employment law developments?  Then subscribe.  We are not guaranteeing that you will understand the entire California Labor Code (if this is even possible), but by subscribing you will take a step towards becoming more informed about major developments.

5. You can unsubscribe at any time.

It is as easy as texting back “Stop” at anytime to unsubscribe.

We hope you will join: subscribe to Text Brief here.