Returning to the Workplace – What You Need to Know

On June 15, 2021, California’s economy is scheduled to fully reopen. This means that most businesses and public places may return to normal operations as there will be no capacity restrictions and no physical distancing requirements. However, California employers must continue to operate in compliance with Cal/OSHA’s COVID-19 Prevention Emergency Temporary Standards (“ETS”), adopted in November 2020.  …

Important Employment Laws Going into Effect On January 1, 2021

SICK LEAVE: KIN CARE FOR EMPLOYEES AB 2017 allows the automatic accrual of six months’ of paid sick leave for employees, and the designation of sick leave to be at the sole discretion of the employee when an employee takes sick leave to attend to the illness of a family member. This bill and section …

SHELTER-IN-PLACE: What Does It Mean For Your Business?

A new virus, Coronavirus 2019/COVID-19 first identified in Wuhan, China in late 2019 has been spreading across the globe and is now in the United States. In the midst of a global disease outbreak, on March 19, 2020, California Governor Newsom issued a shelter-in-place order that will impact businesses throughout the state. But what does …

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